Easter in New York: Egg hunts, treats and family activities
Your guide to celebrating Easter in New York, including Easter egg hunts, Easter treats, Easter Parade info and where to meet the Easter Bunny.
Mon Mar 18 2013
With pastel-colored eggs, floral bonnets and alfresco egg hunts, there's nothing like Easter in New York to herald the start of spring. (This year, Easter falls on Sunday, March 31). Our 2013 guide to Easter in New York makes planning your family's holiday celebration easier than ever, whether you're scouting out the city's myriad Easter egg hunts or looking for the yummiest Easter treats to fill your brood's baskets. Plus, we've got details on the annual Easter parade (check out last year's Easter photos for headgear inspiration!) and where to catch the Easter Bunny as he bounces from one event to the next.
Hippity-hop over to one of these events—including Easter Bunny
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Breakfast, wildlife encounters, an Easter egg hunt and a photo
After crafting an Easter basket, find some small treasures
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Frolic through the museum in search of Easter activities—and
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The outlandish haberdashery on display—ten-foot-tall hats, costumed pets, bonnets with live birds nestled inside—more than makes up for the lack of floats at this annual see-and-be-seen parade. All ages.
Children can celebrate Easter in New York by filling their
In addition to abundant eggs for kids to hunt down, this popular
Adorable Easter treats from some of our favorite bakeries and chocolatiers make the springtime holiday sweeter than ever.