Easter egg
an artificial chocolate egg or decorated hard-boiled egg given at Easter.

And a warm welcome to the mums and dads who have just joined us - this is the right place to find recommendations for your kids. 

The country finally hit double digits in degrees Celsius, only to be threatened with more Siberian chills blowing in... Wrap up warm, winter ain't over yet. 

Here is the 2nd part of our Easter selection, just for you and your family (you can see the 1st one here, along with other helpful newsletters). 

We try to inspire our offspring to be creative in their downtime. Want to know how? Join us in switching off the TV, hiding their tablets and coming to the event, below.

Over the next next two weeks we'll be selecting music recommendations and books. Share yours! You could earn yourself points, and when you have 100 you will receive an Amazon voucher. To spend on Easter eggs?

Stay toasty!

V&A Museum

This "favorite museum" for one dad and his family is currently exhibiting Ocean Liners: Speed and Style and to celebrate they are offering free digital, interactive and creative holiday workshops relating to travel. Until then, check out these.

Tower of London

A visit to England's greatest medieval fortress is recommended by a mum of 2. Defend the tower in one of the half hour historical re-enactments. Daily until April 15, free with entry ticket here). On April 21, the tower will mark the Queen's birthday with a gun salute.  

Crockford Farm

A fruit and veg PYO farm, garden centre and play area, nestled within the M25 (west). "We saw a super production in the woods at Halloween, but get there early, it soon got busy. And try the ice cream," says this mum. Easter activities include crafts and a trail for ages 3-8. Info here.

Matilda The Musical

"The dancing and singing was fantastic," says a mum of 2. We heartily concur, we've been singing the songs for years. Cheap seats areavailable from just £20, not bad for the West End. Easter treats don't get much better.

Go Ape

"I'm the king of the swingers oh, the jungle VIP." One Kinfo parent says: "Higher than I expected, great for adults and kids." All that oxygen, all that adventure, all that... fun! Different levels available. Find one in a wood near you. 

Monument to the Great Fire of London

"We had so much fun climbing the 311 steps and the views are amazing," we're told. The view takes in the river and St Paul's, also designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Kids learning about the Great Fire will love scaling the 1666 tower. 

Duck Tour

"We saw the sights, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Hall, Westminster Abbey, then the land vehicle became a boat, and into the Thames we went..." says a dad. To find out more, log onto your Kinfo app.


The Army Museum

If spiders, snakes and critters are your kids' ideal companions, buy a ticket to Zoolab's animal encounters, then join a jungle survival workshop. "A lovely modern space. The kids loved seeing the soldier memorabilia." A new Special Forcesexhibition starts tomorrow. 

The Chocolate Museum

Well it is Easter, so let's end by spilling the cocoa beans... about these chocolate-making workshops in Brixton that gets the "thumbs up" from a dad of 1. Yum.


Follow the link above for info on tickets and the speakers. and what a 10-year-old child really prefers to do instead of playing Mindcraft. (yes, it is possible!), Find out why a 5-year-old can't stop looking at the iPad, how to limit leisure screen watching
Want to get your kids back living IRL* – then grab Early Bird tickets to our next event! The last one received lots of positive feedback; we'd like to thank you too for being a great audience.


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