Take to egg-cellent Easter activities and more with our picks for the best kid-friendly things to do in and around Houston from Monday, April 11 to Easter Sunday, April 17, 2022.
This week, hippity hop from an out-of-this-world VR experience to Mickey and his friends on ice, plus check out ongoing Easter activities and more.
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Top 12 Things To Do for Kids & Families in Houston This Week
- The Infinite Immersive Experience: Final Days at Silver Street Studios | Daily through Easter Sunday, April 17 – Catch your last chance to head to the final frontier in a 60-minute VR experience that takes visitors aboard the International Space Station to hear from astronauts and marvel at stunning views of Earth and the cosmos. Starting at $36; $32 for students (13 and up); $17 for ages 8 to 12. Prices vary depending on date and availability; ages under 8 are not permitted. Times vary; closed Tuesday.
- Sugar Land Space Cowboys vs. Round Rock Express at Constellation Field | Tuesday, April 12 to Easter Sunday, April 17 – The new-look Space Cowboys (formerly the Sugar Land Skeeters) take the field for the first time this season—and only time in April. They’ll kick off a six-game series with the Round Rock Express to start the Triple A season. $7 and up. Times vary.
- Disney on Ice presents Mickey’s Search Party at NRG Stadium | Thursday, April 14 to Easter Sunday, April 17 – Slide on over to NRG Stadium to see Mickey Mouse and his friends on adventures filled with world-class skating, high-flying acrobatics, and unexpected stunts. $25 and up. Showtimes vary.
- Men’s Final Four Fan Jam Truck Roll-In at Discovery Green | Friday, April 15 | FREE – In celebration of the NCAA Men’s Final Four coming to Houston in 2023, the Fan Jam truck hits Discovery Green where fans can shoot some hoops, take photos with the Final Four trophy, and enjoy live music, mascot appearances, games and more. Noon to 4pm.
- Family Movie on the Plaza: Hop at Houston Public Library in Downtown | Friday, April 15 | FREE – Head to the outdoor plaza at Downtown’s Houston Public Library for a film screening of the 2011 animated film, Hop. Noon.
- EggTivities at the Woodlands Children’s Museum | Friday, April 15 & Saturday, April 16 – Kids are welcome to delight in egg dyeing, crafting a bunny mask, embellishing egg carton baskets, and snapping photos with the Easter Bunny at the Woodlands Children’s Museum. $7 for ages 1 and up. 10am to 2pm.
- More Easter Egg Hunts & Family Activities Around Greater Houston | Friday, April 15 to Easter Sunday, April 17 – Hunt down Easter eggs, treats, and other family-friendly activities taking place across Greater Houston from Friday, April 15 through Easter Sunday, April 17. Dates and times vary.
- Easter Excursion at Rex Meador Park in Seabrook | Saturday, April 16 | FREE – Grab a passport and hop around Easter festivities in Seabrook as kiddos collect goodies from community partners at Rex Meador Park. 10am to noon.
- Annual Zoo Egg Hunt & Picnic at TGR Exotics | Saturday, April 16 – Bring the kiddos to meet with animals, participate in an egg hunt, and enjoy some crafts for Easter at TGR Exotics in Spring. $10 and up. 11am.
- Easter Egg Hunt with Goats at Rose Therapeutic Farm | Saturday, April 16 & Easter Sunday, April 17 – Have a fun-filled family day on the farm learning about goats, chickens, pigs, rabbits, mini horses and Daryl the Cow. Enjoy craft activities for the kiddos and an Easter egg hunt on the farm grounds in Brookshire. $15; free for ages 2 and under. 10am to 12:30pm.
- Luna Easter Brunch at Blossom Hotel Houston | Easter Sunday, April 17 – Celebrate Easter in style at the family-friendly Luna Easter Brunch at the new Blossom Hotel Houston in the Medical Center, complete with a brunch buffet, bottomless Champagne and mimosas, fun activities for kids, and more. $92.60; $33.95 ages 5 to 10; free ages 4 and under. Reservations required. 11am to 2pm.
- Aprilis Cup at Houston Polo Club | Easter Sunday, April 17 – Houston Polo Club marks Easter Sunday with a special candy toss for kids at halftime, along with the Champagne divot stomp. There will be world-class polo, a player parade, great music, and expert announcing. Individual courtyard tickets are $32.50; $15.50 for ages 12 and under. Boxes for 2 to 20 guests range from $89 to $895. 5pm.
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