Family Easter Activities

Top Easter Vacation Spots In America

As much fun as Spring is, there is just nothing like a relaxing vacation on some sandy beaches with nice warm weather. So if you’re looking for something completely different to do this Easter, why not get a last minute deal, hop on a plane, and enjoy Peter Rabbit in a bikini, or explore one of the older cities in the USA.

 

Hawaii

Have you ever wondered if the Easter Bunny goes on vacation? Well, he sure does, and he loves Hawaii. No matter which one of the islands you find yourself you can bet that there is something egg-citing going on. From Sunrise Masses to Easter egg hunts, and local beach barbeques.

 

Disneyland

If any place in the world is known for putting on amazing events for the holidays, it is definitely Disneyland. This year they are hosting a massive 16-day easter egg hunt. You receive a map and stickers to help you with your search. Once you have found everything you return to Elias & Co for your amazing prize.

 

New York City Easter Parade

Along Fifth Avenue from 49tj to 57th streets, onlookers can watch this massive parade. It is said that the best place to watch this is at the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, however, you’re going to want to get there early.

The parade takes place on April 21st from 10 am until 4 pm.

 

Hotel Del Coronado 

If you are looking to stay closer to home and want to explore a piece of history in San Diego, why not go for a staycation at the Hotel Del Coronado. You’ll get the perfect scenery with the Pacific ocean in the back, and the hotels soaring red turrets to give depth.

They are offering a Champagne Easter brunch in the amazing Cron Room and the Sheerwater. Which is then followed by a traditional Easter egg hunt on the Windsor Lawn.

The hotel has also decided to add a petting zoo filled with baby chicks, bunnies, sheep and goats this year so that everyone can go in and get some adorable family photos.

 

Mexico

 Mexico, just as Hawaii, is very passionate about celebrating Easter with more depth. In fact, in Mexico, they have a Holy Week, rather than just a long weekend, called Semana de Pascua. However, the celebrations don’t wait to start until those days. We find some major activities, such as Carnival, starting up to two weeks before the beginning of Lent.

During the week, you will find many celebrations, live music, extravagant shows, and of course, the all-time favorite Easter egg hunt.

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