2024 Best Easter Egg Hunts in Indianapolis and Surrounding Areas

Here comes Peter Cottontail, hoppin’ down the bunny trail. Easter is on its way and we have an events calendar full of fun Easter-themed activities for you to enjoy with your family. Easter is a special time of the year that brings families and communities together. One popular tradition is the Easter egg hunt, a scavenger hunt for brightly colored eggs. If you’re planning to attend a public Easter egg hunt this year, here are some things to expect and other details to get you ready.

The first thing you need to know is the location and time of the Easter egg hunt. Most public Easter egg hunts in Central Indiana are held in parks, community centers, and other public areas. Once you know the location and time, make sure to arrive early so you can find a good spot to watch the egg hunt. If the event you plan on attending requires pre-registration, be sure to sign up ahead of time!

Children race for eggs in a field of green grass at Easter Egg hunts in Indiana.

2024 Easter Egg Hunts in Indianapolis and Central Indiana

Easter egg hunts are often organized according to age groups. The younger children typically go first, followed by the older children. This is done to ensure that everyone has a fair chance to find the eggs. Make sure you know which age group your child falls into so you can plan accordingly.

Every Easter egg hunt has its own set of rules. Some events may have a limit on the number of eggs a child can find, while others may allow children to keep as many eggs as they can find. Some events may also have special prizes for the children who find the most eggs. Make sure you read the rules before the event so you can prepare your child and avoid any disappointment, especially with some of the super creative easter egg hunt ideas.

Many Easter egg hunts are held outdoors, so it’s important to dress appropriately. Make sure you and your child wear comfortable shoes and clothes that are appropriate for the weather. You may also want to bring sunscreen and a hat to protect your skin from the sun. Don’t forget to bring Easter baskets or a bag for your child to collect the eggs.

Above all, please remember that most of these egg hunt events are organized and moderated by volunteers. Please treat everyone with respect.

Egg Hunts on Saturday, March 16

Mystery by Moonlight! Glow Egg Scavenger Hunt Event

W.S. Gibbs Memorial Park, 4587 Gibbs Road, Danville
8-10 pm

Solve a mystery at W.S. Gibbs Memorial Park while hunting glow-in-the-dark Easter eggs! As you follow Walnut Walkway, find clues inside each Glow Egg to help you discover who stole the Easter Bunny’s basket. All ages are welcome, but the nature of the night hike and difficulty of the clues make this hunt more appropriate for tweens, teens, and adults. There is a fee of $5 per person to participate.

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Inclusive Egg Hunt

Greenfield Central Junior High School, 1440 N Franklin St, Greenfield
10:30 am

FUSE would like to invite you to this free, inclusive Egg Hunt. All ages, abilities, and siblings are welcome! The egg hunt will take place in the Junior High’s gymnasium, so this event happens rain or shine. Please register ahead of time.

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Piney Acres Farm, 11115 E 1000 N, Fortville
10 am-12 pm

Piney Acres’ Annual Easter Egg Hunt will have plenty to do for everyone! Activities will include crafts, games, visits with the Easter Bunny, visits with farm animals, and more. Breakfast with the Easter Bunny will also be available for an additional cost. The egg hunt is geared towards children walking through 12 years old and registration is required.

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Egg Hunts on Friday, March 22

Moonlight Madness Easter Egg Hunt at Broad Ripple Park

Broad Ripple Park, 1550 Broad Ripple Avenue, Indianapolis
7:30-9 pm

Hop on out to Broad Ripple Park for an ‘egg-stra’ special flashlight surprise egg hunt and egg hunt show. Be sure you bring a flashlight and dress appropriately. The cost is $11. There is limited space and registration is required.

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Spring Festival and Easter Egg Hunt

Baxter YMCA, 7900 Shelby St, Indianapolis
6-7:30 pm

Hunt for eggs around the Baxter YMCA grounds, then stick around for a visit with the Easter Bunny, crafts, games, food trucks, and vendors. Registration is required for this event and YMCA members receive a discount on admission.

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Egg Hunts on Saturday, March 23

Bunnysaurus Rex at The Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, 3000 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis
8:30-10 am

Join Bunnysaurus Rex at The Children’s Museum for an exciting morning with your family. Decorate your egg-collecting bag and hunt for eggs in Dinosphere. Tickets are $20-$25 for youth and $4-5 for accompanying adults.

