Easter Egg Hunt at Hampton Court Palace

Address:
Hampton Court Palace, London
Tel:
0203 166 6000

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
6th to 22nd April 2019
10 AM to 6 PM (Mon-Sun, Apr-Oct); 10 AM to 4.30 PM (Mon-Sun, Nov-Mar); Last entry 1 hour before closing, but 45 mins for the maze
Tickets & Cost:
Included in the cost of admission. See hrp.org.uk

Getting to Hampton Court Palace

Trains:
Hampton Court
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It's not easy getting your kids interested in Tudor history... but it's a lot easier when there's chocolate involved!

Hampton Court Palace will be laying on Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt around the grounds. Your kids will be given a trail map when they enter and they'll have to follow the clues to find the gold bunny statues hidden around the palace and gardens... helping them to discover some of Hampton Court's famous characters along the way.

If they manage to solve all the challenges then they'll win a delicious Lindt Gold Bunny chocolate as a reward!

Note: This hunt is designed for children aged 3-12 years old.

 

> Talk about this event

> Craig’s review of Hampton Court Palace – “If you grew up within ten miles of Hampton Court Palace then this place was your educational day out. This is how they'd teach you some British history. They'd cram fifty kids into a big bus and then make you troop around the grounds for two hours counting up the Tudor chimneys (because every single chimney is different, you see -- and if you came here ten thousand ti… continued”

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