Make the most out of your Easter weekend by checking out some of the Easter weekend festivities across Toronto and the GTA. There’s fun for the whole family including Easter egg hunts, baby animals, face painting and the real Easter bunny!
Easter EGGstravaganza at Centre Island
Get right into the spring spirit by jumping on the Toronto ferry and head to EGGstravaganza, Toronto’s largest Easter egg hunt! The hunt is held Centreville Amusement Park and Far Enough Farm. Trade in found Easter eggs for prizes from Lindt, Play-Doh, Peeps, SunRype and more! It’s not just the Easter egg hunt for you and your family to enjoy – you can feed the animals and even get your face painted.
Date: April 14 – 16, 2017, 11 AM – 4 PM
Springridge Farm’s Eggcellent Easter Festival & Egg Hunt
Get out of the city and travel to Niagara Escarpment in Milton to the Springridge Farm. The Springridge Farm’s annual Easter Festival and Egg hunt has all sorts of family fun including wagon rides, face painting, and bunny ears to wear and colour! Entry includes admission to the Fun Farm Yard. The Springridge Farm BBQ Barn is will be open for Easter Festival. Menu items include grilled-to-perfection hotdogs, sausages, apple chips and the Little Farmer Lunch combo for kids.
Date: April 14 – 16, 2017, 10 AM – 4 PM
Price: $12 per person
High Park Easter Egg Hunt
Stop by High Park at the Colborne Lodge Museum for the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Easter egg hunts go every 30 minutes and starts at 11 AM with the last hunt at 3PM. When you’re done with the hunt make sure to check out the festivities like egg dyeing all afternoon long, easter crafts and face painting. Don’t miss out the opportunity to take a selfie with the Easter bunny too!
Date: Sunday, April 9, 2017. 11 AM – 3 PM
Price: $3 per hunt
Beaches Easter Parade
Don’t want to do an Easter egg hunt, but want to still be involved? Make sure to stop by the annual Beaches Lions Club Easter Parade. This Queen Street East festival is including Olympic swimming medalist (and The Beach resident!) Penny Oleksiak, Paralympians Victoria Nolan and Claudia Brown. Want to get some extra exercise? Check out the Easter fun run before the parade starts. Make sure to check out road closures so you aren’t stuck in traffic.
Date: Sunday, April 16, 2017 at 2 PM
Brooks Farm Easter Fest Egg Hunt
Live north of the city? Head up to Mount Albert for the Easter Fest Egg Hunt that includes an egg hunt and scavenger hunt. The Easter Egg Hunt takes place throughout the day, so you don’t need to get their early. There will also be wagon rides, Easter basket decorating, a colouring station and their Barnyard Playland. Don’t miss your chance to meet the real Easter Bunny too!
Date: April 8 & 9 & April 14- 16, 2017, 9:30 AM – 4 PM
Price: $14 per child, $9 per adult.
Downey’s Farm Easterfest
Live out of the city? Take a trip to to Brampton to Downey’s Farm. They are having their 16th annual Easterfest all weekend long. Get the family together to enjoy a Magic show, wagon rides, baby farm animals plus their ultimate Easter Egg Scramble. Check the showtimes to make sure you don’t miss out on the fun!
Date: April 8 – 9 & April 14 – 16, 2017, 10 AM – 5 PM