Easter is just around the corner and we at Chatterblock have heard straight from the Easter Bunny about some real fun activities for the whole family this Easter. From carnival games and bouncy castles to huge egg-hunting fun, the Easter Bunny, and more.
Top Kid-Friendly Easter Events in Seattle
Photos With the Easter Bunny
The Easter Bunny is hopping over to Westfield Southcenter and you don’t want to miss him. Get your photo taken with the Easter Bunny in the Children’s Wing near Gymboree Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
March 20th-April 4th, 10am- 9pm (Mon-Saturday) and 11am- 7pm (Sundays)
Southcenter Mall, Seattle
Spring Egg Hunts at the Museum
Hop on down to the Seattle Children’s Museum for lots of Easter fun! For two days, 4,000 plastic eggs will be hiding amongst the Museum’s exhibits just waiting to be found! At the end of each egg hunt, children will turn in their eggs (as many or few as they want) for special prize bags. Make sure you reserve ahead of time. Cost varies, but includes all day admission to the Museum afterwards. Click here for more
April 3-4, 8:30am- 10am
Seattle Children's Museum, Seattle
Bunny Bounce and Easter Baskets for the Animals
Hop, skip and jump to Woodland Park Zoo for the 14th annual Bunny Bounce, featuring amazing egg hunts for children ages 1-8, crafts, bunny encounters, and eggs-citing zoo programs throughout the day. Space may be limited. Each egg hunt is open on a first-come, first-served basis. Also, gorillas, penguins, grizzlies and more nibble on specially made Easter baskets lined with flowers, berries and other favorite treats.
The event is free with regular zoo admission.
April 4, 9:30am- 3pm
Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle
Egg Hunts at Mercerdale Park
Kiddos (ages 1 to 6) can look for eggs, candy and prizes starting at 5 pm at the Lil' Ones Egg Hunt, and visit with the Easter Bunny. Plus, find a golden egg for an “eggstra” special surprise. A separate egg hunt will be geared to the under 3 set. Don’t forget to bring your Easter basket or bag—this is a BYOB event!
For older kids (7-10) there's a Flashlight Egg Hunt at 8:30pm sharp for only $5. Bring your flashlight and an Easter basket for to haul off your loot. There will be lots of eggs, candy and prizes for everyone. Plus, find the golden egg during this egg-stravaganza and win an “eggstra” special surprise! No parents on the field and no registration required.
April 4, 5pm- 6pm for ages 1-6, and 8:30pm- 9:30pm for the bigger kids
Mercerdale Park, Mercer Island
Hop on over with your Easter basket for some festive family fun at this Easter Eggstravaganza! Enjoy an egg hunt, sparkly egg decorating, a cuddly bunny petting zoo, bouncy house, bean bag toss, giant Jenga, photo booth, special retail offers, lively kid activities, and goodie bags. Sponsored by Spirit 105.3.
April 4, 12pm- 4pm
Redmond Town Center, Redmond
Sunrise Village Easter Egg Hunt
Drop by for some egg hunting, fluffy bunnies, tasty treats, photos with the Easter Bunny, face painting, and tons of free family fun! There will be an ongoing Easter Egg Hunt for ages 6 and under, as well as a Scavenger Hunt for ages 7-12, make sure you arrive by 4:30 to join in on the hunt. There will be a limit on the number of eggs each little hunter finds so that no one goes home with an empty basket! Click here for more info.
April 4, 2pm- 5pm
Meridian Sunrise Village, Puyallup
Newport Easter Eggz-travaganza
This hour long event will include a great performance by Blake Caldwell. Through a combination of illusions, comedy, audience interaction and “balloonimations” (yeah, he made that up), kids parents can listen to Blake’s message. There will also be cookie decorating and, of course, an egg hunt. For children in 5th grade and under, pre-registration is not required.
April 4, 9:30am- 10:30 am
Newport Covenant Church, Bellevue
Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt
One of the longest-running egg hunts in Kirkland will be held at Peter Kirk Park on Easter Sunday. The 40th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Kirkland Kiwanis, begins at 1:30 p.m. and will consist of approximately 15,000 chocolate eggs! Different areas will be designated for specific age groups: playground area for ages 1-4, outfield of the baseball field for ages 5-7, and west side of QFC for ages 8-12.
April 5, 1:30pm
Peter Kirk Park, Kirkland