Are you looking for some fun ways to celebrate Easter in Boston and the surrounding area? If so, here are a few events you might want to look into in 2015.
John Little Lovage Club Pictures with the Easter Bunny
The Little Lovage Club is offering private photo sessions with the Easter Bunny on Saturday, March 14th from 10:00 to noon. Space is limited for this event, with only a certain number of tickets available for each photo session time slot. For $50 per ticket, you receive a digital photo package of photos taken by a professional photographer. This event allows you to avoid waiting in lines to see the Easter Bunny. Springtime treats and activities will also be provided. The Little Lovage Club is located at 778 Tremont Street.
Bunny Eggstravaganza at South Shore Natural Science Center
The South Shore Natural Science Center will host its Bunny Eggstravaganza on March 28th from 10:00 to 11:30 am. During the event, participants will have the opportunity to meet rabbits and chickens while also participating in an egg hunt in the Children’s Garden. The South Shore Natural Science Center is located at 48 Jacobs Lane in Norwell. The cost for the event is $10 for members and $13 for nonmembers.
Bunny Bonanzo at Stone Zoo
Stone Zoo will be hosting its annual Bunny Bonanzo on Saturday, April 4th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The event will include holiday games, music, crafts and other holiday events. Families will also have the opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny. While professional photographers will not be taking pictures, zoo visitors are invited to take photos. A $5 donation, which benefits the zoo, is suggested when taking photos with the Easter Bunny. Stone Zoo is located at 149 Pond Street in Stoneham. Admission to the zoo is $14.95 for adults, $10.9Friends of Christopher Columbus Park5 for children ages 2 through 12, $12.95 for seniors aged 62 and over, and free for children under 2.
The Boston area is also home to a number of other annual Easter events with dates yet to be announced. Among these is the Pope John Paul II Park Annual Spring Egg Hunt, which provided in cooperation with Phillips Candy House. Open to children between the ages of 3 and 12, the event typically starts at 11:00 and meets at the Gallivan Boulevard Entrance. Participants in the event get to search for over 10,000 eggs, many of which are filled with special prizes. Families than have the opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny and to have their pictures taken. The free event is likely to take place on March 28.
Christopher Columbus Park in Boston’s North End also typically hosts an Easter Egg Hunt each year. Sponsored by The Living Room Restaurant and Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, the event typically starts at 10:00 am and is likely to take place on April 3rd. The event typically boasts more than 1,000 plastic eggs with little toys inside.
An Easter Egg Hunt also typically takes place at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace the day before Easter. To participate in this 1-hour event, which typically starts at 10:00 am, participants usually pick up a basket at Quincy’s Place. From here, participants start their search for hidden treats. The participants with the most eggs at the end of the hour receive more gifts, with those who find the Golden Eggs receiving even bigger prizes.