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Easter in the City

Staying in London this Easter? If so you’ll find the full seasonal experience in the Square Mile – whether you’re hunting eggs, treating yourself to some holiday shopping or reflecting on spiritual meanings, the City has everything you need.

Bring the family along for a grand day out with eggscellent egg hunts for kids at the Bank of England Museum, bunny-themed fun at the Museum of London and great exhibitions, days out and experiences at top attractions like Tower Bridge and the Barbican. The Shaun in the City arts trail is great fun for all the family. Start with Mr Shaun at Broadgate then see how many more you can find across the Square Mile.  

Shopaholics should head to Spitalfields Market – just a stone’s throw from Broadgate and One New Change near St Paul’s Cathedral – both set to be open over the Easter weekend. Chocoholics - don’t forget to grab your luxury Easter eggs from Broadgate’s Charbonnel and Walker

If you’re looking for the true seasonal message of Easter, there’s no better place to do so than the City. Stunning Wren churches, medieval places of worship and St Paul’s Cathedral offer a spine-tingling atmosphere unlike any other: head to a special Easter service or one of the seasonal performances for a unique celebration.

For more information about what’s on this Easter, visit the Visit the City website.

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