2021 Guide to Easter Egg Hunts Around Atlanta
Here comes Peter Cottontail…and that means Easter egg hunts around Atlanta! Bring your basket and participate in one of the many Easter egg hunts and eggs-travaganzas this spring. Here are some ideas for Easter games and ways to fill an Easter basket.
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Meet the Easter Bunny, explore the kid’s zone, make and take crafts and more before going on an egg hunt using a flashlight. March 20.
Take photos and visit with the Easter Bunny. March 25-28 and April 1-3.
Participate in this community egg hunt with separate times for specific age groups. March 26.
Learn more about plants that can create powerful dyes and decorate eggs. March 26 and April 2.
Take photos with the Easter Bunny, grab a to-go breakfast, and take home an Egg Hunt Home Kit. March 27.
Drive-thru Easter activities for kids. March 27.
Experiment with dyeing eggs with glitter, tie-dye and more, along with snacks and a storytime. March 27.
Participate in games and relays, enjoy refreshments, make crafts and more. March 27.
Participate in egg hunts for ages 3 and younger, while children ages 4-12 take part in the underwater egg hunts, and take photos with the Easter Bunny. March 27.
Meet storybook character scavenger hunt leaders before collecting easter egg clues to find the Easter Bunny. March 27 and April 3.
Go on the hunt for treat eggs. March 30.
Take photos with the Easter Bunny, spend time exploring the gardens, play games, make crafts and more. April 3.
Find the hidden eggs along the nature trails. April 3.
Three different egg hunts separated by age groups. Play in the kid’s zone, and sample food from more than 25 restaurants. April 3.
This special round-trip train ride travels along the Nantahala Gorge River and ends with Easter-themed activities and an egg hunt. April 2-3.
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