RECOMMENDED: Easter for kids in NYC
Springtime has been a bit of a later bloomer this year, but Easter events for kids are still popping up like daisies throughout New York City. Boycott the chilly seater by breaking out your pastels and enjoying all the things to do in NYC with kids this spring. Cheerful activities like Easter egg hunts, street fairs and festivals or Easter brunch with the family are sure to get everyone in spring-y spirits.
Easter events for kids
Try to keep the little ones from trampling the flowers as they scurry through the historic manse's gardens and grounds scouting for eggs. (Be sure to bring your own basket!) Once they've got their candy, kids can enjoy arts and crafts, refreshments and snap a photo with the Easter bunny. Reservations required. Light refreshments included. Ages 2 to 12.Read more
Families can celebrate spring with some outdoor fun at this annual Easter event, organized by a Queens farm and petting zoo. For six dollars, little ones can hunt for colored eggs, explore the parakeet house, play in the tiny tractors corn box (like a sandbox with corn kernels), whiz down the giant hay wagon slide and operate a real bulldozer. And because no egg hunt would be complete without him, the Easter Bunny will make an appearance. All ages.Read more
Go on a luxury sugar rush at one of La Maison du Chocolat's five NYC locations (Madison Ave, 30 Rock, Wall St, The Plaza Food Hall and The Shops at Columbus Circle), which are all holding tasting events on April 1st. Sample a selection of the French chocolatier's renowned treats, including decadent handmade truffles, chocolate bars, caramels, eclairs, macarons and cakes. While you're there, enter the raffle for a chance at winning a confectionary gift worth $60.Read more
The egg hunt is on! The New York City Fire Museum is hiding colorful easter eggs all around the apparatus floor of the Engine 30 firehouse for your kiddos to find, and it's gonna be awesome. Before the treasure hunt, little ones can decorate paper bags to put their treasures in and meet the FDNY's fire safety mascot, Hot Dog. He'll be on site for photo ops with families. Ticket price includes admission to the museum. Ages 12 and under.Read more
Basket-toting tots can participate in an egg scavenger hunt and play old–fahioned games at this spring celebration. The fun continues with a visit from the garden's mascot, Flora the Flower. Pre-registration required. Rain or shine. All ages.Read more