2014 Easter Egg Hunts

Tuesday , 25, March 2014 1 Comment

 

Easter Egg Hunts in the Metro Atlanta Area and the Great Beyond

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There are many opportunities available to you and your family this Easter for some fun egg hunting!

 

Cabbagepatch Kids Babyland General  Cleveland, GA

April 12, all day long event

Easter Eggstravaganza Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, parade, food vendors, arts and crafts, games, an egg hunt, music and prizes. Free admission. $10.00 for breakfast, $5 for “Cupcakes and Carrots.”

 

 

Callanwolde  Atlanta, GA

April 19, 10-12 p.m.

Bring a basket and take part in the giant egg hunt. Thousands of eggs will be hidden on the grounds. Meet the Easter Bunny, play games, pet live bunnies and more! Tickets are $12 for kids ($14 at the door); Adults free.

Egg hunts will be set up for three age groups:

11:15 am – Newborns to Age 3

11:30 am – Ages 4, 5 and 6

11:45 am – Ages 7 and up

In case of rain the event will be cancelled. $5 parking and shuttle buses will be provided at the Emory University Briarcliff Campus, 1256 Briarcliff Road, just one-half mile north of Callanwolde. For more information call 404-872-5338.

 

Callaway Gardens Pine Mountain, GA

April 19, Noon-5 p.m.

Grab your basket and come to Robin Lake Beach! Hunts take place by age group (see below) and the Easter Bunny will be on hand to pose for pictures. There will also be face painting as well as a DJ providing entertainment throughout the event. Egg hunts are free with admission to Callaway Gardens.

1 p.m.                   Toddlers to 3-year-olds

2:p.m.                   Dedicated sections for 4- to 5-year-olds; 6- to 8-year-olds; 9- to 11-year-olds

3 p.m.                   12- to -18-year-olds and Parents/Seniors

 

Fernbank Natural History Museum Atlanta, GA

Dinosaur Egg Hunt free for members and included in admission prices. The fun starts at 9:00 a.m. with an inflatable dragon slide outside and continues inside at 10:00 a.m. with tattoos, Radio Disney, games, and more. Sign up ahead of time to take part in the timed, age appropriate egg hunts. April 23 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

All egg hunts will take place on the Front Lawn. Advance registration required.*

8:30am            Georgia Bubbleman and Radio Disney in the Dinosaur Plaza

9:30am            Ages 2-3 egg hunt

10am               Museum opens to the public, special activities offered in the Great Hall

10:15am          Ages 4-5 egg hunt

11am               Ages 2-3 egg hunt

11:30am          Ages 6-8 egg hunt

12pm               Family Hunt (maximum child age 10)

 

Peanuts East Beagle Express Bryson City, North Carolina

Great Smoky Mountains

April 18 and 19

Passengers will join Snoopy, Lucy, Charlie Brown and our Easter Bunnies for old fashioned Easter fun! Festivities include an on-going Easter egg hunt, crafts, coloring sheets, temporary tattoos, and snacks with Snoopy and more. There will also be plenty of opportunities for pictures, so do not forget your camera! Advance tickets are required, as seating is limited.

Coach Class Adult tickets are $51, $29 for children (ages 2-12) and infants ride complimentary in Coach Class seating.

Upgrade to Crown Class for a refillable souvenir tumbler to enjoy all day! Crown Class Adult tickets are $66, $38 for children (ages 2-12) and $10 for infants.

Family First Class will be available on this special event train! Adult tickets are $94, $54 for children (ages 2-12) and $20 for infants!

 

The Rock Ranch Barnesville, GA

April 12, 11-2p.m.

Free outdoor egg hunt appropriately called The Easter Eggstravaganza, will feature 40,000 plastic prize filled eggs.

Age-specific egg hunts across the ranch will include:

Toddlers under 2 years old, Ages 2 and 3, Ages 4 to 6, Ages 7 to 12, Ages 13 and older.

There is no charge for the Easter Egg Hunt, and participants should bring their own baskets. Baskets and other items will also be sold in the gift shop.

 

Happy Hunting!!!!

 

 

 

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