Follow the Easter Egg Trail at Fulham Palace

Take the family friendly challenge and win a special prize

Spring at Fulham Palace

March 18, 2024

Head for Fulham Palace this Easter to join the trail and hunt for eggs hidden throughout the Palace and its gardens.

With a letter on each hidden egg, children are challenged to find all the letters to unscramble the answer to a riddle. When they bring their completed trail to the museum front desk they will receive a special prize.

The Easter egg trail is self-guided and takes approximately 45 minutes to complete, and is suitable for everyone aged five or upwards (or three upwards with adult help).

The Palace says that Easter eggs can be found both inside the Palace and outside in the Palace grounds, which means that portions of the trail include walking across grass, gravel and cobbled paths.

Trails can be purchased, priced £3, at the museum front desk every day until April 5 between 10.30am and 3pm, with no pre-booking required.

There is also a free Family Fun Day this Sunday, 24 March, offering the chance to explore the lives of the families who lived at the Palace over the last 500 years and how they made the Palace their home.

Children will be able to get hands on with the Palace’s toy collection, dress up as a member of the Victorian Tait family, make their own miniature palace and much more at this immersive fun day for all ages.

This event will run 11am till 3pm on Sunday and though booking is not required, it is recommended. Book tickets here.

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