Sign up to our Free Easter holiday activities for all the family: 6th – 16th April
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Sign up for two weeks of FREE nature-themed interactive activities that will have you and the family enjoying the spring air.
Week 1: Tuesday 6th - Friday 9th April
Brilliant Bird Nests
Learn about different bird nests while building a nest of your own.
Charlie the Chicken
Join this makaton story time where you will meet curious Charlie, the chicken.
Easter Egg Trees
Craft-along whilst meeting the Kensington Garden chickens.
Join this story time as friendly invertebrates explore the parks habitats in search for a place to lay their eggs.
Invertebrate Egg Hunt
Hunt for eggs in The LookOut’s wildlife garden in Hyde Park.
Bee-fly Egg Golf
Challenge your family and friends to this simple but fun game of bee-fly golf.
Taking place along the North Flower Walk in Kensington Gardens, this short self-led trail is suitable for little legs. Discover marvellous minibeasts, sculptures and habitats along the way.
Live interactive pond dipping session discovering what lies beneath the surface of the water.
Make your very own frogspawn from tapioca and food colouring.
Container Pond Planting Guide
Create a container pond, and find out which plants to choose for sunny and shaded locations.
A gentle amble of 35 minutes around the Long Water in Kensington Gardens. Explore the role invertebrates play in the ecosystems of the Royal Parks as pollinators, recyclers, pest controllers and food for park wildlife, and discover one of the UK's rarest invertebrates, the spangled water beetle.
Feeding Birds Game
Learn about birds and the food they eat in this fun match game.
Be a Bird-Brain
Live craft and play-along where you will make a bird hide, drum like a woodpecker and act as roving reporters for "News of the Bird".
Spring Birds in Regents Park
Learn about the parks' feathered visitors returning from around the world to enjoy the milder British weather and raise their young.
Buzz through The Regent's Park and immerse yourself in the world of invertebrates along this 45 minute, path-based trail. The Regent's Park has a wide range of wildlife habitats for you to explore, from reedbeds to bee banks.
Week 2: Monday 12th - Friday 16th April
Butterfly Spotter Sheet
Find and identify spring butterflies that are in the Royal Parks.
Spring Wildlife in the Royal Parks
Explore the Royal Parks' spring wildlife and find out how they all rely on one another.
Live craft-along where you will make your own dragonfly puppet.
Visit grassland, woodland and freshwater habitats on this Hyde Park trail and look out for our invertebrate sculptures, that have been carved from fallen trees. This is our longest trail, taking around 1hr 10mins to complete.
Explore 40 acres of woodland garden at its most spectacular as it’s famous azaleas, rhododendrons and camellias bloom.
Cherry Blossom Painting
Live paint-along where you will learn more about cherry trees and create your own cherry blossom tree finger painting.
Musical storytelling about the invertebrates and flowers of the Royal Parks.
A 40 minute self-led stroll through one of London's best-loved green spaces, St James's Park. Discover our pollinator habitats, green roof and wildlife refuges and discover some of our water-dwelling animals too.
Gardening for All
On this month’s podcast, we talk with expert gardeners to answer your more unusual gardening queries and help you bring the beauty of spring closer to home.
How-to guide on creating self-watering and hanging pots, plastic-free flower containers, watering can and a garden meadow out of a balcony wall.
Gardening in Small Spaces
Step by step guide on the basics of starting your own mini allotment perfectly suited for a balcony or small space.
Live log rolling session at Hyde Park, where you will meet the minibeasts hiding in this marvellous microhabitat.
A Search for a New Home
Join this makaton story time where you'll meet Belinda the badger, Sam the squirrel and Olive the owl.
Music for Trees
The next time you’re in The Regent’s Park, explore its incredible nature as you listen to original music composed for individual trees.
This is a leisurely 40 minute self-led stroll around The Green Park. Discover the meadow, scrub, and tree habitats, and meet some of the invertebrates who live there.
Celebrate with our montage of the most egg-cellent and popular easter games and activities from the last two weeks.
Activities to enjoy at your leisure >
Support the Parks
We believe access to open green space is more important than ever, especially in cities like ours. It costs tens of millions of pounds every year to care for these beautiful and historic parks, and the impact of Covid has hit the charity hard as we face a significant drop in income.
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