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Egg-cellent Family Events in London This Easter!

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There are many events taking place across London this Easter. So why not hop on to our X90 coach service and explore what London has to offer? Day return tickets on the X90 are priced at just £17 and up to 2 kids travel free with each full fare paying passenger Sunday to Friday!
Easter on the London Eye

18th to 21st April 2014

Edwin the Easter bunny and his friends will be taking over the London Eye to provide families with some choctastic entertainment. Those riding the London Eye will also get to meet circus performers. A river cruise with decadent lunch is available for an extra charge.

River Cruise from £38
The London Eye from £12.30

On the X90: Take the X90 to Victoria and then travel on the District or Circle Line to Westminster. Alternatively you can avoid the hustle and bustle beneath Big Ben and travel to Embankment.
The Feast of St. George in Trafalgar Square

19th April 2014

This free event is held annually in recognition of St. George and will host live music, food stalls and activities for the kids. There is also an outdoor games area, where you can try some traditional garden games!

On the X90: Take the X90 to Baker Street and then travel south on the Bakerloo Line to Charing Cross.
Egg-stinct: Fossilised Eggs From Prehistoric Times at the Natural History Museum

18th April 2014 from 12:30 – 13:00 and 14:30 – 15:00

Head to the Natural History Museum’s ‘Attenborough Studio’ for a unique opportunity to study prehistoric eggs from ancient dinosaurs and giant birds. If you’re planning on visiting the rest of the Museum, we recommend the excellent NHM Parents’ survival guide.

On the X90: Take the X90 to Victoria and then travel on the District or Circle Line to South Kensington.
The Kensington Palace Easter Egg Hunt

18th – 21st April 2014

If the sun is shining why not take a stroll through the beautiful gardens at Kensington Palace?

From 18th – 21st April 2014, an Easter Egg Hunt is included in the entry price with live performances and storytelling taking place over the weekend.

Adult tickets are £15.40 (when booked online) and children under 16 get in for free.

On the X90: Take the X90 to Marble Arch and then travel on the Central Line to Queensway.


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