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Adaptive/Inclusive Easter Egg Hunt | Rhodius Park

Rhodius Park Sensory Gym, 1720 W Wilkins Street, Indianapolis
11 am-1 pm

This very special Easter Egg Hunt at Rhodius Park is for ages 5-10. There will be a variety of arts & crafts activities, stuffed plastic eggs with prizes, stuffed animals, and a very special sweet treat. Rumor has it that the Easter Bunny might make an appearance. The fee is $5 for each participant and all participants must register prior to the event to participate. Rain date is March 30.

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Presidential Egg Roll

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, 1230 N Delaware Street, Indianapolis
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. There will be a prize for the best decorated wooden spoon. This lively event at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site is free for both children and their parents. However, space is limited so registration is required.

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Eggstravaganza

St Luke’s United Methodist Church North, 100 W 86th Street, Indianapolis
St Luke’s United Methodist Church Midtown, 6185 Guilford Ave, Indianapolis
9 am-12 pm

St. Luke’s UMC is hosting egg hunts simultaneously at both their North Indy and Midtown locations. Come prepared for bounce houses, a train to the Easter Bunny photo booth, story-telling, crafts, games, an egg hunt for all ages, a raffle, and fun, prizes, and treats! Please register ahead of time.

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Free Easter Egg Hunt

Castleton United Methodist Church, 7101 N. Shadeland Ave., Indianapolis
1-2 pm

Children ages 12 and under are invited to join Castleton United Methodist Church for a fun afternoon of egg hunting at this FREE Easter Egg Hunt! Find the eggs and collect your prize. Find the special egg and collect the special prize. This event is open to all!

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Eggscellent Egg Hunt| Broad Ripple

Broad Ripple Park, 1550 Broad Ripple Avenue, Indianapolis
10:30-11:45 am

Get ready for one spectacular egg hunt. All kinds of candy and prizes will be hidden for children ages 2-10. There will be “egg”citing crafts, games, the bunny hop, and a visit from our big cuddly Bunny. Space is limited so sign up now. Pre-registration is required and there is a charge of $11 per participant.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Indy Island, 8575 E Raymond St, Indianapolis
9-11 am

This egg hunt at Indy Island promises to be magical! Help the Easter Bunny find the eggs that have fallen from his colorful hot air balloons. Be sure to preregister your child for the appropriate age group for either 2-6 year olds or 7-13 year olds. There is a charge of $5 per participant for this egg hunt.

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Easter Egg Hunt and Brunch

St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, 4780 E 126th Street, Carmel
10 am

Come enjoy brunch and an egg hunt with the Easter Bunny! The morning will start off with brunch at 10 AM. The egg hunt will immediately follow the brunch. There will be separate egg hunt areas depending on age. After the eggs are collected, children will receive a treat bag and the Easter story will be told. All are welcome, so please invite your friends and neighbors!

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Breakfast with the Bunny

Greenwood Community Center, 100 Surina Way, Greenwood
Session 1: 8:30 am; Session 2: 10:30 am

Enjoy a yummy breakfast at the Greenwood Community Center followed by an Easter Egg Hunt and a photo with the Easter Bunny. Tables are $50 each for up to 6 people. Children under 2 do not count towards your total. Reserve your table before they sell out.

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McCloud Nature Park Scavenger Egg Hunt

McCloud Nature Park, 8518 Hughes Rd, North Salem
11 am-2 pm

Hunt for clues hidden by the Easter Bunny along the Red-Tailed Ridge trail! Pick up your answer sheets at the table near the Truss Bridge before beginning your journey. Return to the Nature Center for Easter crafts.

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Easter EGGstravaganza

Kingsway Christian Church, 7981 E Zander Rd 100 N, Avon
10:30 am-12:30 pm

Bring your friends, neighbors, and family to this year’s Easter EGGstravaganza! It will include an egg hunt, bounce houses, a petting zoo, treats, and more. Everyone is invited, so tell your neighbors and come out to this free event.

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Helicopter Egg Drop

Fortville Church of the Nazarene,701 S. Maple St, Fortville
11 am-1:30 pm

The event is for the whole community. Enjoy crafts, Easter bunny photos, and food.The Helicopter will drop at 1:00 in the back field. There will be 3 age groups marked. The event itself is free but there will be a few vendors present with items for sale.

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Easter Scramble

Talon Stream Park, 5344 Pike Ln, Plainfield
11 am-1 pm

Hop on over and enjoy this FREE Easter event. Everybunny is welcome! The event will feature all the child-friendly attractions, such as pictures with the Easter Bunny, music, crafts, food vendors, and even more at the Plainfield Parks and Recreation’s Easter Scramble.

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Easter Celebration and Egg Hunt

Main Street Church of God, 4211 Main Street, Anderson
3 pm

Join the Main Street Church of God for a walk through of the Easter story with illustrations created by the church community. At 4 pm, attendees can enjoy a short story and an egg hunt.

