Things to do in London during Easter!

Don’t know how to spend the first bank holiday weekend of the year? As there is plenty of things to do in London during Easter, we decided to pick our favourite activities and events and share them with you!

Easter Light Show

Featuring live period music through the ages and pop-up bars, the night at Hampton Court Palace will end in a spectacular light and sound show with fireworks!

Entry: £ 20
Train: Hampton Court
Day/Time: April 3 – April 5 / 6.30pm

London Dungeon


Looking for a twisted Easter this year? Visit the London Dungeon and experience Death By Chocolate, where guests will be tempted to try the colourful confectionary of the Victorian Sweetie Shop. Think twice about eating those sweets – it is said that there are some unusual ingredients!

The experience is included in the price of admission.

Entry: £ 25.95
Tube: Waterloo
Day/Time: March 28 – April 12 / 11am – 7pm

The Lock Tavern Festival


Spend your Easter weekend in one of Camden’s finest nightspots, watching some really great bands. There will be live music, electronic acts, DJs, a food market and loads of fun provided by The House of Hot Breath.

Entry: Free
Tube: Camden Town / Chalk Farm
Day/Time: April 2 – April 5 / from 3pm

The Passion of Jesus


Huge crowds are expected at Trafalgar Square to watch colunteers from in and around London perform ‘The Passion of Jesus’. Big screens will ensure nobody misses anything and if you can’t make it to Trafalgar Square, the performance is being filmed and will be available on YouTube. The performance takes 90 minutes.

Entry: Free
Tube: Charing Cross
Day/Time: April 3 / 12pm & 15.15pm–map.html

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