Easter Egg Hunts and Other Events in St. Louis
Spending Easter in St. Louis this April? Here’s information on the top Easter egg hunts and other Easter events in St. Louis for the whole family to enjoy.
Everyone loves a food treat, and the Saint Louis Zoo animals are no exception! On April 20 visitors can watch while the Zoo’s animals hunt for eggs and enjoy special Easter treats. Visitors who buy a Safari Pass, animal adoption or membership on Easter Sunday will also receive a bag of candy. For a schedule of Eggstravaganza at the different animal exhibits click here.
Purina Farms Springtime Village 2014
Celebrate Spring at Purina Farms with face painting, petting arena, and photos with Peter Cottontail. On Saturdays and Sundays during Springtime Village children 12 and under can choose one egg from the wagon in the Visitors Lobby for a change at the “golden” egg valued at $100!
The Magic House Egg Roll
The Magic House is on a roll – an egg roll! In the great tradition of the White House, The Magic House is inviting children 12 and under to roll up their sleeves and participate in an “egg-citing” race using large spoons to roll their eggs across the finish line. Other activities include egg decorating, making “Medals of Eggsellence,” a special story time and even an opportunity to meet a very special guest – The Easter Bunny! Cost: Free with museum admission.
Easter Concours d’Elegance Car Show
An Easter Parade of Corvettes, Mustangs and Packards. The 52nd annual Easter Concours d’Elegance is a festive celebration of a large variety of street rods, classica cars, street machines, mini trucks and other autos on display. You can catch this annual car show in Forest Park at The Muny upper parking lot.=
Kids’ Bunny Run
This Saturday, kids ages 4-12 can complete 4 silly themed challenges at stations along the “bunny” trail and will be awarded prizes. At the completion of the Bunny Run, a complimentary breakfast item and a beverage will be served. For more information and to register, visit www.hopsrunstl.com
Looking for Easter Brunch ideas? Click here for a guide to Easter Brunch in St. Louis.