Easter egg hunts around DC

WASHINGTON — If you’re scrambling to find a D.C.-area egg hunt in time for Easter, hatch a plan to attend one of these egg-cellent events.

Here are some of the best local Easter egg hunts by region.


The White House Easter Egg Roll and the Tudor Place Eggstravaganza are two iconic egg hunts in D.C. But tickets are limited and difficult to obtain. If you weren’t able to score tickets to either event this year, check out some of these alternative options in D.C.

Kids Easter Egg Hunt at Pinstripes in Georgetown
1064 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20007
Head to Pinstripes in Georgetown for an egg around the venue. Guests can buy baskets for $5, and catch a photo op with the Easter bunny. The event starts 9:30 a.m. Sunday, April 16.


Bunnyland at Butler’s Orchard
22222 Davis Mill Rd., Germantown, Md. 20876
Butler’s Orchard offers more than the traditional egg hunt. The annual event features hayrides, giant slides and even live animals. Visitors can enjoy Bunnyland April 8-9, April 14-15, April 17 and April 22-23. Tickets are $9 for kids and $7 for adults.

Easter Egg Hunt at Six Flags
13710 Central Ave, Bowie, MD 20721
Six Flags opens the amusement park to children ages 12 and under for an Easter Egg Hunt on April 15 and 15. The Easter weekend event features candy, giveaways and more. Check in begins at 8:30 a.m., and the egg hunt starts at 10 a.m.


Weekend Easter Egg Hunts at Ticonderoga
26469 Ticonderoga Rd., Chantilly, Va. 20152
Each weekend until April 23, Ticonderoga Farm hosts weekend egg hunts at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Kids can meet the Easter bunny and enjoy activities including hayrides, pedal karts and giant slide hills on site. Tickets are $14.95.

Easter Egg Hunt at Leesburg Animal Park
19270 James Monroe Highway, Leesburg, Va. 20175
Kids can hunt for thousands of toy and candy filled eggs April 15-16 at the Leesburg Animal Park. The hunt begins at 2 p.m., and kids ages 2 through 10 are invited to attend. Entrance fees are $9.95 for kids and $12.95 for adults.

For Easter egg hunts in Northern Virginia, visit the NOVA Parks website.

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