Seek out Easter Egg Hunts & Family Activities Across Houston

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Hunt down Easter Eggs, treats and family-friendly activities that are taking place across Houston all Easter weekend long, from Friday, April 2 to Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021.

If you’re looking to get outdoors with the family for the Easter holiday weekend, then we’ve got you covered with some of the top Easter Egg Hunts and holiday activities taking place across Houston this weekend.

Easter Egg Hunts & Activities Around Houston

  • Easter Egg-Stravaganza at Blessington Farms near Fulshear | Friday, April 2 and Saturday, April 3 – Hop over to Blessington Farms for an egg-cellent celebration of Easter, including hayrides, barrel trains, slides, animal encounters and an adventurous Easter egg hunt. $20 per person; free for ages 2 and under for Farm Funland; $3 to participate in the egg hunt. 9am to 4pm.
  • Easter Farm Days at P-6 Farms | Friday, April 2 and Saturday, April 3 – Make a stop in Montgomery for a meet-and-greet with the Easter Bunny, an egg hunt and activities like vintage amusement rides, fun farm attractions, duck races, games and more during an Easter weekend of excitement. $15.95 for ages 3 and up. 11am to 5pm.
  • EggTivities at The Woodlands Children’s Museum | Friday, April 2 and Saturday, April 3 – While there are no actual egg hunts taking place, The Woodlands Children’s Museum is still going all out with two days of Easter-themed arts and crafts, and a photo op with the Easter Bunny. Kiddos will enjoy creating a bunny mask, egg dyeing and crafting egg carton baskets or bunny boxes to carry eggs. General admission to the museum is $6. 10am to 2pm.
  • Easter Egg Hunt & Market at 7 Acre Wood in Conroe | Saturday, April 3 – Bring the family out to 7 Acre Wood for an outdoor Easter egg hunt at their large outdoor park. Other activities include a petting zoo, games, pictures with the Easter Bunny, and a market with plenty of vendors. No cover. 10am to 3pm.
  • Easter on the Ranch at Smith Ranch in Katy | Saturday, April 3 – Hunt for eggs, meet the Easter Bunny, feed farm animals, and enjoy paddle boats, bounce houses and more at this Easter-themed celebration at Katy’s Smith Ranch. Concessions will be available to purchase. Hunts take place from 10am to noon and 2pm to 4pm. $10. 10am to 4pm.
  • Easter at George Ranch Historical Park | Saturday, April 3 – Gather the fam for an Easter picnic when the Fort Bend historical park hosts an outdoor holiday event for families that includes egg hunts, egg-dyeing and more. Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket and lunch. $10 to $15; advance purchase is required. 10:30am.
  • Adult Easter Egg Hunt at 8th Wonder Brewery | Saturday, April 3 – Kiddos will have to be on the sidelines for this one when Eatsie Boys and 8th Wonder host their inaugural Adult Easter Egg Hunt where 300 eggs will be hidden on the grounds, holding 44 beer token eggs, 24 beer can eggs, 10 free entrees from Eatsie Boys, 8 WonderKeg eggs, and 250 traditional candy eggs ready to be found. Noon.
  • The Big Doggie Easter Egg Hunt at Holler Brewing Co. | Sunday, April 4 – Bring man’s best friend with you for a dog-friendly Easter egg hunt, featuring doggie treats for the pups and tasty suds for the owners, when Holler Brewing Co. hosts their holiday vendor, food, music, and raffle-filled celebration. Noon to 4pm.
A previous year’s Easter Egg Hunt | Photo via Creative Commons

Social Distancing & COVID-19 Precautions

As we enter into the vaccination phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, medical experts still advise that we have a way to go before we achieve herd immunity and can safely resume pre-pandemic activities. In the meantime, you can remain vigilant in protecting yourself against the coronavirus by continuing to wear face masks when in public spaces, practice social distancing of at least six feet, limit your touching of surfaces, and frequently use hand sanitizer or soap and water to keep your hands clean.

While the Governor of Texas has lifted mandatory mask orders and capacity limits, most businesses are still requiring face masks to enter and enforcing reduced capacity. Familiarize with your destination’s policies ahead of time and please respect their public safety precautions.

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A longtime Houstonian, Justin Jerkins keeps an eye out for all sorts of happenings in H-Town, including breweries, sports, concerts, must-see destinations and much more while serving as Editor-in-Chief of 365 Things to Do in Houston.