So this weekend is Easter. It’s my birthday too but that’s not what we’re here to talk about. We’re talking about Easter and all the activities you can get out and participate in. I’ve created a list of free and not free Easter egg hunts and other Easter activities all over the St. Louis metro area. Enjoy!
Hazelwood City Easter Eggstravaganza in White Birch Park: This is a Free Easter Egg Hunt on April 7th at 10am. Activities include the hunt, a raffle for one girl’s bicycle and one boy’s bicycle, meet the Easter bunny and a puppet show put on by the Picwacket Children’s Theater. Egg hunt age range is 10 and under.
The Eggnormous Hunt in Dardenne Prairie, MO: This is a Free event on April 7th from 1-3pm. There will be 10,000 eggs, carnival rides, face painting, popcorn and door prizes. Age range is 11 and under.
Adult Easter Egg Hunt in New Town in St. Charles on April 7th. Registration is from 5-6:30pm. The egg hunt starts after sunset. Cost is $10 and you are encouraged to bring a flashlight. Must be 18 or older to participate.
Pet Easter Egg Hunt at Treats Unleashed in Ladue on Saturday, April 7. Cost is $6 per pet. Registration begins at 10am (need proof of vaccinations). Egg/treat hunt begins at 11am.
Easter Egg Hunt at Tilles Park on April 7: Please bring a $5 donation and a care package to help a servenowstl family. First egg hunt begins at 10am for 1-2 yr old children. There will be 5 egg hunts, going up in age brackets. The last hunt begins at 11am. All proceeds from the egg hunt go to The Training Center for Service.
Easter Egg-citement Event at Eckert’s Orchards in Belleville, IL on Saturday, April 7: Cost is $10 per child. There are 5 egg hunts to choose from, from 10am-2pm. No advanced registration required. There will be treats, baby chicks and bunnies and face painting. There will also be an Easter bunny to take photos with ($5) and you can even have breakfast with the Easter bunny (reservations required).
Hopping Easter Egg Hunt in Sugar Creek Park in Des Peres: This is a free event for children 6 and under on Saturday, April 7th at 10am. The Easter bunny will be making a special guest appearance so don’t forget your camera.
Underwater Egg Hunt at the Monsanto YMCA: Dive for eggs in the indoor pool on April 7th at 10am. The event is free for YMCA members and $2 for non-members.
Want to take the kids out for Easter but not into the egg hunting scene? The St. Louis Zoo offers Breakfast with the Bunny on Saturday, April 7th at 9am (reservations required). No egg hunt, just breakfast, treat bags (for the kids), and photos with the Easter bunny. Or you can wander around the zoo and watch the zookeepers provide egg hunt enrichment activities for the animals on Sunday, April 8th from 9am-4pm.Have Fun and Happy Easter from Mills Properties Photo courtesy of 973thedawg