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Easter excitement is coming! Hop along this April to enjoy our Bunny Hop and Seek Trail, and get creative designing your own Easter Egg packaging.

Look out for our favourite famous bunnies, including Peter Rabbit, Bugs Bunny, Thumper and more. As you head into our Time Tunnel prepare to meet childhood favourites from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Noddy, to the Minions and Elsa and Anna. Our trail will guide your family on a packaging-packed journey through the history of our most loved brands, before arriving at the present day ready to get creative designing your own Easter Egg packaging.

An inventive make and take, this is a hands-on activity designed to get kids thinking outside the Easter Egg box as they explore the design process that goes into the packaging for our favourite seasonal treats.

Just in case all of the creative packaging and friendly faces in our Time Tunnel aren’t enough inspiration for your little designers, we are also unveiling our seasonal display of Easter packaging. Curated by consumer historian Robert Opie, this display showcases the wonders of Easter Egg packaging, old and new, sparking fond memories for all the family and sure to get the creative juices flowing.


Museum of Brands

Museum Of Brands, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London, W11 1QT

020 7243 9610


Opening times

Temporarily closed

Closed on Notting Hill Carnival Weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

We have ensured that the museum is safe for our visitors to return to!

We have introduced timed tickets as well as a one-way system throughout. We have temporarily decided not to reopen our cafe, but please enjoy our garden as well as our picnic area. There are hand sanitiser stations throughout the museum which we encourage you to use.

We ask our visitors to wear face coverings in all parts of the museum.

Regular cleaning with sanitiser on high touchpoints will be conducted every 30 minutes.

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