Houston Easter Egg Hunts and Activities

     

    Houston Easter ActivitiesWith Easter, right around the corner, we know it can be a big job to research out the fun places to take the kids for some traditional Easter Activities.  Below you will find a myriad of things to do with the family for the Easter weekend.  Please note a few activities require reservations, so plan ahead.  We hope you enjoy.

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    West side fun!<<<

    Easter Egg-travaganza and Egg Hunt

    Blessington Farms {Simonton} | April 8th – April 9th & April 14th – April 15th
    Have fun with the grand Easter egg hunt, barrel trains, hay rides, pedal cars, animal encounters, and lots of photo opportunities!

    Bass Pro Shops Easter Activities

    {Pearland  & Katy Mills} | April 8th -16th
    Note:: Egg hunt is April 15th ONLY. Check website for times and specifics.
    Free pictures with the Easter bunny, egg hunts, and arts and crafts. What more could your kiddo want?

    Memorial City Easter EGGstravaganza

    The Square at Memorial City {Memorial City} | Saturday, April 15th, 2 – 4 pm
    Face painting, balloon art, tasty treats, arts and crafts, roaming characters, and egg hunts! The egg hunt is free, but you must register to participate.

     

    >>> Southwest side fun!<<<

    An Old-Fashioned Easter and Historic Lunch

    George Ranch Historical Park {Richmond} | Saturday, April 15th, 9 am
    Note: Old-fashioned egg hunts at 11 am, 1 pm, and 3 pm.
    A fun-filled day with an Easter egg hunt, game of picking eggs, Victorian egg decorating, and Victorian Easter brunch {reservations required}.

    Sugar Land Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt

    Eldridge Park {Sugar Land} | Saturday, April 8th, 12 – 3pm
    Participate in the egg scramble {by age group}, Texas-sized foam pit, petting zoo, carnival games, hay bale maze, and pictures with the Easter Bunny.

    Big Bunny Party

    First Colony Church of Christ {Sugar Land} | Saturday, April 15th, 11 am – 1 pm
    Special needs families can enter at 10 am, and then the event opens to the public at 11 am. Tickets are free online, but $5 at the event. There is a 15K egg drop, pictures with the Easter Bunny, a petting zoo, carnival games, bounce houses, face painting, and food.  

    Please Note: Information courtesy of Cityblogmoms.com,  Kidsoutandabout.com, and Houstononthecheap.com. While they do crosscheck current links and event details on their guides, please do the same before making final plans.   Also brought to you by the Kristen Robertson from First American Title who turned us on to this great info to share with you all.

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