Easter is fast approaching and we’re all looking forward to it for a number of reasons. Four days off work, Easter egg hunts, half term and chocolate, chocolate and chocolate. For some, it’ll be a chance to spend time with loved ones, and for others, it’ll mark the end of Lent. No matter what Easter means to you, we’ve got some eggcellent activities for the long weekend!

Up at the O2

Have you ever wanted to channel your inner Peter Parker and climb a famous landmark? Whether that is the Eiffel Tower, Sydney Bridge or the Shard (Sadly, you do have to use a lift for this one) we have the perfect Easter activity for you in London!

Up at the O2 is a brilliant adventure and let’s not forget a decent leg day for adults. Enjoy a 90-minute climb over the roof of one of the world’s most popular entertainment venues, assisted by an experienced climbing guide who will educate you on the surrounding architecture. It is a must do and make this even more appealing, O2 priority customers get 50% off tickets valid for climbs between 30/04/18 – 15/04/18.

Dinosaurs in the Wild

Dinosaurs in the Wild takes you on the voyage of a lifetime at Greenwich Peninsula, London.

This exhibition and pioneering technology will transport you 67 million years back to see living dinosaurs and be a part of the most interactive and exhilarating adventure. You will have the opportunity of seeing these prehistoric creatures up close in panoramic views, watch babies hatching and witness an autopsy on a giant dinosaur.

This will exceed your expectations and leave wondering what was real and what was not.  

Discovery Day hedgehog heroes: Wednesday 4th April

This free activity is taking place Wednesday 4th April at Hyde Park between 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Your kids will be educated on all there is to learn about hedgehogs as well as how to track these lovable creatures using special radio equipment at the Discovery Centre in Hyde Park!

Use our Marble Arch car park and take full advantage of the activities on hand:

  • Making a clay hedgehog and habitat to take home with you
  • Completing our fun and educational hedgehog nature trail
  • Hedgehog themed arts and crafts

A weekend away in Brighton

Temperatures are rising and the sun is shining (occasionally) it is the UK after all. However, the kids will be off school for 2 weeks during half term, you’ll have 2 Bank Holidays off (if you’re lucky) so why not take the family on a road trip to Brighton. With a variety of rides at Brighton Pier, the most incredible, delicious bonkers cakes at Choccywoccydoodah and The Brighton Zip which runs along the famous Brighton Beach, boasting a 300-metre dual zip wire (the longest on the South Coast).

There’s a lot to consider when going on a road trip. Who’s in charge of the car playlist, which activities to do first, where to eat and lastly where to park. Parking you say? Well, why not park at our newest addition in Brighton – Regency Mews only a 6-minute walk from the beach!