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Piney Acres Farm, 11115 E 1000 N, Fortville
1-3 pm

Piney Acres’ Annual Easter Egg Hunt will have plenty to do for everyone! Activities will include crafts, games, visits with the Easter Bunny, visits with farm animals, and more. Lunch with the Easter Bunny will also be available for an additional cost. The egg hunt is geared towards children walking through 12 years old and registration is required.

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Underwater Easter Egg Hunt

Hendricks Regional Health YMCA, 301 Satori Pkwy, Avon
1-3 pm

Hop on over to the Hendricks Regional Health YMCA for an egg-stra fun underwater egg hunt and goodies to take home. Please come dressed in swim attire and bring your own bucket or bag that can get wet! In addition to the egg hunt, participants will enjoy games, crafts, and a visit with the Easter Bunny. Register in advance.

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Noblesville’s BEST Easter Egg Hunt

First Christian Church Noblesville, 16377 Herriman Boulevard, Noblesville
9 am-12 pm

Noblesville’s Best Summer Camp & After School will be hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt! Age-specific hunts begin at 9 am with a hunt for ages 5 and under. Bring your own basket! Before or after your hunt, take pictures with the Easter Bunny and listen to music from a live DJ. This event is completely free to the public but you must reserve your child’s spot.

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Sensory Easter Egg Hunt

Pecar Nature Center, 5203 E County Rd 150 N, Avon, IN 46123
9 – 11:30 am

This program at Pecar Nature Center is designed for those who benefit from an individual, personalized egg hunt in a quieter setting. Families can sign up for a 15-minute time slot. 5 individual hunts are scheduled per 15 minutes. Two children can go together if that would help your child enjoy the experience. We will also have crafts available. The egg hunt is free but pre-registration is required.

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Easter Eggstravaganza

Summit Lake State Park,5993 N. Messick Road, New Castle
12-3 pm

Fun games, Easter crafts, photos with the Easter Bunny, and an Easter-themed scavenger hunt on Trail 4. Egg Hunt starts promptly at 1 pm. Please arrive early. The event is at the Naturalist Office near the South Ramp.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Franklin Amphitheater, 237 W. Monroe St., Franklin
10-10:15 am

Arrive early, because this hunt will go quickly! Join the community for an egg hunt at the Amphitheater. This event is for children ages 2-10.

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Easter Egg Hunts in Indiana: A woman with brown curly hair encourages a toddler in a field full of plastic easter eggs.

Egg Hunts on Sunday, March 24

Bunnysaurus Rex at The Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, 3000 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis
8:30-10 am

Join Bunnysaurus Rex at the Children’s Museum for an exciting morning with your family. Decorate your egg-collecting bag and hunt for eggs in Dinosphere. Tickets are $20-$25 for youth and $4-5 for accompanying adults. For more information, visit The Children’s Museum webpage.

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The Ausome Bunny

The Nest Event Center, 2108 W Michigan Road, Indianapolis
10 am-12 pm

A family-friendly sensory event for all families, presented by Ausome Indy! Get free family photos with The Ausome Bunny then enjoy arts and crafts, make-and-take sensory activities, snacks and treats, an egg hunt, and even lunch! Free for all families. RSVP to secure your spot for photos!

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Egg Hunts on Thursday, March 28

Easter Egg Hunt

Jimmy Nash City Park, 360 N Home Ave, Martinsville
6-6:30 pm

Come out to the Community Easter Egg Hunt at the Jimmy Nash City Park. Kids ages 2-12 will hunt for thousands of Easter Eggs! This free egg hunt can be found in the grassy field between the Park Office and the Pool House.

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Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt

Jimmy Nash City Park, 360 N Home Ave, Martinsville
8:30-9 pm

Martinsville’s first glow in the dark egg hunt will be held at Jimmy Nash City Park, following the daylight event for younger children. Teens age 13-17 are invited to participate in this free event.

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Egg Hunts on Friday, March 29

Underwater Easter Egg Hunt | YMCA Member Event

Ransburg YMCA, 501 N Shortridge Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46219
6:30-8 pm

Hop on over to the Ransburg YMCA for an egg-stra fun underwater egg hunt and goodies to take home. Please come dressed in swim attire and bring your own bucket or bag that can get wet! Children 5 and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult. Register in advance. This event is free for YMCA Members.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Krannert Park, 605 S High School Rd, Indianapolis
6-8 pm

Register ahead of time for this free community egg hunt at Krannert Park! Kids are divided in to groups of ages 2-5, 6-9, and 10-13.

