All ears on us! Easter is here, spring flowers and April sunshine make outdoor egg hunts the perfect photo-op and Vancouver is hopping with activities for the whole family. Taking your kids to an outdoor egg hunt is the perfect opportunity for a priceless photo-op, and you won’t be finding foil wrapped candy in your light fixtures six months from now. With so many events to choose from, this Easter will be eggstra special. Here are our picks for the best places to hunt for eggs in Vancouver this year.
Pile your little eggs into a basket and head out to the Stanley Park Miniature Train. Their Easter-themed train ride is always a hit with the kids, and you’ll want to bring baskets for their well-organized egg hunt. Face painting and Easter-themed crafts round-out this fun-filled day for the kids.
Take your bunnies to the Lonsdale Quay egg hunt—there are hundreds of chocolate eggs hidden all over the market—plus balloon art and face painting to keep the kiddos entertained. The big softie himself, the Easter Bunny, will make a star appearance.
Get crackin’ to Easter in Dundarave which kicks off tomorrow with the start of the Annual Southern Straits Classic Yacht Race, a pancake breakfast and live music, all as a precursor to their massive egg hunt on Saturday.
There’s so much going on this Easter weekend in Vancouver, so for peeps sake get out there and enjoy. Afterall, good things come in small, sugar-filled packages.
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