We’ve got the scoop on where to get your Easter Bunny on! The best places for Brunch, egg hunting and a face-to-face with the man himself. Don’t forget to tag us, we want to see the Littles in their Spring best!
The cutest bunny, the yummiest donuts…and you can book your time slot! Perfect for kids of all ages to get their picture with the bunny, play with Easter-themed sensory bins and work on some Easter crafts.
$20 per child, $10 per sibling
778 Tremont St, Boston
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or sign up online
Looking for somewhere to decorate eggs? This is the place. Art teachers will be on hand with dye, paint and other materials, all you have to do is bring the eggs. Afterwards, walk down the street at noon and join the egg hunt at the Loring-Greenough House. All ages welcome.
24 Eliot Street
Boston, MA 02130
Admission is free, RSVP here
In its fifth year, The Great Banana Hunt is tons of fun for kids 2-6 years. Listen to all the best Easter stories about George and then hunt for Easter bananas around the store! George himself will be making an appearance.
The World’s Only Curious George Store
1 JFK Street
Cambridge , MA 02139
Email email@example.com for more details or sign up online
Your favorite park has it all – a visit from the bunny, arts and crafts, an Easter egg hunt and complimentary drinks and snacks!
Titus Sparrow Park
200 W Newton St, Boston
More information to be announced this week, check back here for updates
Easter can still be all about the kids, but why not have a sophisticated brunch at the same time? The Beehive is offering a two-course prix fixe brunch (plus a kids menu) along with an Easter egg hunt and a visit from the bunny, all to the sound of live music all day. Book soon!
541 Tremont St, Boston, 02116
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-423-0069 for reservations