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Easter on the Orchard

Tuttle Orchards, 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield
9 am-12 pm

Tuttle’s is hosting Easter at the orchard for preschool and early elementary-aged kids and their families. Join in for some great family memories together at the orchard. Families love the calm atmosphere as children hunt in small groups hunt every 15 minutes throughout the day. In addition to egg hunt goodies, guests enjoy crafts, cookie decorating, snacks, and photo ops.

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Egg Hunts on Saturday, March 30

Spring Festival and Easter Egg Hunt

Irsay YMCA, 430 S Alabama Street, Indianapolis
11 am-12:15 pm

Hop on over to the Irsay YMCA for an egg-stra fun underwater egg hunt and goodies to take home. Please come dressed in swim attire and bring your own bucket or bag that can get wet! In addition to the egg hunt, participants will enjoy games, crafts, and a visit with the Easter Bunny. Register in advance.

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Easter Fest

Indianapolis Baptist Temple, 4002 E Southport Road, Indianapolis
1-3 pm

This annual Easter event keeps on getting bigger! Visit stations decorated and ready to hand out over 30,000 pieces of candy! If you have a child of any age you won’t want to miss out. The event is rain or shine.

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Hide and Peep Egg Hunt at Clay Terrace

Clay Terrace, 14360 Clay Terrace Blvd, Carmel
11 am-1 pm

Hop on over to enjoy the Easter egg hunt at the Clay Terrace Annual Hide & Peep Egg Hunt. There will be thousands of eggs to hunt for on the Clay Terrace Lawn. Hunt in three age groups, then enjoy a live DJ, photos with the Easter Bunny, face painting, balloon twisting, bounce houses, and more. The event is open to children 0-10 and registration is required.

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33rd Annual EGGnormous Egg Hunt

Zionsville Lions Park 11053 Sycamore St, Zionsville
9-10:45 am

Events at Lions Park begin at 9 am and include face painting, breakfast (for a donation), pictures with the Easter Bunny, and a hunt with OVER 25,000 Eggs! Enjoy EGGstreme Egg Games, an Egg Stroll for 1-2 yrs, and Egg Hunts for older age groups. This is a free event.

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Easter Egg Hunt

The Fieldhouse at NexusPark, 2224 25th St, Columbus
10-10:30 am

Join the Columbus Department of Parks and Rec for their free annual Easter egg hunt. Children will hunt according to age groups. Please bring a bag or basket for your eggs.

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Egg-ceptional Egg Hunt

The Fieldhouse at NexusPark, 2224 25th St, Columbus
11-11:30 am

This is a FREE sensory-friendly, quiet egg hunt for kids with sensory or special needs. There will be lots of eggs and prizes.

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Easter Egg Event

Main Street Park, 4286 S Main Street, Whitestown
10 am-12 pm

Join Whitestown Park & Recreation for their annual Easter Egg Hunt. Kids will hunt in groups based on age. Be sure to bring your own basket! There will be hundreds of eggs stuffed with goodies for the kids to grab and the Easter Bunny will be available to take photos.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Memorial Park, 130 E Ullen Drive, Lebanon
10:30 am

Located in Memorial Park, the first hunt (ages 2-4) will begin at 10:30am. The other two hunts will immediately follow. Each age group’s hunt contains a lucky golden egg and the finder receives a special prize! Make sure to snag your picture with the Easter Bunny. A separate egg hunt for guests with special needs will be held at 9:30 am.

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Easter Egg Hunt at Ellis Park

Ellis Park, 600 E Main Street, Danville, IN 46122
10:30 am-12 pm

The Kiwanis Club of Danville and Danville Parks & Recreation join forces to bring their annual Easter Egg Hunt at Ellis Park. Children ages 2-9 will have the opportunity to hunt for candy-filled eggs in three separate groups — ages 2-3, 4-6 and 7-9. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Easter at the Orchard

Tuttle Orchards, 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield
9 am-3 pm

Tuttle’s is hosting Easter at the orchard for preschool and early elementary-aged kids and their families. Join in for some great family memories together at the orchard. Families love the calm atmosphere as children hunt in small groups hunt every 15 minutes throughout the day. In addition to egg hunt goodies, guests enjoy crafts, cookie decorating, snacks, and photo ops.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Kennedy Park, 309 Coffey Ln, Shelbyville
12 pm

Head to Kennedy Park for this free community event. Kids ten years old and under should be ready to hunt as the clock strikes noon! The Easter Bunny will be available for pictures after arriving on a fire truck.

