Here comes Peter Cottontail. Hoppin’ down the bunny trail. That’s right! Easter is on its way and we’ve got a calendar full of fun Easter-themed activities for you to enjoy with your family. To get you started, check the many opportunities to hunt for eggs.

Saturday, April 6

Sensory Friendly Easter Egg Hunt with Washington Township Parks

9 am-noon

Washington Township Parks and Rec will offer a Sensory Friendly Easter Program in their pavilion for friends that benefit from a personalized, quiet egg hunt. Each participant will have 25 eggs to find on their own patch of grass. Refreshments and other sensory friendly activities will be available and guests will have the opportunity to get their pictures taken with real bunnies. Registration required.

Friday, April 12

Moonlight Madness Easter Egg Hunt at Broad Ripple Park

7:30-9 pm

Hop on out to Broad Ripple Park for an ‘egg-stra’ special flashlight surprise egg hunt. Games, arts, crafts and refreshments are all part of this fun program. Be sure you bring a flashlight and dress appropriately. Limited space, so sign up now!

Saturday, April 13

Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Piney Acres

10 am and 1 pm

Piney Acres’ Annual Easter Egg Hunt will have hunts will be staggered throughout the day with little ones going first. Other activities will include a coloring station, observatory open with baby chicks and barnyard animals, a hayride, storytelling, hoola hoop race, egg race, sunflower planting and more. Breakfast and lunch with the Easter Bunny will also be available for an additional cost. Register required.

Next Stop Beech Grove Easter Express

11 am

Children 12 and under can visit participating businesses for an egg. Hidden among these hundreds of eggs on Main St. will be 3 GOLDEN EGGS good for a free prize.

Egg hunt with Bunnysaurus Rex at the Children’s Museum

8 am

Spring has sprung and so have Bunnysaurus Rex eggs all over the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience®. Join us for a dinosaur egg hunt of prehistoric proportions! Enjoy breakfast with your family, take a picture with Bunnysaurus Rex, make your own edible dinosaur egg nest, and decorate your egg collecting bag in style before heading outside to grab up the eggs that Bunnysaurus Rex has left behind! Registration required.

Breakfast with the Bunny at the Greenwood Community Center – SOLD OUT

9-11 am

The Easter Bunny will be hopping his way thru Greenwood to stop for Breakfast with Greenwood Parks & Rec! Join them for some Easter themed activities; and don’t forget to bring your cameras for a photo op with the guest of honor! Tickets will go on sale February 14.

Easter Egg Hunt & Breakfast at New Joy Lutheran Church

9-11 am

Join New Joy Lutheran Church in this Easter celebration. Breakfast will include pancakes, bacon, sausage, fruit, juice, milk, and coffee. The egg hunt will begin promptly at 9:30 am, with a separate egg hunt for our littlest ones (age 3 and under). Don’t forget to check out the bake sale while you’re there. A free-will offering will be accepted to help defer the costs of a Youth Mission Trip to Louisville, Kentucky this summer.

2019 Presidential Egg Roll at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

9-10:30 am

Enjoy crafts, music, refreshments, and the only egg roll in Indy. Children will race to roll their decorated eggs through the grass as the Easter Bunny cheers them on. This lively event is free for both children and their parents, but space is limited so registration is required.

Easter Egg Hunt & Family Fun Day at Arbuckle Acres Park

9:30 am

Join Brownsburg Parks and Rec for their annual Easter Egg Hunt and Family Fun Day at Arbuckle Acres Park. Guests can also enjoy photos with Easter Bunny and family fun activities such as carnival games, music, prizes, inflatables, petting zoo, bike station and food trucks. Activities start at 9:30 am, which the egg hunt starts at 11 a.m. No registration is required.

All Inclusive Egg Hunt at Rhodius Park

10 am-noon

Hop on over to Rhodius Park for an “eggcellent” all inclusive egg hunt for children 5-12. Along with the hunt, there will be crafts, games and a special appearance by Mr. Bunny. Registration is recommended. All participants are guaranteed to find some eggs.

Franklin Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Province Park

10 am

Franklin will be hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 13 at 10 am in Province Park. Ages 2-10 are welcome to this free event. (Rain Date: April 20)

Noblesville Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Forest Park

10 am

The Noblesville annual Easter Egg Hunt will include hidden eggs with prizes for multiple age groups, as well as a DJ, bounce house and other fun activities. The event starts at 10 am and the egg hunt will begin at 11 am. No registration is required.

