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Odabash Easter!

Here at Odabash HQ we know how tricky it can be finding fun and exciting activities to keep your kids occupied over the Easter holidays.

However, after a bit of delving and discovery, we've found 3 great activities and events which can be enjoyed in the spring sunshine followed by a not-to-be-missed visit to one of our London based Odabash stores!




Wimbledon Village Horse Riding

Located on the outskirts of Wimbledon, just a short journey from our Odabash store in SW3, why not try Wimbledon Village Stables horse riding for kids.

All abilities are welcome with one to one training sessions and workshops that are being run over the Easter Holidays and offer a great opportunity for children to experience a new hobby or sport!




Sensational Butterflies – Natural History Museum

Only a short walk away from our Odabash store in Chelsea, why not visit the Natural History Museum to the tropical butterfly enclosure?

Exhibiting for a limited time only, what better way to enjoy the Easter holidays in spring style by getting up close with a striking array of butterflies.

Both an educational and a unique experience for adults as well as children.




Easter @ Kew Gardens

‘Kew has teamed up with The Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre, and the new Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical, to make 2014 the most chocolatey Easter ever.’

We couldn’t have put it any better ourselves, the thought of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory paired with Easter to create the most extravagant Easter egg hunt ever, even makes us adults want to join in too!

Explore the extravagant gardens, take a guided tour around the ground and make a pit stop for some cake & coffee at the child-friendly café, a visit to Kew Gardens is not to be missed this Spring.


Among the hustle and bustle of Central London there are plenty of hidden attractions and exciting events taking place across the Holidays, make sure your Odabash babies don't miss out this Easter!

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