Galaxy launches multi-sensory adults-only Easter egg hunt

For some eggciting kidult fun

Updated on 18 February 2020 • Written By Maha Khan

Galaxy launches multi-sensory adults-only Easter egg hunt

Chocolate brand Galaxy is hosting a multi-sensory egg hunt for adults in an enchanted garden in London, to celebrate the launch of a new Easter egg.

The Easter egg hunt will be held in a beautiful rose garden (we reckon it will be highly Instagrammable) on Saturday 7 March, and tickets cost £10 – which is pretty good value considering you’ll get a free drink, an egg hunt, and lots of chocolate. There will be several time slots to choose from, but as the event is a one-day affair, you’ll want to move quick if you fancy checking out the enchanted garden and being one of the first to sample the new Galaxy Easter egg range. 

Attendees will be treated to a ‘rose gold elixir’ – an alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink – upon arrival before embarking on the hunt. The stunning pink-themed garden will be filled with treats and clues for guests to find, as well as offering an immersive chocolate experience. The clues are designed to lead to a final prize, which we’re assuming is the brand new Galaxy Enchanted Eggs – a gorgeous rose gold chocolate egg filled with crunchy caramel.

The whole event is designed to delight the senses, and was created in collaboration with Bompas & Parr who were responsible for bringing fun projects to life, such as the Definitely Blue Café – a cool space where guests were immersed in a world of blue food and drink. The studio is well-known for curating multi-sensory events, so expect delicious smells and pretty sights, as well as chocolates galore in the garden.

Galaxy’s mystical garden Easter egg hunt will be held at Grays & Feather, a wine parlour and speakeasy venue in Covent Garden. Grab some pals and embrace your inner child at this immersive Easter egg experience, because the kids can’t have all the fun this time of year.

Not sure what eggs to buy for Easter? Luckily for you we’ve got a handy guide to the best Easter eggs for 2020.