Easter at Kensington Palace


This Easter, if you want to do something a bit different, head to Kensington Palace!

header-kensington-palace-kids-runningFrom 29th March to 1st April the palace will be taken over with special Easter events for you to enjoy. And kids go for free!

If you want to have an adventure then set off on Peter the Wild Boy’s Easter Egg Hunt!

Peter was a boy who ended up living in Kensington Palace after he was discover living wild in the nearby woods, where he walked on all fours and ate grass!

So if you’re going to work out where he’s hidden those Easter eggs, you might need some wild thinking!

To get you in the right mindset, click here to download a Wild Boy mask!

HORRIBLE-HISTORIES-KENSINGTONOr if you fancy something more creative then get involved in the Easter Bonnet competition! You’ll get to make your own Easter bonnet – or bring one at home – and you could even win a prize.

And then can enjoy live performances and storytelling throughout the palace!

Best of all, kids go for free!

Plus, for this Easter from 2nd to 5th April you can enjoy Horrible Histories Live!

Journey through the palace with two horrible guides on a whistle-stop history tour of Barmy Britain!

Click here for more information

To see the full list of family activities taking place over the Easter holidays visit hrp.org.uk