9 Easter Egg Hunts in Chicago Your Kids Will Eggstremely Love

Note: These events have been canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Please check out our virtual events calendar for family fun things to do safely at home.

 

Egg hunting season is here, and since Easter falls on April 12 this year, we have an egg-stremely long list of egg hunts for you. Don’t walk, hop to these family-friendly Easter events! Read some of our picks below for fun Easter egg hunts in Chicago and find the most updated list on our calendar.

 

Chicago Park District’s Egg Hunts

 

When: Various dates

 

Where: Various locations

 

Cost: Prices vary

 

We’re lucky that so many city neighborhood parks join in on the Easter egg hunt fun. Scattered across the city, some egg hunts include Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt (Rosedale Park), Bunny Bonanza (Welles Park), Pool Egg Hunt (Sheridan Park) and Eggstravaganza (Palmer Park). Find the full list at ChicagoParkDistrict.com.

 

Easter Party

 

When: April 4

 

Where: Little Beans Cafe, 1809 W. Webster, Chicago

 

Cost: $35 per child (includes 2 adults)

 

Enjoy a fun Easter celebration filled with spring fun. The Easter Bunny will be there for photos. Also, guests can enjoy an Easter egg hunt, pizza, music and fun. Ticket includes a digital bunny photo that will be emailed.

 

Egg-Cellent Easter Adventure

 

When: April 4 & 11

 

Where: Rainforest Cafe – Chicago 605 N. Clark Street, Chicago

 

Cost: $15 kids, $25 adults

 

Join Cha! Cha! and the Easter Bunny for a special buffet filled with a brand new breakfast buffet menu and a family-friendly Easter egg hunt, Easter basket raffle, as well as complimentary goodie bags filled with additional treats and prizes for the kids.

 

Easter Egg-Stravaganza at Lincoln Park Zoo

 

When: April 11

 

Where: Lincoln Park Zoo, 2200 N. Cannon Drive, Chicago

 

Cost: $20 ages 1 and older

 

Enjoy an Easter weekend celebration including photos with the Easter Bunny, multiple egg hunt waves for different age groups, musical entertainment, crafts, animal viewing, complimentary rides on the AT&T Endangered Species Carousel and more.

 

Bunny Rock 5K & Egg Hunt

 

When: April 11

 

Where: Montrose Harbor, 601 W Montrose Ave, Chicago

 

Cost: $35-$60; $10-$20 egg hunt

 

Run while jamming out to 80s rock music and receive a pair of bunny ears, sunglasses, and a bunny rock t-shirt to wear on your run. Fun family activities like a petting zoo and an egg hunt take place after the race for kids 2-10. Egg hunt participants receive ears, sunglasses and a basket for their eggs.

 

Bubble Egg Hunt

 

When: April 11

 

Where: Bubbles Academy 2184 N. Elston, Chicago

 

Cost: $30 per child includes two adults; $10 additional children over 6 months

 

Enjoy open play, a spring craft station, live music and an egg hunt adventure. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

Prairie District Neighborhood Alliance Easter Egg Hunt

 

When: April 11

 

Where: Women’s Park and Garden 1801 S. Indiana, Chicago

 

Cost: $15 ages 1-12, $7 ages 13-adults; preregistration required

 

Kids search for more than 15,000 brightly colored toy and candy-filled plastic eggs and will be able to win prizes.  Other activities include an animal petting zoo, soccer demonstrations, piñatas and a visit with the Easter Bunny.

 

Kids Club Egg Hunt

 

When: April 11

 

Where: Pinstripes Chicago, 435 E. Illinois St., Chicago

 

Cost: $20

 

Join in for an egg hunt around the venue. Kids have a chance to search for colorful eggs and receive special prizes.

 

Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt

 

When: April 12

 

Where: Millennium Knickerbocker Chicago, 163 East Walton Place, Chicago

 

Cost: $40-$72

 

Enjoy brunch at the historic Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel with an egg hunt, face painting and crafts table.

 


 

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This story originally appeared on ChicagoParent.com on March 12, 2019. It has been updated with the most recent information.

 

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