10 Delaware Valley Easter Events
Meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for eggs at these local family-friendly spots
From classic egg hunts to photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny to a PEEPS display, the Delaware Valley is filled with kid-friendly Easter events this year. Many require timed tickets and have COVID restrictions in place, so check their websites before making your plans.
Hayrides to Bunnyland
137 West Knowlton Rd, Media, PA 19063
Take a hayride through the woods to visit the Linvilla Orchards’ Easter Bunny, where kids will hear a magical story, receive a special treat and have the chance to take a photo with the bunny. Through April 3.
Shady Brook Farm
931 Stony Hill Rd, Yardley, PA 19067
Head over to Shady Brook Farm to take a wagon ride to the “Hunting Grounds” where kids can search for six candy-filled eggs, earn a prize and meet the Easter Bunny. Through April 3.
100 Sesame Rd, Langhorne, PA 19047
The Sesame Street theme park has much to offer for Easter this year: photos with the Easter Bunny, a Furry Friends Bunny Hop Dance Party with Sesame Street characters, an Easter egg scavenger hunt and parades throughout the day. Through April 18.
Historic Peddler’s Village is hosting an old-fashioned Easter egg hunt at Giggleberry Fair Fun Fields, a family-friendly play scape, on April 3. Families can also check out the second annual PEEPS in the Village competition at the nearby Village Courtyard. On display through April 17, PEEPS in the Village includes over 90 displays featuring the Pennsylvania-made marshmallow candy bunnies and chicks.
Egg Hunt and Hayride
Solly Brother’s Farm
707 Almshouse Rd, Ivyland, PA 18974
Solly Brother’s Farm is hosting hayrides, egg hunts and a chance to receive a special treat from Mr. and Mrs. Bunny. Through April 3.
Egg Hunt Hayride
Johnson’s Corner Farm
133 Church Rd, Medford, NJ 08055
After taking a wagon ride through the fields and orchards at Johnson’s Corner Farm, egg hunters will hear a story about how Peter Rabbit’s eggs were left in the field. After collecting eggs, kids will receive a goody bag and a chance to meet Peter Rabbit at the market. Through April 3.
Drive-Thru Easter Egg Hunt
1865 Harrison Ave, Camden, NJ 08105
Camden’s Kroc Center is hosting an alternative Easter egg hunt this year for families to participate in without getting out of their cars. There will be large decorated eggs placed outside the complex for kids to spot while riding by. Along the way, there are stops to receive plastic eggs, egg dye kits and candy and even meet the Easter Bunny. On April 3, 1:30-5 p.m.
Easter Egg Hunt
836 Franklinville Rd, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
Not only can kids search for candy-filled eggs at Redwood Farms, they can also meet a variety of farm animals including ponies, baby goats and cows. Tickets include a pony ride and a cup of treats to feed the goats. On April 3, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
South Street Egg Hunt
South Street Headhouse District
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Search for 25 eggs designed by local artists, students and business owners hidden in storefronts and business windows throughout the South Street Headhouse District in downtown Philadelphia. Participants have a chance to win a $50 gift card to a local business of their choice in the district. Through April 4.