Fun for all the family this Easter

Peter Rabbit costumed performer in airportIf you’re flying away with your family over the Easter break, the fun begins at Heathrow. Kids can join in one of our craft sessions and make an Easter card or decorate a cookie – and they might even meet some familiar characters. Read on to see what’s in store.

All events take place in the departure lounge (after security).

Peter Rabbit

The much-loved Beatrix Potter character will be roaming the terminals, so don’t miss your chance to meet him. Peter Rabbit will be handing out Easter eggs and bunny ears to help put a spring in your kids’ steps. Don’t be shy – he’d love to pose for a selfie, too.

Dates and times

  • Friday 23rd March: Terminal 5, 10:00–16:00
  • Saturday 24th March: Terminal 4, 14:00–20:00
  • Sunday 25th March: Terminal 3, 09:00–15:00
  • Monday 26th March: Terminal 2, 09:00–17:00

Mr. Men and Little Miss

Mr Adventure and Little Miss Explorer (character cosumes)Mr. Adventure and Little Miss Explorer love Easter and they’ll be wearing their bunny ears to celebrate. Best of all, they’ll be handing out bunny ears and chocolate eggs so be sure to bring your little explorers over to say hello.

Dates and times

  • Thursday 22nd March: Mr. Adventure, Terminal 3, 09:00–15:00
  • Saturday 24th March: Little Miss Explorer, Terminal 2, 09:00–15:00
  • Tuesday 27th March: Little Miss Explorer, Terminal 4, 14:00–20:00
  • Thursday 29th March: Mr. Adventure, Terminal 5, 09:00–15:00
  • Good Friday, 30th March: Little Miss Explorer, Terminal 4, 14:00–20:00

Craft workshops

Easter egg workshop in progressIt’s time for your children to get creative and have some fun. You even end up with an Easter present to take away!

Easter basket-making

Children can decorate an Easter basket with fun stickers and gems, then fill it with coloured paper straw and foil-wrapped eggs.

  • Sunday 25th March: Terminal 5, 10:00–16:00
  • Saturday 31st March: Terminal 5, 08:00–14:00

Rabbit cookies

Fun on a plate – decorate a tasty Easter-themed treat in the shape of a bunny.

  • Friday 23rd March: Terminal 3, 08:00–14:00
  • Easter Sunday, 1st April: Terminal 5, 08:00–14:00

Egg decorating

Kids can get busy on a chocolate egg with icing, sprinkles and decorations, then finish it all off with a presentation gift box.

  • Thursday 22nd March: Terminal 2, 12:00–18:00
  • Wednesday 28th March: Terminal 3, 09:00–15:00

Mobile craft trolley

The entertainment comes to you! Our mobile craft helper will be roaming the departure lounge with a trolley-load of creative fun.

  • Thursday 22nd March: Terminal 4, 14:00–20:00
  • Friday 23rd March: Terminal 2, 08:00–14:00
  • Saturday 24th March: Terminal 3, 08:00–14:00
  • Sunday 25th March: Terminal 4, 08:00–14:00
  • Thursday 29th March: Terminal 2, 08:00–14:00
  • Good Friday, 30th March: Terminal 5, 08:00–14:00
  • Saturday 31st March: Terminal 4, 14:00–20:00
  • Easter Sunday, 1st April: Terminal 3, 08:00–14:00

Even more to enjoy

Building a Lego birthday card for Terminal 5

Easter card-making

Head to the information desk (in the departure lounge) and create a personalised Easter card for your loved one. Available from 06:00–21:00.

Lego fun

If you’re travelling through Terminal 5, kids can get busy building at our special Lego table in departures. You can also check out the Terminal 5 10th anniversary Lego creation, built by passengers back on 14th March. Open until 21:00, near Boots and Travelex (Gate Level). Daily until 8th April.

Kids Eat Free

Our ever-popular school holiday offer runs at participating airport restaurants from 22nd March to 15th April (terms apply). More details at heathrow.com/kidseatfree.

Easter bunny cuddle corner

Due to feedback and suggestions received about our Easter cuddle corner activity, we have decided that the events will no longer go ahead and we will be making a donation to an animal charity.

2 thoughts to “Fun for all the family this Easter”

  1. I was excited to read about all the activities for kids as I’m travelling on my own with two 6 year olds on Friday but everything finishes at 1, 2 or 4 p.m. Our flight leaves Terminal 5 after 8 pm so we will not be at Heathrow before 5. After travelling all the way from South Devon, it’s quite disappointing to learn that there is nothing going on for those with kids on evening flights… 🙁

    1. Hi Hanna – thanks for getting in touch.

      We’re sorry to hear you’ll miss out on some of the events, but there’s still the Lego activity station to enjoy (until 9pm). We also have a children’s play area in the departure lounge, and there are colouring sheets and stickers available at play areas and information desks. We hope that’s some help to your 6-year-olds, and wish you a pleasant journey on Friday!

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