Manhattan
Helping Parents Make Better Decisions

Want more content like this? Like us on Facebook!


Where to Celebrate Easter in New York City

Where to Celebrate Easter in New York City


Don your Easter bonnets and celebrate the bunny holiday at one of these Easter celebrations in Manhattan, including the NYC Easter Parade and egg hunts in New York City.

 

Easter Egg Hunt
WHEN: April 4-5, 10am-4:45pm
WHERE: Children’s Museum of Manhattan, 212 W. 83rd St., Upper West Side
AGES: All
WHAT: CMOM’s annual Easter egg hunt takes place throughout the museum.
WANT TO GO? Free with admission: $11; $7 seniors; free for children younger than 1. 212-721-1223. cmom.org.

Barnyard Egg Hunt
WHEN: April 4, 12-4pm
WHERE: Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral Park, Queens
AGES: All
WHAT: Meet Whiskers the Bunny at this celebrated event, dance the Bunny Hop, and enjoy games and egg hunts in the orchard.
WANT TO GO? $5. 718-347-3276. queensfarm.org.


Egg-Citing Eggs
WHEN: April 4-5, 11:30am and 2:30pm
WHERE: Brooklyn Children’s Museum, 145 Brooklyn Ave., Crown Heights, Brooklyn
AGES: 4 and younger
WHAT: Explore the egg-citing world of eggs and discover how families around the world celebrate Easter. Learn about animals that come from eggs, examine a real bird’s nest, and make your own nest to take home.
WANT TO GO? $9. 718-735-4400. brooklynkids.org.


Easter Weekend
WHEN: April 4-5, 11am-5pm
WHERE: Bronx Zoo, 2300 Southern Blvd., Bronx
AGES: All
WHAT: The Bronx Zoo has lots of family-fun activities to celebrate Easter weekend and the official kick-off of the zoo season, including an eggstravaganza scavenger hung and a wildlife hat parade.
WANT TO GO? $23.95; $21.95 seniors; $16.95 children ages 3-12; free for children younger than 2. 718-220-5100. bronxzoo.com.

NYC Easter Parade
NYC Easter Parade 
WHEN: April 5, 10am-4pm
WHERE: St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Fifth Avenue, between 49th and 57th streets, Midtown
AGES: All
WHAT: Every year New Yorkers show off their Easter bonnets in this colorful parade. Come and watch, and don’t forget your hat!
WANT TO GO? FREE. Starts at Fifth Avenue between 49th and 50th streets. The best place to watch is near St. Patrick’s Cathedral.



 

More Fun for Manhattan Kids this Month

Hand-Picked Can't-Miss Activities

The Best FREE Events

Where to Watch Kid-Friendly Films

Fun Things to Do in the Great Outdoors

Arts & Crafts Events

Kid Concerts and More Musical Activities

Where to Catch Kid-Friendly Theater

Educational Events for Kids

Story Times & More for Book Lovers

Classes and Support Groups for Parents

Dance Parties and Performances

Events for Children with Special Needs

Things to Do with Animal-Lovers

Events that Get Manhattan Kids Active

Volunteer Opportunities

Spring Break Activities

Family-Friendly Spring Festivals

Celebrate Earth Day

 

Want more content like this? Like us on Facebook!
Emma Steven

Author: Emma Steven is a British freelance writer living in Manhattan with her husband, two small kids, and two cats. Previously the Manhattan calendar editor for NYMetroParents.com, she writes about parenting and New York City. When asked about what she most misses about the UK she’s most likely to say British humor and least likely to say British weather. See More

Related Articles:

Featured Listings:

SeaGlass Carousel at The Battery

SeaGlass Carousel at The Battery

SeaGlass Carousel is a new one-of-a-kind, permanent cultural attraction featuring a monumental nautilus shell with 30 grand luminescent fish. SeaGlass...

ThoughtGallery.org

ThoughtGallery.org

New York, NY ThoughtGallery.org has been created for intellectually curious people who want a single resource to discover activities that pique their interests.

Children's Museum of Manhattan (The)

Children's Museum of Manhattan (The)

New York, NY For more than thirty years CMOM has been a destination and resource where families of all backgrounds come to learn, play and grow together. At CMOM, ...

Pip's Island: The Lighthouse Rescue

Pip's Island: The Lighthouse Rescue

New York, NY Pip’s Island returns to New York City with public previews starting on March 11, 2019 and officially reopens on March 21, 2019, establishing a permane...