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What's on this Easter in London?

We love Spring at Fraser & Co:) So great to have the days longer and brighter. The streets of London are becoming vibrant and colourful, filled with the sweet scent of blossoming magnolia trees on every other corner and patches of bright yellow daffodils popping up everywhere in parks. 

Although the last two weeks were nothing short of wintery breeze, snow and temperature dropping close to zero... according to the latest weather forecast: we are expected to have a "mini-heatwave" for the Easter weekend. Yayy:)

That sounds promising:) So if you are staying in London for the Easter weekend, check out our marketing team's top picks on what to do.
There are plenty of exciting activities to choose from; there is something to suit everyone:

If you are looking for the ultimate afternoon-tea experience in London, one of the most iconic places you can have it is Harrods. They have been serving afternoon-time for their guests since 1896 in a spectacular Art-Deco setting.

As the weather is expected to be warm, you might want to consider some outdoor entertainment with your friends/family. Have you ever tried GoBoat? A couple of hours (up to 3 hours) self-drive boat experience on the canals of London: Little Venice, Camden Lock, Regent's Canal. It is really good fun:)

If Easter, then, of course, chocolate eggs and lots and lots of sweets:) If you are on the hunt for extraordinary Easter eggs, go to Fortnum in Mason, you won't be disappointed. They undoubtedly have the best chocolates, confectionery and hampers in town. An unmissable treat at the Easter dinner table for every generation.

If you have young children and looking for a real hunt: take them to The Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Hampton Court Palace:) 

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Harrods Afternoon Tea
Go Boat
Fortnum & Mason
Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Hampton Court Palace

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