The Greater Houston area is blessed with many Easter egg hunts and festivals this spring, thanks to local businesses, communities and churches. Here is a glimpse of the top Easter egg hunts in Houston and the surrounding area:
Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt
The Square at Memorial City, 303 Memorial City Way
March 31, 2 pm – 4 pm
Memorial City is hosting an Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt Saturday at The Square. There will be “mini” egg hunts for different age groups: 2 pm (age 0-3), 2:30 pm (age 4-7) and 3 pm (age 8-10). Please register for a free ticket to the egg hunt. If you don’t register in time, kids can still participate in the activities including arts and crafts, face painting, balloon art and treats.
Quillian Center at First Methodist Church, 10570 Westpark
March 31, 10 am – 2 pm
Don’t miss this huge free day of family fun at Easter Eggstravaganza in West Houston! The event features inflatables, face painting, an interactive telling of the Gospel story, petting zoo, and food trucks.
Easter Orange Hunt & PEEPS Contest
The Orange Show Monument, 2402 Munger
March 31, 10 am – 1 pm
The annual Easter Orange Hunt starts right at 10 am! Enjoy lots of activities including the colorful maze of the Orange Show Monument as kids search for candy-filled eggs, oranges and other fun prizes! If you have a creative bent, construct your PEEPS masterpiece and submit it in the 6th annual Houston PEEPS Arts Contest before the egg hunt that morning. This is a free event with a suggested $5 donation per child for their nonprofit’s foundation.
Upper Kirby Egg Hunt & Picnic
The Story Houston, Blanton Field (W. Alabama at Edloe St.)
March 31, 10 am – noon
The Story Houston invites the community to its Upper Kirby Egg Hunt & Picnic plus free fun including photo booth with the Easter bunny, food trucks, games and activities. Don’t forget your picnic basket and Easter basket!
Get ready for family fun at KIDZ Family Springfest in Tomball! The Easter egg hunt begins at 10:30 am with lots of other activities including inflatables, face painting, flag football, and more. Don’t miss the free hot dog lunch. Bring your baskets, lawn chairs, kites and friends!
Easter EGGstravaganza at Blessington Farms
Blessington Farms, 510 Chisolm Trail
March 24, 25, 30, and 31, 10 am
Have a great day on the farm with this Easter egg hunt at Blessington Farms. In addition to the egg hunt, visitors will be able to take part in hayrides, giant slides, Jump Pad, animal interactions, strawberry picking, and more. The egg hunt is $3 per child with paid admission ($20 per person; kids 18 months and under are free). Learn more here.
Kinsmen Lutheran, 112100 Champion Forest Dr.
March 31, 2 pm to 4 pm
Free Easter egg hunt is open to families of all ages at Eggstravaganza. A petting zoo, inflatables, face painting, and other fun activities will keep everyone busy! Bring your own basket to join in the fun.
Easter Egg Hunt & Family Festival
Chapelwood United Methodist, 11140 Greenbay
March 31, 11 am to 2 pm
Four Easter egg hunts are open to families of all ages at the Easter Egg Hunt & Family Festival. The free festival features food, bounces houses, crafts, a train, photos with the Easter Bunny, a Rock Wall, and a whole lot more.
Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt (League City)
Helen Hall Library (indoor theater), 100 West Walker
March 31, 3 pm – 5 pm
Any child requiring special assistance is invited to this Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt. Groups of 25 kids will be admitted to the egg hunt every 30 minutes. Eggs will be filled with prizes appropriate for 3 and up (no food). Due to limited funds, siblings of special needs’ kids will not be able to participate. Register online here.
Sugar Creek Baptist members are sponsoring Community Easter Egg Hunts as an outreach to the community Saturday. Check out the list online of different community hunts at various apartments, community club houses, and churches in Sugar Land, Missouri City, Richmond, and Rosenberg.
Easter Festival & Expo (Humble)
The Lighthouse Church, 6650 Rankin Road
March 31, 12 pm – 4 pm
The afternoon of free fun at Easter Festival & Expo includes Texas’ largest Easter egg hunt with over 51,000 eggs, face painting, petting zoo, live music and more. The event is free but get a ticket online to reserve your spot. Register online here for free ticket.
Easter Service and In the Woods (The Woodlands)
Stonebridge Church, One Stonebridge Church
March 31, 6:15 pm
Attend a Saturday night Easter service at 5 pm (identical to Sunday) and stick around for In the Woods, an amazing egg hunt, inflatables, face painting, games, rides and food trucks.
Easter Egg Hunt and Market (Conroe)
7 Acre Wood, 4401 N. Frazier St.
March 31, 10 am – 3 pm
It’s a free Easter Egg Hunt and Market out at 7 Acre Wood! The egg hunts are from 10 am – noon but stick around for the petting zoo, Zip-line, mini golf, Western town, rock wall and more. The Hunt along with admission will be free from 10 am – 3 pm. A few options have a fee including Easter Bunny photos, face painting, carnival games, pony rides and paintball.
15+ Eggs Hunts on church campuses (The Woodlands)
March 29-April 1
Woodlands Church is offering 16 Eggs Hunts on church campuses including Woodlands, Atascosita, and Tomball.
Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt and Festival (Clear Lake)
Clear Lake United Methodist Church, 16335 El Camino Real
March 31, 10 am to noon
Don’t miss the morning egg hunt at Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt and Festival followed by activities such as face painting, obstacle course, Easter Bunny and food.
Egg Hunt (Manvel)
Redeemer Church of Manvel, 18218 Highway 6
March 24, 10 am – noon
Families can enjoy this free Egg Hunt featuring an egg hunt for all ages, photo booth, live bunnies and chicks, face painting, balloon animals, giveaways, and more.
1000 Easter Egg Hunt (Katy)
Now U Know Life Church, 5597 Gardenia Ln.
March 31, 3 pm – 5:30 pm
Featuring 1000 eggs, this annual Easter Egg hunt from Now U Know Life Church will be held at Mary Jo Peckham Park. The event is free and there will be plenty of games and prizes. Click here for more info.
Easter Egg Hunt with the Piggies ( Brookshire)
Citrus Hill Farm
March 31, 1 pm – 3 pm
This family friendly event puts a whole new twist on the Easter Egg hunt. Kids 14 and under can participate in an egg hunt on a farm while hanging out with the piggies. It’s a great time for the whole family. Tickets are $10. Learn more here.
Easter Egg Hunt and Celebration (Houston)
Christ Church Apostolic, 12815 Fuqua St.
April 1, 11 am – 2 pm
This free Easter Egg hunt features family fun for guests of all ages. There will be 3,000 eggs filled with money and candy, adding some great excitement to the event. Additionally, guests can watch a production of “Children of the Cross”. Click here to learn more.
Easter in the Gardens (Galveston)
April 1, 11 am – 3 pm
This amazing free Easter Sunday event at Easter in the Gardens features egg hunts for four different age groups, games, petting zoo, Easter bunny appearance, face painting, and more. All events are free! This is for kids age 9 and under. Located at Moody Gardens in Galveston.
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