Whether you plan to Egg hunt, visit exhibitions or party all weekend, London has plenty to offer – as always! 

Read on for our roundup of the city’s top free attractions, best events and things to do this weekend!

1. Bunnies on the Run at the London Eye

Photo Credit: www.londontown.com

Photo Credit: www.londontown.com

Help Edwin the Easter bunny to find his lost bunnies and get a chocolate reward.  For adults there is a  Chocolat Tasting Experience which includes a guided chocolate and truffle tasting adventure from Hotel Chocolat. If you’re not a huge chocolat fan, you can indulge in Afternoon Tea Experience that comes with a stunning views of London, including a glass of Pommery Brut Royal Champagne.

Oh and don’t forget, you can save up to 40% by getting a combination ticket to visit some of the London’s top attractions this Easter and make the most of this great city!

For more info: www.londoneye.com

2. Drop in Church

Get Spiritual and attend Easter Service at one of the famous landmark worship places of the city: St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey or  St Martin in the Fields are open all day on Easter Sunday providing a great traditional celebration.

3. Go on an Easter Egg hunt

What’s more fun than a family day out egghunting? There are several events going on in London this weekend. Pick one and join the fun!

Kensington palace Easter Trail

Cutty Sark Easter Egg Hunt

4. Celebrate Shakespeare 450th birthday

In celebration of William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday The Globe is inviting you to join a free family open day, packed with fun activities, performances and special ticket offers.

Date: Monday, 21st April 

For details, visit: www.shakespearesglobe.com 

5. ‘Pop up’ on Berwick St for Record Store Day

Photo Credit: @berwickstlondon

Celebrate the Soho Spirit at Berwick Street on Saturday, 19th April. Museum of Soho will be showcasing videos from the 1967 Marquee Club archive, including Geno Washington, The Ram Jam Band, Cliff Bennett And The Rebel Rousers, The Smoke, Jimi Hendrix and The Who.
Showings will start at 1.15pm, 3.15 pm and 5.15pm and last approximately 40 minutes.

For details, visit: www.berwickstreetlondon.co.uk


6. Culture-vulture or a fashionista?

London is a paradise for  those passionate about learning and exploring. Whether you are a culture vulture or a fashion blogger, you’ll find a plenty to take in from one these exhibitions below.

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at Tate Modern

Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America at Saatchi Gallery

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk at Barbican

The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014 at V&A

7. Party at ‘The Lock Tavern Festival

Photo Credit: The Lock Tavern

4 day full of exciting live music and great Djs – all for free. Sounds good? Then check out ‘The Lock Tavern Festival’  17th – 20th April.

The parties will take part throughout the pub, with other floors and the garden hosting pop up food stalls, outside bars, as well as a photography and art exhibitions. Entrance on a first come, first served basis.

For details, visit: www.lock-tavern.com