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Egg Hunts on Saturday, April 6

Community Easter Egg Hunt

Brookside Park, 3500 Brookside Parkway S Drive, Indianapolis
11 am-1 pm

Head to Brookside Park for an egg-cellent egg hunt. Geared towards kids ages 2-12 years old. Pre-registration is preferred for this free community event.

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World’s Largest Motorized Easter Egg Hunt

Badlands Off Road Park, 3968 N Xavier Rd, Attica
9 am-5 pm

This family-friendly event takes place on our beautiful off-road trails. An off-road vehicle is required for all participants. The Easter Bunny, with help from the Badlands team, places thousands of eggs along the trails. Participants collect eggs and turn them in for prizes. Easter Bunny and friends photo ops will be available throughout the trails and at the Pro Shop.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Zion Community Church of the Nazarene, 6287 W Ratliff Rd, Bloomington

We would love for you to join us for an afternoon of games, food, fun, and an egg hunt for the family.

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Easter Egg-Stravaganza!

Ellenberger Park, 5301 E St. Claire Street, Indianapolis

Looking for an Egg-cellent time this Easter? Join Ellenberger Park for our 2nd annual Easter Event! This Indoor Egg-Stravaganza will be for Children 9 and under! Games, Prizes, Candy, and of course an epic Egg Hunt!

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Easter Egg Hunt

Hope Community Church, 3350 N. State Road 267, Brownsburg

Children 0-12 are invited to this free hunt for 15,000 Easter eggs! The event will be held outside and children will be separated into groups (0-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12), so everyone will leave with lots of prizes and treats. Please register for this free event.

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The Great Egg Hunt

Washington Township Park, 115 S County Rd 575 E, Avon

Easter egg hunting at Hendricks County parks. Cozy up with the Easter Bunny for photos from 9:30 – 10 am. Then the hunt is on promptly at 10 am, and keep an eye out for golden eggs! Hunts are divided by age with sections for little ones 2 and under, ages 3-5, 6-9 and 10 and over.

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Egg-Stravaganza!

Cornerstone Lutheran Church Fishers, 13450 E 116th Street, Fishers

Join us for our Egg-stravaganza! The egg hunt is designed for children 4th grade and below. We will have two hunts at 9 am and 11 am, sign up for the time that works best for your family!

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Egg Hunt

Burrello Family Center, 2345 Pagoda Drive, Indianapolis

Bounce on over to the Burrello Family Center for our Egg Hunt! Children will be separated into the age groups of 3-5, 6-8, and 9-11. Register now. The cost is $5/child.

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Easter Egg Hunt | Bel-Aire Park

Bel-Air Park, 2901 W Mooresville Road, Indianapolis

Come out to Bel-Aire Park for an Easter Egg Hunt on the playground, egg crafts, and more! All ages are welcome!

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Glow In The Dark Easter Egg Hunt

St. Peter’s Columbus, 719 5th Street, Columbus

Are you ready to experience a morning full of glow-in-the dark fun, inflatables, photo ops, snacks, and more for the whole family? You won’t want to miss this FREE one-of-a kind event. There will be 9 timed waves of egg hunts throughout the morning. This experience is designed with families of toddlers through 4th graders in mind!

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Easter Egg Hunt @ KJS

KJS Boutique & Creatives 2503 Fairview Pl, Greenwood

We are so excited to host an Easter egg hunt at KJS. We will separate out into age groups to make it fair for all of the kiddos. Come join us for some fun egg hunting and raffle prizes for the adults ( or Big kids )

An Easter Egg Hunt for EVERYONE!

Sandy Hook United Methodist Church, 1610 Taylor Road, Columbus

Calling all kids and grown-up kids to an Easter Egg Hunt for EVERYONE! We will have egg hunts for kids/teens (sectioned off by age) and then an egg hunt for ADULTS! Please register in advance or the day of starting at 9:30 am.

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Vivera Senior Living, 1971 State St, Columbus

Join us for 1st annual Easter Egg Hunt! Bring the whole family for an eggs’tra special Easter Egg Hunt! Activities and more!

Easter “Begg” Hunt

Broad Ripple Park, 1426 Broad Ripple Ave, Indianapolis

Sniff out thousands of Treat-Filled Easter “Beggs” including coupons for more FREE Fresh-Baked Treats! The registration fee is $5 per DOG to benefit ARPO – Alliance for Responsible Pet Ownership. Registration begins at 10 AM-10:50 AM for this Easter Begg Hunt and the hunt begins promptly at 11 AM.

Get out and enjoy a gorgeous spring day making memories at one of these Easter Egg Hunts in Indianapolis and beyond. Since many are free or cheap, these events are great for family fun on a budget. Celebrate this season of new life and excitement alongside members of your community and your most precious loved ones.

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