Easter Egg Hunt at Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum

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Easter Egg Hunt at Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
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Hop on over to the Bartow-Pell Mansion to enjoy the museums' annual Easter egg hunt event. It's open to tots, tykes and tweens, so it's a hit for all ages, plus there are arts and crafts on site as well as photo ops with the Easter bunny. In case of rain, the event has a rain date of March 25 from 1–3:30pm. Free event parking can be found across the street at the Pelham Bay/Split Rock Golf Course parking lot. Ages 2–12.

 

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HORRIBLE! It was very disorganized. The staff members were not clearly marked so you didn’t know who was who. My son was in the 2-3 y/o rubber duckies hunt. First of all they didn’t announce it was the start of the hunt. It was in a small patch of snow when they could have used other parts of the lawn. They didn’t have enough “rubber duckies” for each kid. There were quite a few kids that didn’t get a rubber duckie. When we told the staff, they said they want to wait for the crowds to die down and they’ll throw more rubber duckies out (this is what they literally did...dumped out rubblbie duckies from a big box onto the lawn). There was a limit of 4 rubber duckies per child but you were lucky to get 1. The crafts weren’t that much more exciting. There was a tissue flower making table and coloring tables (that’s it). They advertised face painting and a photo opportunity with the Easter bunny. They didn’t have face painting and the “Easter Bunny” was an dog costume (floppy ears and wearing a collar). That’s it! This is what our $15 paid for. This was the worse egg hunt I have ever been to!