7 Family Easter Eggs Hunts in Atlanta

The hunt is on in Atlanta. Hop on over to these locations for egg hunts and other fun activities. 

  • A petting zoo, egg obstacle course and egg hunt are among the Easter activities this weekend at Fernbank.
    A petting zoo, egg obstacle course and egg hunt are among the Easter activities this weekend at Fernbank.
  • Ride a pony, see the Easter bunny and enjoy more family fun at The Inn & Farmhouse at Serenbe.
    Ride a pony, see the Easter bunny and enjoy more family fun at The Inn & Farmhouse at Serenbe.

The hunt is on in Atlanta. Hop on over to these locations for egg hunts and other fun activities. A few places are even offering brunch along with the hunt. So much is going on in Atlanta for Easter so be sure to check out all the events around the city, from an Easter sunrise service at Stone Mountain Park to photos with the Easter Bunny.

    1. Egg Hunt at Six Flags Over Georgia, April 4
      Participate in an egg hunt before the park opens. 

    2. Spring Egg-stravaganza at Fernbank Museum of Natural History, March 28 
      Bring baskets for the kids to use as they search for special egg stations. Once there, they will complete activities and participate in games to collect a variety of prize-filled eggs. Be sure to stop by the petting zoo and egg drop obstacle course, too. 

    3. 3rd Annual Egg Hunt at Serenbe Playhouse, April 4
      Come for the Easter egg hunt, plus pony rides, face painting, carnival games, cotton candy, popcorn and the Easter Bunny. The hunt is $5 for children ages 12 and younger, and all other activities are sold separately. Adults are free.

    4. Eggstravaganza - Callanwolde Giant Egg Hunt, March 28
      From 10 a.m. – noon, Eggstravaganza features thousands of candy-filled eggs to find, including three golden “prize” eggs. There will be baked goods for sale, a cake walk, face painting, carnival games, spring-themed arts and crafts, and the Easter Bunny. Make sure your kids bring baskets to collect the eggs. 

    5. Brunch on the BeltLine at PARISH, April 5  
      Enjoy PARISH’s brunch menu and Easter egg hunts on the BeltLine starting at noon. Walk the BeltLine after brunch.

    6. Two Urban Licks, April 5
      Enjoy brunch from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Easter egg hunts with the Easter bunny begin at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.  

    7. Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt at The Spence, April 5
      Easter brunch is 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., and the egg hunt is at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. Adults can enjoy a special bloody Mary and mimosa bar complete with fun fixings. 

    Sarah Johnson is a guest blogger for Atlanta.net. She resides a leisurely drive north of the city with her husband and their two young children where they fill their free time exploring the fun, family-friendly activities and attractions in and around Atlanta. 


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