Some of Londons biggest attractions are pulling out the stops this Easter:
|Join in the Easter Bunny’s tea party at the EDF Energy London Eye 8th April – 25th April 2011.
This Easter, the Easter Bunny has been hopping around making sure his garden looks just perfect for his annual Easter tea party. His guests always look forward to the affair and have very high expectations. The problem is with all the excitement, the Easter Bunny has forgotten where he has put his favourite tea cups! His guests will be arriving soon and he really needs your help.
We would like our guests to help the Easter Bunny find his missing tea cups in time for his Easter tea party. There are eight missing tea cups to find in the London Eye landscape. Visitors can pick up an activity pack from the ticket office to help them find all eight tea cups.
|The Phantom Flower Girls makes a “Ghost” appearance at the London Dungeon this Easter 9th April – 24th April 2011
Forget fluffy chicks and bouncy bunnies the London Dungeon is saying it with flowers this Easter. Be prepared for some scary Spring time fun and a close encounter of the haunting kind as The Phantom Flower Girl makes a “ghost” appearance.
Inspired by real ghostly sightings at the top attraction, The Phantom Flower Girl is lost in the dungeon’s dark corridors desperately searching for her family. Can you tell her where to find her mummy as she hunts in vain in a floral wasteland strewn with dead stems, petals and garlands?
Also NEW for Easter – an extended version of the popular Jack The Ripper experience that will be guaranteed to leave you quivering! And don’t forget there’s a whole dungeon full of fun with 14 twisted experiences from close shaves with Sweeney Todd to a public execution by order of Bloody Mary Tudor and two great rides. The London Dungeon is open seven days a week.
|Eastern Fijian fun at the Sea Life London Aquarium 9th April – 25th April 2011
The SEA LIFE London Aquarium is celebrating a major new conservation project by opening a city centre window into the South Pacific Ocean this Easter.
In partnership with marine conservation organisation, South Pacific Projects, and local island communities, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium will be sponsoring a special Marine Protected Area in Fiji to ensure long-term protection of the threatened coral reefs, giant clams and tropical fish found there.
This Easter guests are invited to view a mirror image of some of the colourful corals and beautiful marine life that will be protected via this new conservation project in a Fijian themed display at the top London attraction. Families can get involved in the Fijian festivities over the Easter holidays with colourful face painting, an Easter trail, competitions and South Pacific themed talks.