Small space living leaving you strapped for where to host this year’s egg hunt? No fear, we’ve got you covered with the best places around Metro Vancouver to go for a fun-filled afternoon of Easter egg hunts and quality family time.
Get tickets online in advance for the 9th Annual Great A-Maze-ing Egg Hunt at VanDusen Gardens. There are three hunt times at 10am, 11am, and 12pm for this sell-out event that includes fun crafts and activities, yummy food and the natural beauty of the 55 acre gardens. For children 1 – 10 years old, tickets pre-purchase only.
The Sea to Sky Gondola Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt features two seating times (reservations required) and an 11:30 hunt time where children will be grouped by age. There will also be Easter arts and crafts, as well as snacks available if not participating in the brunch. The Easter Egg Hunt is free with a valid lift ticket or season pass. Brunch tickets are available online.
Get to know your neighbours! Most Vancouver Community Centers host an Easter Day celebration, like the Trout Lake Community Center Easter Bunny Party Saturday, April 8th and Stat Holiday Sunday, April 17th events. Close to the Vancouver East Side communities, pre-register online for these family-centric activity days.
April 13th – 17th, the Stanley Park Train features an all-out Easter Fair complete with mini golf, face painting, egg hunting, and a meet-and-greet with the Easter Bunny himself! Get your tickets online in advance here. Central to most Vancouver neighbourhoods, this classic event is all ages.
The historic Gulf of Georgia Cannery in Steveston is offering special Easter weekend admission prices April 14th – 16th. This indoor, family-friendly event features Easter crafts, games, interactive story-time and The Great Salmon “Egg” Hunt every 30 minutes from 10:30 – 4:30pm for kids ages 2 – 12 years old.
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