- In Britain most children are given chocolate eggs for Easter. They may also take part in an egg hunt to find the small eggs that the Easter bunny has hidden in the garden. They collect these eggs in their Easter baskets.
- As Easter is a Christian Festival, many of the British traditions surrrounding it are religious in origin. Easter eggs are commonly seen as a symbol of new life.
- Hot cross buns (sweet bread rolls cointaing raisins) are traditionally made an eaten at this time of year.