Eggscellent Easter Egg Hunt at Broad Ripple Park

10:30-11:45 am

Get ready for one spectacular egg hunt. All kinds of candy and prizes will be hidden. There will be “egg”citing crafts, games, the bunny hop and best of all a visit from our big cuddly Bunny! Space is limited so registration is required.

Plainfield Helicopter Egg Drop

11 am-1 pm

Main Street Vineyard Church is hosting a Helicopter Easter Egg Drop at the Al & Jan Barker Sports Complex in Plainfield. In addition to the Easter Bunny photo opportunities and egg drop, visitors can also enjoy other family fun activities such as a bounce house and face painting. No registration is required, but arrive early because only the first 1,000 kids will be able to participate in the hunt.

Eggscellent Easter Egg Hunt at Broad Ripple Park

10:30-11:45 am

Get ready for one spectacular egg hunt. All kinds of candy and prizes will be hidden. There will be “egg”citing crafts, games, the bunny hop and best of all a visit from our big cuddly Bunny! Space is limited so registration is required.

Plainfield Helicopter Egg Drop

11 am-1 pm

Main Street Vineyard Church is hosting a Helicopter Easter Egg Drop at the Al & Jan Barker Sports Complex in Plainfield. In addition to the Easter Bunny photo opportunities and egg drop, visitors can also enjoy other family fun activities such as a bounce house and face painting. No registration is required, but arrive early because only the first 1,000 kids will be able to participate in the hunt.

Easter Eggstravaganza at the Fishers YMCA

2-5 pm

Join the Fishers YMCA for their Annual Easter Eggstravaganza where there will be an egg hunt in the pool, as well as land activities in the gym including a bounce house, crafts, prizes, games, pictures with the Easter bunny, and face painting! Registration required.

Sunday, April 14

Egg hunt with Bunnysaurus Rex at the Children’s Museum

8 am

Spring has sprung and so have Bunnysaurus Rex eggs all over the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience®. Join us for a dinosaur egg hunt of prehistoric proportions! Enjoy breakfast with your family, take a picture with Bunnysaurus Rex, make your own edible dinosaur egg nest, and decorate your egg collecting bag in style before heading outside to grab up the eggs that Bunnysaurus Rex has left behind! Registration required.

Friday, April 19

Family Easter Egg Swim and Hunt at Goldfish Swim Schools

6:30-8 pm

Head to either of the Fishers or Carmel locations for a special Easter-themed family night. There will be fun in the pool that includes an egg hunt, pictures with the Easter Bunny, crafts, and snacks/refreshments! Registration required.

Saturday, April 20

Indianapolis Cultural Trail Egg-Stravaganza

9:30-11 am

There are more than 15,000 eggs hidden on all 8 miles of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, where they will host 3 different Hunt Headquarters for people to start their hunt and enjoy fun, family friendly activities. Each egg contains a piece of candy and a slip of paper, some of which are prizes or indicate that you need to return to your hunt headquarter to redeem for a prize that wouldn’t fit in an egg. They’ll have a come-as-you-please hunt along the entire Trail but if you want to be a part of the 3 big hunts, please register!

Easter Egg Hunt held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

9-11 am

Come to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the ninth Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Admission is free with the donation of a pet supply for IndyHumane. Registration and Activities are from 9-11 am and the Easter Egg Hunt begins at 11 am. Everyone must enter Gate 2 off of 16th Street. All participants must sign a WAIVER before they can participate. Please complete the electronic waiver in advance. Sign Waiver

Westfield Easter Egg Drop

The Westfield Easter Egg Drop is one of the largest Easter Egg hunts in the Indianapolis area, drawing over 5,000 people every year. In addition to the egg hunt, guests can enjoy inflatable bounce houses and slides, face-painting, photo booth pictures, carnival games, an inflatable toddler play area, and other fun activities – all FREE! Registration is required.

Easter Egg Hunt at Downey Avenue Christian Church

9-11 am

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Downey Avenue Christian Church will be held April 20 from 9-11 am. Specific details have not been released yet, but you can follow along on the their Facebook page to see more info as it’s released. Or check out last year’s event to get an idea of what may be to come.

