Celebrate Easter with These Egg Hunts and Festivals in Central Texas

By Product Expert | Posted in Community on Friday, March 9th, 2018 at 10:23 pm
Austin Easter Egg Hunts 2018 with girl holding eggs up to her eyes

Easter represents the beginning of spring, and usually brings with it a plethora of Easter egg hunts, brunches, Easter bunny sightings, and more, and most of them are great for the children in your life. In this blog, we are going to be sharing our top picks for Easter egg hunts and kid-friendly parties around Austin TX 2018. Each of these events offer something special, or is just very cool.

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Easter Egg Hunts and Kid-Friendly Parties around Austin TX 2018

words "Happy Easter" with a bowl of Easter eggs on the right sideFarmer Fred’s Garden Spring Carnival – FREE

This event will be Thursday, March 29 from 6-9 p.m. at the San Marcos Plaza Park south of Austin. Easter egg hunts for different age groups (free!) and bunny pictures ($3) will be available. Check out the whole schedule at the Facebook event.

Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt – $4-5 per child

Held at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, this Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt will start at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 29 with a twilight hunt for ages 0-4 years old, and several other hunts will run later. The night will end with the movie Ferdinand starting a 9:15 p.m. Check out the full schedule, and register, at the online event page. No day-of registrations will be accepted.

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Austin Zoo Easter Egg Hunt – $5 (or FREE for members)

On Saturday, March 31, families can check in at the Austin Zoo to enjoy a great day of egg-hunting fun, and see the animals too! Different age groups will have different hunting times. The Easter Bunny may even be there! You can register online.

Easter Egg Drop Eggstravaganza – FREE

At this free Easter celebration on Saturday, March 24, thousands of eggs (we’re talking 80,000!) will be dropped from a helicopter in a specific zone in different stages for different ages. Egg dropping begins at 11:30 a.m. and music, games, facepainting, and appearances by the Easter Bunny are some of the other attractions at the event. Egg hunt is free, but other things and food may have a small fee. You can learn more and register at the Eventbrite page.

These are some of the most exciting Easter egg hunts and spring events in our area. Do you know of another event that we should check out? Let us know in the comments!