London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Sculpture trails

The Little Egg Hunt Trail London 2024

Little Egg Hunt map

Today we managed to catch the last few days of The Little Egg Trail in London. We love a sculpture trail and this sounded a great way to end the Easter holidays – the kids are not excited about going back to school next week. The trail runs from 18th March to 15th April, and you can follow the simple trail to discover 12 giant eggs around Sloane Square in London.

Spanning the neighbourhood, each and every giant egg has been beautifully designed by a high-profile artist to raise awareness for wildlife conservation charity, The Elephant Family.

The Little Egg Hunt Trail

The trail is free to view and pretty easy to follow. We downloaded the map before we went and, although it was simplified, we did manage to find all the eggs.

We started the trail from Sloane Square tube station and were surprised to find 6 of the eggs were together! This has never happened in any of the other sculpture trails we’ve done before. We ticked off the eggs from our map before we went off to discover the others.

Little Egg Hunt artists include; Philip Colbert, Charlotte Colbert, Anya Hindmarch, Dan Baldwin, James McQueen, Bellerby Globemakers, Natasha Kumar, Lily Lewis, Allegra Hicks, Rebecca Campbell, Rob Ryan and the dynamic duo Rob and Nick Carter.

I really liked the Rob Ryan egg whilst Little Sis liked the egg covered in circles. Sculpture trails are always fun and we liked the theme of this trail. It took us 45 minutes to find them all, and we treated ourselves to a sweet treat on a cafe on the Kings Road to celebrate!

The Little Egg Hunt serves as a prelude to the grand spectacle of the Big Egg Hunt 2025. Over Easter next year, 200 eggs will grace London’s iconic landmarks, showcasing masterful artistry and raising awareness across the cityscape, for the purposes of raising money for Elephant Family’s important conservation work through an auction of the eggs.

You may be interested in these other posts about public art in London:

Scenes in the Square, Leicester Square

Walking with the Snowman, London Bridge City

Leake Street Graffiti Tunnel, York Road, Waterloo

Colourwalk around Notting Hill, London

Elephant trail at Spitalfields Market London

Kings Cross Monster Trail

The Tusk Gorilla Trail Covent Garden


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    April 15, 2024 at 3:44 pm

    This is super cute and such a fun, informative way to raise awareness! I have never heard of this event before so thanks for sharing!!

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    April 15, 2024 at 10:27 pm

    An egg hunt trail sounds like so much fun!! My kiddos would’ve loved to visit one!

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    April 21, 2024 at 1:02 am

    Thanks for sharing about this cute hunt activity, I’m sure all kids will enjoy this egg hunt trail. I’m interested so much as an adult when I’m reading this. Cheers SiennyLovesDrawing

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