Celebrate Easter Weekend at the Indianapolis Zoo

9 am – 5 pm

Jump, bounce, leap, and hop to the Zoo for Easter-themed activities all weekend long. Join in the fun to find the large Zoo-themed eggs hidden throughout the Zoo and White River Gardens. Watch as animals receive Easter-themed enrichment throughout the day and enjoy a special Easter-themed photo opportunity, a craft activity and festive treats from Café on the Commons. Additional animal chats and programming will also be added to the weekend for special opportunities to learn about some of the Zoo’s younger animals!

Community Egg Hunt at Bethel Family Worship Center

10 am-Noon

Bethel Family Worship Center will be hosting their community Egg Hunt complete with face painting, role polly express, inflatables, selfies with the bunny, and more.

2019 Easter Egg Hunt at Whitestown Parks and Recreation

10 am-1 pm

The annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Whitestown Municpal Complex will have hundreds of eggs stuffed with candy for the kids to grab by age groups. After the hunt, enjoy brunch with the Easer Bunny and a festive movie showing. This year, will also have a special egg hunt for children with allergies.

Easter Festival and Egg Hunt at Allisonville Christian Church

10-11:30 am

Allisonville Christian Church will be hosting their annual Easter Festival and Egg Hunt Saturday, April 20 for children up through 5th grade. In addition to the egg hunt, which will begin at 10:30 am, there will be crafts, games, and a bounce house!

Easter Eggstravaganza with Plainfield Parks

10 am-Noon

Calling all kids! Enjoy a fun and eventful day at the Richard A. Carlucci Recreation and Aquatic Center on Saturday, April 20th, 2019.

Journey Through Jerusalem and Easter Egg Hunt at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church

10-11 am

Join Chapel Hill United Methodist Church for an interactive telling of the last week of Jesus’ life, followed by an egg hunt, snacks, games, and crafts. Begins promptly at 10 am. Rain or shine.

Family Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt at the Indiana State Museum

10 am-Noon

Celebrate the Easter holiday with a family egg hunt, hippity-hoppity performances and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. With purchase of museum admission, continue the family fun by finding 92 eggs the Easter Bunny left throughout the museum, or create your own unique Easter basket in Cardboard Engineering.

Easter Celebration at Riverside Park

11 am-1 pm

Bring the kiddos out for crafts, games, candy and MAYBE even a visit from the Easter Bunny. This event is free but registration is required.

Danville Easter Egg Hunt

11 am-1 pm

Children ages 2-9 will be split into three age groups to hunt for candy filled eggs. A few lucky hunters will even find eggstra-special eggs that contain prize tickets. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Eggstravaganza at Summit Lake State Park

Noon-2 pm

Come out and celebrate Easter Summit Lake State Park. Admission is free with park admission and will include an egg hunt, face painting, games, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Cotton candy, popcorn, and drinks will also be available for $1. This event will take place at the Nature Center and Harvey Shelter.

Eggstravaganza at McCloud Nature Park

11 am-3 pm

McCloud Nature Park Naturalists have hidden camouflaged eggs filled with nature clues along two of our family favorite trails. Each trail has a different level of difficulty, mean for different age groups. The clues tucked inside each egg will help you answer questions on your scavenger hunt sheet. Find all the answers and turn in your worksheet at the Nature Center to claim your prize! This is an ongoing program—come out anytime between 11 am and 3 pm. This program is FREE to attend, appropriate for all ages, and no advance registration is required.

Easter Egg Splash at the Jordan YMCA

12:15-3 pm

Join the Y for an Easter Egg Hunt in the pool. Registration is required.

McCordsville Easter Egg Hunt

Noon-2 pm

The Town of McCordsville will be celebrating Easter with their annual Easter Egg Hunt, an appearance by the Easter Bunny and a chance for photos, treats and prizes.

Sunday, April 21

Easter Egg Hunt with the Indians

11:30 am

Take the kids out to the ball game and enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt before the Indians take on the Louisville Bats. Kids ages 2-14 can participate in this event sure to add memories to your family’s spring traditions. Gates open early at 11:30 am. The egg hunt begins at 11:45 am.

Celebrate Easter Weekend at the Indianapolis Zoo

9 am – 5 pm

Jump, bounce, leap, and hop to the Zoo for Easter-themed activities all weekend long. Join in the fun to find the large Zoo-themed eggs hidden throughout the Zoo and White River Gardens. Watch as animals receive Easter-themed enrichment throughout the day and enjoy a special Easter-themed photo opportunity, a craft activity and festive treats from Café on the Commons. Additional animal chats and programming will also be added to the weekend for special opportunities to learn about some of the Zoo’s younger animals!

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