Looking for family fun this Easter? Here are some of the best ways to enjoy the holiday weekend with exciting egg hunts and more throughout Las Vegas.
#1. Princess Lee Foundation 2nd Annual Egg Hunt
Let the kids have a blast while you support a good cause. The Princess Lee Foundation returns with its second annual holiday egg hunt for children of all ages. The egg hunt will also include free baskets at the West Flamingo Park on Sunday, April 1 from noon to 5 pm. Along with photo opportunities, adults can enjoy BBQ, hot dogs, and popcorn. The event supports abused, neglected, and at-risk youth and teens in Nevada. Cash donations will be accepted for the cause.
#2. Summerlin Egg Hunt Eggstravaganza
Summerlin residents can enjoy the return of the Eggstravaganza at the Trails Park Ball Fields. On March 24 from 1 pm to 3:30 pm, kids of all ages can race around the ballpark in search of candy-filled eggs and prizes. The event is one of the most anticipated family friendly Easter celebrations in the area with visits from special guests. Attendance does require proof of residence. Egg hunt passes must also be purchased in advance. Passes are $5 each with day-of passes selling for $8 each at the Trails Community Center.
#3. Eggstravaganza Aquatic Egg Hunt
Want a new spin on the classic egg hunt? Only in Vegas can kids enjoy an aquatics experience with an egg hunt on land and water. At the Pavilion Pool on Saturday, March 24, bring the kids to hunt for prize-filled eggs, swimming, music, and games. The egg hunt is just $2 per child, although you need to bring a bag or bucket for gathering eggs. The hunt for kids 3 to 6 starts at 9 am. Kids ages 7 to 10 can start at 9:45 am. Kids under 7 will need to be accompanied with an adult.
#4. Springs Reserve Brunch
Whether or not you’re a member, be sure to visit Springs Reserve for a special holiday brunch at Divine Cafe. Brunch on Sunday, April 1 will run from 9 am to 4 pm with reservations accepted. Kids can also enjoy a meet-and-greet with a special guest between 11 and 3 am. This year, brunch will include a carving station with honey roasted ham and brine turkey, a crepe station, eggs benedict, French pastries, a pasta station, a hot bar, and desserts. Prices range for adults and children with member- and non-member pricing.
#5. The Experience at Galleria at Sunset
Every Saturday and Sunday in March, the Galleria at Sunset will offer special holiday events and fun for the entire family. A special guest will be waiting in his house every day with weekly activities that include balloon artists, face painting, scavenger hunts with prizes, an Instagram booth, and more. Bunny photos are offered from 10 am to 9 pm Monday through Saturday and 11 am to 6 pm on Sundays.