2015 Easter Events and Egg Hunts Chicago IL
When the days grow longer, convertibles are out on the roads, and the grass turns green, there’s only one more surefire sign that Spring has arrived — Easter egg hunts! While there are plenty of 2015 Easter events and egg hunts in the Chicago area, we’ll help you find some of the best for you and your children to enjoy.
Easter Egg Hunt & Brunch
Chicago Botanic Garden
April 5, 2015, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
The Chicago Botanic Garden is absolutely gorgeous in the springtime, so make reservations for the family and enjoy a delicious brunch, a stroll through the gardens, and an Easter egg hunt for the kids. With fresh fruits, breakfast pastries, an array of main dishes, and even a carving station with roast turkey and glazed ham, there is no better way to kick off Easter.
Doggie Egg Hunt
March 21, 2015
Bosley Playground Park, 10 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The only thing that rivals the cuteness of a children’s Easter egg hunt is dog’s Easter egg hunt. This free event features treat-filled eggs for dogs to chase down. Participating dogs will receive an Easter bandanna and can take part in the bonnet parade. Owners can also get a picture with their dogs and the bunny during the event. Please note, dogs must be kept on their leashes at all times.
Odyssey Easter Brunch Cruise
April 5, 2015
Navy Pier, Boards at 12:15 p.m.
Enjoy Easter out on the Odyssey, Chicago’s most luxurious vessel. The cruise includes an Easter brunch and a complimentary glass of champagne or mimosa for all passengers over 21. Passengers will also receive a gift bag with treats for the kids and the Easter Bunny is set to be on board.
Meeting the Easter Bunny is a dream come true for a lot of children. Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities to do just that in Chicago leading up to Easter 2015. Egg hunts and bunny meet and greets will take place at Olympia Park, Welles Park, Maggie Day Park, Mayfair Park, Sheridan Park and several others.
If you know of other great Easter events and egg hunts in Chicago IL, let us know in the comments!