Easter Egg Hunts in Queens & Brooklyn 2013

Easter is coming, and of course there should be a good egg hunt to usher it in. This year, there are plenty of egg hunts happening in and around the city. Most of them take place outdoors at zoos and parks, but there are some happening indoors. Along with the egg hunt, many of these places will also have face painters, crafts, prizes, and concerts for the whole family to enjoy. So, find one you like and make a day of it.

Below is a list of our favorite egg hunts.[like_to_read]


Easter Egg Hunt
Bring your Own Easter Basket Easter Egg prizes to include one week of Summer Junior Camp, free court time and more.
Neighborhood: Corona
When: Saturday, March 24 12:30-3pm
Where: USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadow Corona Park
Cost: Before Sunday, March 17: $15; after $20

Queens Mocha Easter Egg Hunt

Queens Chapter of Mocha Moms

When: Saturday, March 30 from 10:45 AM to 5:00 PM

Where: Saint Albans Park, Merrick Blvd & Syares Avenue 

Easter Egg Hunt
Free Easter Egg Hunt. For children up to age 10.
Neighborhood: Long Island City
When: March 30th at 10am – Rain Date: April 6, 2013, 10:00 am
Where: Socrates Sculpture Park
Cost: Free

Parks Easter Egg Hunt
Enjoy free pictures with the Easter Bunny -Age-specific egg hunts for children 0-12 yrs -Egg dying station -Door prizes -One grand prize per age group (find the Golden Egg) – parents can enjoy our FREE coffee bar all morning
Neighborhood: Astoria
When: March 30th from 10am-Noon (Hunt at 10:30am)
Where: Astoria Heights Playground
Cost: Free

2nd Annual Community Egg Hunt

Egg hunts (age specific up to 12yrs), prizes, egg dying, and more
Neighborhood: Astoria
When: Saturday, March 30
Where: Astoria Heights Playground (46th/30 Rd)
Cost: Free

Spring Egg Hunt
Come enjoy the beauty of the Garden at QBG’s first Spring Egg Hunt! Bring your own basket to collect toy eggs (filled with a fun little trinket) hidden in the crabapple orchard in the Arboretum. The fun continues with seed planting activities for children, old-fashioned fun games, and our friends from Silly Cheeks Face Painting.
Neighborhood: Flushing
When: Saturday, March 30 11am-2pm
Where: Queens Botanical Garden, 43-50 Main Street near Dahlia Avenue
Cost: $5

Barnyard Easter Egg Hunt
On-going fun throughout the day. The Farm Museum will hold its annual Egg Hunt in the orchard. “Whiskers” the bunny will be hopping around the farm to greet children and pose for pictures, bring your camera.
Neighborhood: Glen Oaks
When: Saturday, March 30 noon-4pm
Where: Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Parkway
Cost: $5

12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt
This is the largest Easter event in New York City! Thousands of people attend, and their is entertainment of all ages. he event will feature live performances, rides, games, ponies, popcorn, cotton candy, and so much more.
Neighborhood: Jamaica
When: Saturday, March 30 noon-5pm
Where: St. Albans Memorial Park, Merrick Boulevard and Sayres Avenue
Cost: FREE

Spring Eggstravaganza
This one has lots in store for families: meet the Easter Bunny and our Flemish giant rabbits, and enjoy a variety of spring-themed activities.
Neighborhood: Corona
When: Saturday, March 30 and Sunday, March 31 10am-5:30pm
Where: Queens Zoo, 53-51 111th St in Flushing Meadow Corona Park
Cost: Free with admission: $8 for adults, $5 for children ages 3-12

Easter at Bohemian Hall
One of the funnest egg hunts around. Enjoy the splendor of the beer garden, meet the Easter bunny and paint eggs. There will also be face painting and more activities for children. Live music by the Polka Brothers 2:30-5:30.
Neighborhood: Astoria
When: Sunday, March 31 2-5pm
Where: Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden, 29-19 24th Avenue between 29th and 31st Streets
Cost: Free admission but food purchase is necessary



Easter Egg Hunt
An Easter egg hunt hosted by Senator Goldin. Visit site for more information.
Neighborhood: Marine Park
When: Saturday, March 23 noon-2pm
Where: Marine Park, Fillmore Avenue and Madison Place
Cost: FREE

Eggs-Travaganza Easter Egg Hunt
This is a BIG museum egg hunt, and we want you to join us.Exhibit areas will be divided by age groups with timed entry tickets, so even the littlest hunters are sure to find treasures!  Don’t forget to bring a basket to collect your treasures.  After the hunt, join us in a private craft area for family fun!
Neighborhood: Crown Heights
When: Sunday, March 24 9-11am
Where: Brooklyn Children’s Museum, 145 Brooklyn Avenue between St. Marks Avenue and Prospect Place
Cost: $14 – Limited tickets on sale now in person, at our admissions desk or on our website. Reserve your egg hunt session today.

Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Senator Marty Golden’s second egg hunt
Neighborhood: Bay Ridge
When: Saturday, March 30 2-4pm
Where: Shore Road Park, Shore Road and 79th Street
Cost: FREE

Brooklyn Heights Spring Egg Hunt
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
When: Saturday, March 30 at 10am – Raindate: April 8
Where: Pierrepont Playground, Columbia Heights and Pierrepont Streets
Cost: FREE

Egg Hunt
Neighborhood: Williamsburg
When: Saturday, March 30 at 11am
Where: Msgr. McGolrick Park, Russell Street and Nassau Avenue
Cost: $5