2019 Guide to Easter Egg Hunts Around Atlanta
We are working hard to bring you this year’s updates for the following festivals. Check back soon for the 2020 information.
Here comes Peter Cottontail…and that means Easter egg hunts around Atlanta! Bring your baskets and participate in one of the many Easter egg hunts and eggstravaganzas this spring. Here are some ideas for Easter games and ways to fill an Easter basket.
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Use dyes from plants and learn about them while decorating eggs. April 13, 19, 20.
Celebrate Easter by taking photos with the Easter Bunny and enjoying crafts for kids and an old-fashioned Easter egg hunt. April 13-21.
Search for eggs hidden through the farm, play games, meet the Easter Bunny and make crafts. April 18.
Bring your own basket to historic Smith Plantation’s 16th annual hunt. Prizes, gifts and photos with the Easter Bunny. April 19.
Bring your own basket for an egg hunt, face-painting, cake walk, crafts, puppet show and more. April 20.
Visit with the Easter Bunny and hunt for eggs in downtown Norcross. Bring your own basket. April 20.
This annual hunt includes inflatables, petting zoo, door prizes and pictures with the Easter Bunny. April 20.
Bring your own basket for an egg hunt, cookies, visit from the Easter Bunny and more. April 20.
This wheelchair-accessible and sensory-friendly event is ideal for kids with special needs. Bring a basket and enjoy in a safe and inclusive environment. April 20.
Food, games, activities and egg hunts for everyone as a helicopter drops thousands of eggs onto the football field. Free photos with the Easter Bunny. April 20.
Hunt for eggs filled with candy and toys and bring your furry friend for the pet parade. Egg hunts separated by age group. April 20.
Hunt for eggs by age group, enjoy games, crafts and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny. April 20.
Peter Cottontail is leaving lots of eggs and prizes hidden on the nature trails. Bring your basket and be ready for age-appropriate hunts. April 20.
Thousands of candy-filled eggs to find, music, dancing, food, face painting, games and prizes, and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny. April 20.
More than 25,000 eggs will be spread across thelawn. Afterward, enjoy sample restaurant food and play in the kid’s zone. Groups are divided by age. April 20.
Enjoy breakfast with the Easter Bunny, crafts and games at Ben Robertson Community Center in Kennesaw. April 20.
Hunt for eggs underwater, visit with the Easter Bunny, and make crafts. April 20.
Hunt for eggs underwater, visit with the Easter Bunny, eat breakfast and participate in activities. Bring your swimsuit, basket and towel. April 20
Participate in arts and crafts, live farm animals, Easter storytelling and egg hunt. April 20
Simultaneous, non-denominational Easter services at the top of Stone Mountain Park and on Memorial Lawn. April 21.
Trains will depart from Grand Junction and travel toward East Chattanooga where passengers will games, goody bags, coloring pages and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny. April 6, 7, 13, 14, 19 and 20.
Arrive early for a hot dog supper, fantastic egg games, train rides and the petting coral. Bring your basket and flashlight for age-appropriate candy-egg hunt. April 12.
Features over 40,000 prize-filled eggs. April 13.
Meet Snoopy, Lucy, Charlie Brown and the Easter Bunny aboard the train. During a 90-minute train stop, take part in an egg hunt, crafts, enjoy snacks with Snoopy and more. April 19-20.
Bring your own basket and hunt for candy-filled eggs at the Lake Brantley recreation area for your little ones to hunt. The Easter bunny will be on site for photos. April 20.
Hop back for these hunts in 2020:
Visit the Easter Bunny, do a bunny hop, crafts and more. March 29.
First Lady Marty Kemp hosts the egg hunt at the Governor’s Mansion. April 6.
Over 50,000 eggs filled with toys, candy and prizes. Hunts are separated by age group. Ages 10 and younger. April 12.
Egg hunt by ages with candy and prizes, inflatables; visit with the Easter Bunny afterward for pictures. April 12.
Age-specific egg hunts, pony rides, petting zoo, inflatables and more. April 13.
Age-specific egg hunts, carnival, pony rides, petting zoo, inflatables and more. April 13.
Kids ten and younger can hunt for eggs by age groups and enjoy face painting, moonwalk and photos with the Easter Bunny. Bring your own basket. April 13.
Enjoy a morning of games, activities, egg hunting, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. April 13.
Age-appropriate egg hunts, inflatables and the Easter Bunny. April 13.
Egg hunts by ages and for children with special needs; also, petting zoo, moonwalks, carnival games, face painting, food and more. April 13.
Pancake breakfast with all the trimmings will be served, visit with the Easter bunny and enjoy children’s activities. April 13.
Join in for an evening full of egg hunts, food, children’s activities, games and more. April 13.
Inflatables, carnival games, candy-filled eggs, “bunny hop” and “Peter Rabbit” movie at the Smyrna Community Center. April 13.
Live music, an appearance by the Easter Bunny and crafts. April 13.
25,000 eggs, inflatables, games, food and prizes. Hunts held every 30 minutes across five age groups. April 13.
Experience the thrill of night time egg-hunting, enjoy games and themed crafts at Rhodea Jordan Park Soccer Fields in Lawrenceville. Bring your basket and flashlight. April 13.
Bring your basket to collect hundreds of eggs. Hunts are separated by age group. April 13.
Join the Easter Bunny in age-appropriate hunts for eggs at the First Baptist Church in Downtown Decatur. April 13.
Enjoy a traditional egg hunt, petting zoo, face-painting, balloon animals, prizes, picnic lunch and more. April 14.
Bring your own basket for an egg hunt, crafts and more. April 14.
Live music, age-divided egg hunts, a petting zoo, train rides, face painting, free Easter Bunny pictures, crafts and more at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Peachtree Corners. April 14.