Spring is officially here and with it comes Easter! This year the holiday falls at the end of April, leaving more chances for sunny skies during egg hunts and Easter bunny visits. Hundreds of egg hunts take place all over the city, and you’re guaranteed to have at least one in your neighborhood. Most egg hunts fall on Saturday, April 20th leaving Easter morning for church services and Easter bunny baskets at home.
Don’t forget to bring your bags or baskets for your little ones to use while hunting. Some egg hunts limit children’s ages check your desired location to see if your kids fit within the guidelines.
Local community centers and parks offer Hundreds of Easter egg hunts look here for an extensive list of events in your neighborhood. The most important thing is to get there early. Egg hunts don’t last long and sometimes are over within minutes. Give your family plenty of time to avoid sad little hunters missing out on the fun.
Woodland Park Zoo Bunny Bounce April 20, from 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. the zoo will be open for children to hunt Easter eggs for free with admission. Egg hunts will take place all day long with different hunts for younger and older children. Quests are for ages 1-3, 3-5, and 6-8 next to the North Meadow. The zoo animals aren’t left out; they’ll have special treats given to them in Easter baskets throughout the day. Check the schedule to find out when your favorite animal will chow down on a special Easter snack.
Montlake Community Center April 20, at 10:00 a.m. come out for a traditional Easter egg hunt with thousands of colored plastic eggs littering the church grounds.
Kelsey Creek Farm Park April 13, from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. This event is only for children ages 5-7. They’ll have the opportunity to find real eggs in the chicken coop, compare duck, goose, and chicken eggs, and participate in an Easter egg hunt. A small petting zoo will be open. Pre-registration and a fee of $25 for Washington residents are required, $30 for non-residents.
Kids Quest Children’s Museum April 14, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Children will hunt for eggs hidden throughout the exhibits while enjoying the museum. Easter themed games, and Art projects will be available. Pre-register to secure your space. It’ll cost $8 for museum members, $13 for non-members when pre-registering.
Redmond Town Center The Spring Eggstravaganza April 20, from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coordinators of this massive event are expecting over 2,000 kids! The first 2,000 will receive a scavenger card and a prize bag at the end. Art tables, sports games, bouncy houses, trampolines, balloons, and face paint are only a few of the activities planned for the loads of children who attend.
Inglewood Presbyterian Church, The Great Finn Hill Egg Hunt April 20, starting at 11:00 a.m. This egg hunt takes place in a church and is open to everyone in the community. They encourage people to come early to the event for children to decorate a bag for their treasures. Easter egg hunts are separated by ages, toddler, pre-k and elementary. Feel free to bring food for a food drive the church will be hosting.
Seattle Revival Center in Newcastle on April 20, at 11:00 a.m. Pre-registration is required, this big event will have separate hunts for toddlers, 3-5-year old’s and 1st – 5th graders. Stay after the hunt to play games and jump in bouncy houses. Kids will be given free hotdogs for lunch.
The Pebble Preschool Easter Egg Hunt and Potluck Brunch on April 20, at 10:00 a.m. This fun event is a great way to meet new people. Reserve your place ahead of time, bring a dish, and stick around for a delicious brunch with new friends.
Off Beat Easter:
Duvall Doggie Egg Hunt
Homeward Pet Adoption Center Easter B’egg Hunt on April 20, from 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Register your dogs to join in on a doggie egg hunt. Dogs will run free while sniffing out treat-filled Easter eggs throughout the grounds. It’s a free event, and donations will be accepted for pets in the Adoption Center.
Seattle Adult Bar Hopping
BunnyCon Easter Bunny Bar Hop 2019 April 20 & 21, from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. Join up with a few hundred friends dressed like chicks and rabbits hopping from bar to bar all day long in downtown Seattle at this marathon event. Tickets start at $5 for early registration and get more expensive the longer you wait to sign up.
There are endless options to take your little ones this Easter rain or shine. Be sure to get out and create memories; these photo opportunities only come around once a year.