Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt

Easter family fun at Hampton Court Palace

Easter family fun at Hampton Court Palace


  • Start date: 26 March 2018
  • End date: 15 April 2018

Ticketing information

Included in palace admission Buy tickets online

Take the family back in time and join the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt around the home and gardens of Henry VIII.

Once you’ve found all the Lindt Gold Bunny figures, pick up your delicious Lindt chocolate treat.

Enjoy family activities and let your child's imagination run wild in the Magic Garden.

Family Activities

Do a Digital Mission
Go on a digital adventure around the palace and become a secret spy at the Tudor court. Download the free Time Explorers App before your visit. 

The Magic Garden and the Maze
Let the kids run wild in the Magic Garden and get truly lost in the maze. It takes 20 minutes on average to find the middle, how long will it take you?

Plus more chocolate fun

Friday 30 March to Sunday 15 April
Discover the story of royal chocolate with lots of hands on activities.

Meet Princess Caroline
11:30, 12:30, 14:00 and 15:00 (duration 20 mins)
Queen’s Guard Chamber
Find out what her favourite sweet treat is and how it’s made.

Royal Chocolate tasting
11:00 – 16:00
Base Court Lunchroom
Concoct your own Georgian style chocolate drink to your taste.

Decorate your own Chocolate Cup
11:00 – 16:00
Decorate your own ceramic chocolate cup to enjoy your favourite drink at home.

Explore what's on

Come face to face with mysterious mythical beasts, storm the battlements and discover the secret grotto in the Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace.

The Magic Garden is closed - re-opening 30 March 2018

Families Highlights

Shh! You are invited on a special the app and explore the stories at Hampton Court Palace.

Open daily


Lose yourself in the Hampton Court Maze - the most famous maze in the world. Commissioned around 1700 by William III, it is still baffling visitors today.

Open daily

Highlights Things to see Families

Browse more history and stories

Tudor Kitchens:  The Taste Of The Fire book

Tudor kitchens: The taste of the fire

An illustrated book, written by palace curators and food archaeologists, explores eating at court and the Tudor diet.


Delightful wooden plant sticks with decorative Pugin design, featuring traditional herbs: rosemary, thyme, dill, basil, parsley and sage.

Wooden herb plant sticks

Traditional wooden plant sticks with a Gothic Revival design, featuring herbs grown in the Hampton Court Palace kitchen gardens.