Stuck for ideas of what to do over the Easter weekend?

With four days off, you want to celebrate Easter in style.

As there is a mixed weather forecast, here is our list of ten fun things to do in and outdoors so you can enjoy west London whatever the weather.

1. Go Trampolining in Acton

Go trampolining!

A trampoline park in Acton will be hosting Easter-themed activities for the little ones this half term.

Oxygen Freejumping at Vision Industrial parked launched its Easter timetable, which runs from Saturday April 1 to Monday April 17.

Activities include an Easter egg hunt, a disco and dodgeball battles.

Manager Chris Welch said: “This Easter we have packed the park with so many activities you’d be mad to miss out."

2. Easter egg hunts

Children at Busy Bees nursery in Chiswick enjoy Easter activities including egg hunt

On the hunt for places to go for a chocolate treat this Easter?

The National Trust has teamed up with Cadbury to offer families across west London the ultimate Easter experience, with their egg hunts.

Children can adventure through woodlands, heathland and along nature trails in the quest to win a chocolate prize.

Find out one near you here.

3. Bottomless brunch at The Jam Tree

The Jam Tree
The Jam Tree

Relish in a decadent lazy morning at The Jam Tree with a bottomless brunch.

On Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 3pm foodies can enjoy the classics such as Eggs Florentine with buttered spinach and avocado and poached eggs.

For an additional £17.50, guests can enjoy unlimited prosecco to accompany their breakfast.

Address: 541 King's Rd, Chelsea , London SW6 2EB.

4. Head to a theme park

Derren Brown's Ghost Train ride for Thorpe Park

We're lucky to have some of the best parks in the country on our doorstep, including Thorpe Park, Legoland, Chessington World of Adventures and Paultons Park.

Packed with rides, attractions, arcades, places to eat or drink and animals, they are a popular treat for all ages.

To help you plan your day out, we've put together some handy information on making the most of your visit, take a look here .

5. Ealing Broadway virtual egg hunt, Ealing

When will your child break up for the Easter holidays?

Saturday 15 April, 9am-7pm

Ealing Broadway launched a new virtual reality egg hunt for families in Ealing to enjoy this Easter.

Families will be able to hunt a variety of virtual eggs hidden around the centre.

The free Gnomee’s Egg Hunt game takes shoppers on a quest around the centre to find golden eggs stolen by a group of gnomes, which must all be collected in order to complete the hunt.

Broadway, Ealing W13 0SY- 020 8567 3453.

6. Kensington Gardens

See the amazing surroundings and attractions, including the Peter Pan statue, Albert Memorial and more.

Filled with lovely flowers and plants, Kensington Gardens is a great place to visit for a picnic over the Easter break.

Address: Kensington Gardens, Kensington , W2 2UH.

7. Afternoon tea at K West Hotel and Spa

Take your mum for a lovely afternoon tea

Why not indulge in a sumptuous Glam Rock Afternoon Tea?

Especially for Easter, K West’s popular music-inspired afternoon tea will feature some additions including quail scotch eggs, rainbow macaroons, white chocolate and brioche half-egg filled with custard, a chocolate nest and candy floss.

Options available include:

  • Festive Afternoon Tea £24.50 per person.
  • Festive Prosecco Afternoon Tea £31.50 per person.
  • Festive Rock N' Cocktails Tea £36.50 per person.

Address: Richmond Way, Shepherd's Bush , W14 0AX.

9. Easter giant duck hunt at London Wetland Centre

Visit the London Wetland Centre

The London Wetland Centre has lost some of its ducklings and needs your help to find them.

Find all of the ducklings and win a prize.

Also on offer are Easter arts and crafts to make your very own seasonal gifts.

Easter hunt costs £1 plus admission to the centre.

WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes , SW13 9WT.

10. Jurassic Kingdom, Osterley Park

More than 30 life-sized dinosaurs are on the rampage at Osterley Park.

The outdoor dinosaur exhibition, called Jurassic Kingdom features a Diplodocus, whose head pokes 16 metres above the ground amongst the tree canopy as Triceratops escort their young through the bushes beneath.

Jurassic Kingdom tour: Ticket information and prices as event comes to Hounslow

Designed by Weli Creative - Jurassic Kingdom will be open throughout the Easter weekend.

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Tickets are now on sale for the London tour, with prices ranging from £11.50 online to £15 for adults on the door.

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