Is there anything better than gearing up for an epic Easter egg hunt? We’ve all had a blast hiding eggs for our little ones to find. It never gets old. But what if your family was able to participate in an egg hunt at the Disney Parks?! Put your kiddos in their Disney best and head off to Walt Disney World or Disneyland for endless fun.
From March 16th through April 1st, you can pick up a map and stickers for $5.99 at select locations throughout both resorts and get to work! Your family will love adventuring through the Parks as they search for hidden Disney and Pixar-themed eggs.
Once you or your kiddo find an egg, place the corresponding sticker on the Egg-stravaganza map and keep going until you collect them all! Of course, you don’t actually have to collect them all. You can still return your map to a redemption location for a special surprise—no matter how many eggs you tracked down.
In Disneyland, the redemption locations include Elias & Co. at Disney California Adventure, Disney Showcase at Disneyland, and the World of Disney Store in the Downtown Disney District. If you’re scouting out eggs on the east coast, you can return your map to any Disney Trader located within Walt Disney World.
If you make your way through the egg hunt but are still craving more adventure, Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival has the perfect solution: a new Spike the Honey Bee Scavenger Hunt! You and your family can pick up this garden map and follow Spike’s pollination exploration all around the World Showcase at Epcot. Not only will you add a bit of extra magic and fun into your family’s trip, but your kids will also get the chance to learn even more about plants! You can participate in this fun event from now through May 28th.
If you can’t make it to the Parks, host your own fun egg hunt at home using some of our favorite Easter egg DIYs!
Mickey & Friends Easter Egg Face Stickers
Make your Easter egg-cellent by decorating eggs with Mickey & Friends stickers. Their smiles are so cute, they’re contagious!
Sofia the First-Inspired Easter Eggs
Sofia’s flower motif is so pretty on purple Easter eggs. It’s easy to make using painter’s tape as a stencil before dying the eggs.
Cheshire Cat Easter Egg
As Alice in Wonderland fans can well attest to, one never knows when or where the Cheshire Cat is apt to turn up—like with this whimsical Easter decoration featuring the mischievous character’s toothy grin.
Rabbit’s Easter Activity Page
Easter is one of Rabbit’s favorite holidays, and he always knows just what to do to make it extra special. Print this activity page to make your Easter one of the best ever!
An egg-cellent adventure awaits!
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