2019 Family Friendly Easter Events in Sacramento. - Porsha Carr Blog

2019 Family Friendly Easter Events in Sacramento.



Hi friends!
Happy March! Can you believe were already in the month of March? Time fly's right? And you know what? Before we know it Easter will be here. Here in Sacramento Easter events are super fun from celebrating with music, food, Easter hunts and more, there is a ton to do! So in today's post I have teamed up with one of my good friends and favorite mommy bloggers Maria of Moms Of Sacramento to bring you 8 of the best of the best Easter events here in the city. Lets get started with my top 4.




1. Easter Eggstravaganza: This family fun Easter adventure will be held at fair oaks park. There will be a ton of free activites like easter egg hunt for the littles, face painting, bunny photos and more. This will be held April 20 from 9:00am-1:00pm find out more info here.

2. Eggstravaganzoo: This zootastic event will take you and your family on a adventure as you go on special Easter egg hunts around the zoo. With crafts and prizes your little ones will love it. This event does get crowded so its suggested to register. It will be held at the Sacramento zoo April 20 as well starting at 9:00am-3:00pm. Find out more info here.

3. Easter River Cruise: Wanna try something different? How about a Easter cruise on the local river? Hornblower cruises will soon be offering a unique experience were you and your family can cruise for one hour with the Easter Bunny himself. They havent released very much info yet. But when they do you can find it here.

4. Easter Egg ExpressToot! Toot! All aboard for some Easter family fun with the Sacramento River Train! This event is pretty unique too. You hop on a train that takes you to a giant Easter egg hunt. Activities, optional lunches & a visit from the bunny this will be a fun ride. This takes place From March-April. You can get more information here. 



Now here are Maria's top 4!

5. Spring Eggstravaganza @ Fairytale Town: Fairytale town has QUITE the crowd at their holiday festivities and we're so excited that they finally decided to create a separate member's only Easter event this year! That's right, in anticipation of the crowds I'm sure, they've now split it up into a member's only night on Friday, April 19th (working parent friendly! 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm), and a general public event on both Saturday, April 20th and Sunday April 21st (11:00 am to 4:00 pm). To make the egg hunt itself fair, they split it up by age group on the different lawns and prizes are redeemed at Mr. McGregor's garden.  Of course, in addition to the hunt, there are also arts and crafts and a special "Bunny Bootcamp" show in the puppet theatre.  We caught it last year and the kids loved it! Advance tickets are $7 and day of tickets are $10 (1 and under free). Buy your tickets or check out more information at FairyTale Town's website


6. Easter Eggstravaganza (yes, another Eggstravaganza lol) @ Funderland:  This is another one we've been to and really enjoyed! Rides and the hunt must be paid for, but if I remember correctly it is like $3 per child per hunt. Egg hunts, while relatively small, happen hourly and again are separated by age group. One was more than enough for last year, and we sprinkled in a few rides before and after for good measure. This even runs April 12-14. For more information, click here.

7. Easter Daffodils @ DOCO's Second Saturdays:  Everyone who sees my content knows I've been big on my downtown Sac lately! We accidentally stumbled across a Christmas Second Saturday event in December put on by Verge Center for the Artsand it was so well put together. April 13thDOCO will be putting on Easter arts and crafts for FREE where the littles can make crate(paper) daffodils. Their site also mentions "bunch" with the Easter Bunny (I think it means brunch?) - thought it does not mention the price.  Keep this link handy for updates as it gets closer.


8. Underwater Egg Hunt @ Pat O'Brien Community Pool: Yes, you read that right. UNDER WATER. For anyone looking for something new and different, this egg hunt will go down as just that! Cost is $5 per child with a special prize to the diver who finds the golden egg!  Children 6 and under must be supervised at all times and the event is for ages 12 & under. Open swim time after the hunt and don't forget to bring a mesh/water friendly basket to collect your eggs! Please note, this one WILL be cancelled if there is rain. More information at Southgate Recreation & Park District.





Well friends there ya have it. 8 fun things to do with your whole family here in Sacramento! If you're a local and have any more events to add feel free to leave them in the comments below. Even if your not local, tell us what fun events are going on in your city. We'd love to hear about them. Maria and myself will definitely be attending some events on our list. So if you see us out be sure to say hello! :) 
Happy Easter friends! 




15 comments

  1. Easter celebrations are not so big in our country. So it was great knowing more about how you celebrate. Nice ideas. Good learning.

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  2. This looked so fun! especially the Easter egg express!!! This is so cute!

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  3. That photo with the bunny at the top was so damn cute! Love a good derp face <3

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  4. Oh wow! Soooo cool how your post inspires how to celebrate Easter! Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. You have such beautiful angels! Interesting how others celebrate Easter because it's also different in our country. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. You guys have some awesome options. I'm not sure we have that many here in FL!

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  7. So many Easter events but too little time....Hope you and your family is going to have tons of fun..

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  8. Your baby is so cute and innocent. It's so helpful for everyone who is looking out for Easter celebration.

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  9. I’m so excited for Easter to be honest! It’s Ash Wednesday today and I know it will just be around the corner. Thanks for this info.

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  10. I love the events that come with Easter. It really makes me excited for spring too!

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  11. A big community egg hunt sounds like it would be so much fun for the little ones! Which are the main ones that you're most excited about doing with your kids?

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  12. When I was younger, we always have different events during Easter. Not so much these past years.

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  13. Kristine Nicole AlessandraMarch 7, 2019 at 1:55 PM

    I have never heard of an underwater egg hunt. That would be awesome. I wish we had that kind of Easter event near us. The grandkids would love it!

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