With a fun range of Easter egg-tivities, singing birds, and springtime flowers, you can’t beat WWT London Wetland Centre as the best place to be during the Easter holidays. From ducks to dragonflies, egg laying is a vital part of many animal’s life cycles as they scramble to create the next generation. In our Easter egg hunt you’ll discover the nesting and spawning secrets of wetland wildlife as you follow our springtime trail. Crack the clues and you’ll be rewarded with a prize. And why shell out your entire nest egg for a Fabergé ornament when you can hatch your own design? Get creative with our egg painting team and take home your own personalised Easter ornament. For fledgling egg-gineers, there’s our “Scrap Cheep Challenge”! Can you create a vehicle from recycled materials to safely transport an egg or chick?
Venue Details & Map
Queen Elizabeth's Walk
- +44 (0)20 8409 4400
- Public transport:
- Ample free parking. Hammersmith tube: 283 bus comes into the Centre (10 minutes). Buses 33, 72, and 209 stop at Queen Elizabeth's Walk. Barnes and Barnes Bridge stations are a 15 minute walk.
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