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2019 Easter Egg Hunts in Northern Virginia and More Spring Fun

Bookmark our great, big, complete guide to 2019 Easter Egg Hunts in Northern Virginia for family-friendly celebrations of spring  at parks, farms, zoos, and towns. Many events that require registration fill up quickly, so reserve your spot soon.

Easter falls on Sunday, April 21st in 2019, which means that most of the Easter egg hunts are held during the month of April. However, several of the larger spring celebrations begin in March. Events are listed below in three groupings—Parks and Historic Sites, Farms and Zoos, and Towns—in order of start date. Follow the links for additional details on hours, fees, and registration.

Parks and Historic Site 2019 Easter Egg Hunts

Most Northern Virginia county and regional parks will host 2019 Easter Egg Hunts in April. Several of these events require registration, and they sell out quickly. Book your spot early as they will likely fill up.

Fairfax County Parks

Enter Egg Hunt or Easter in the Search Text box to find all of the Fairfax County Parks 2019 Easter Egg Hunt sessions.

Loudoun County Parks

NOVA Parks

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Prince William County Parks

20th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Lee-Fendall House, Alexandria, Apr 19 – 21

The Easter Bunny will fill the Lee-Fendall House garden with hundreds of colorful toy-filled Easter eggs! Other activities include games, crafts, a sticker station, refreshments, and photos with the Easter Bunny. Every participating child will receive an Easter Egg. Children aged 0-12 are eligible to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt, while older children and adults enjoy other activities. Follow the link for daily schedule. $15/$5 children 1 – 18/19 and up.

Farm and Zoo 2018 Easter Egg Hunts

Spring Festival and Easter Egg Hunts, Ticonderoga Farms, Mar 30 – Apr 28

Ticonderoga Farm’s annual Spring Festival kicks off March 25th, with egg hunts and visits from the Easter Bunny on weekends. Kids and adults can visit the giant slides, bounce pillows, pedal karts, playgrounds, take a hayride, visit farm animals, a bamboo maze, and much more. Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to Egg Hunts and remember to bring your own basket or bag for collecting eggs. Follow the link for event details and directions; admission is $10.95/$14.95 weekdays/weekends. 10:00 – 5:00.

2019 Easter Eggs-travaganza, Reston Zoo, Reston, Apr 13, 14, 20, 21

Hunt for Easter eggs, play in the Kid Zone, face painting, safari tours, camel rides (additional charge), and more family fun.  Admission is $20.00 and advanced purchase is recommended for this event, which normally sells out. 9:00 – 4:00.

Egg Hunt and Marshmallow Harvest, Great Country Farms, Bluemont, Apr 6 – 7

Amaze your little ones with the chance to harvest a few marshmallow peeps to roast on the bonfire and join in an egg hunt. There are multiple age-specific egg hunts each day (over 18,000 eggs filled with treats). Admission includes egg hunts, a chance to see spring chicks and baby animals, and a wagon ride. Follow the link for the schedule for your child’s age group. Buy tickets in advance to avoid the line. $10 child, $12 adult. Combine your outing with a hike to Bears Den or a stop at Dirt Farm Brewing for brews with views.

Easter Egg Hunt, Leesburg Animal Park, Apr 13, 14, 20, 21

Hunt for thousands of toy and candy-filled eggs at the 20th annual Easter Egg Hunt and visit with the Easter Bunny. Egg hunts are by age group, and advanced tickets are required.

Town 2018 Easter Egg Hunts

Many towns hold free Easter Egg hunts for residents of their community. Here is a list of town events that do not specify “residents only” in their listings. Some events require registration or tickets.

Family Flashlight Egg Hunt, Apr 12 and Egg Roll and Easter Fun, Apr 13, Vienna

Easter egg hunt, photo: Vienna Virginia

Easter egg hunt in Vienna,; photo: Vienna Virginia

Gather the family and a flashlight and head to Glyndon Park for a Friday evening search for eggs and prizes in the dark. Kids can also enjoy the moon bounce and visit with the Easter Bunny. The Egg Hunt begins at dark and tickets are $3 per family member (max six per household). 7:30 pm.

Children 12 and younger are invited to join in an Old-Fashioned Egg Roll on the lawn of the Freeman House, hosted by Historic Vienna, Inc. and the Town of Vienna. Children can decorate hard-boiled eggs, get their photo taken with the Easter bunny, “hunt” for eggs, and race one another in the egg roll. Free, no reservations required; 10:30-11:30. Both Vienna events are held rain or shine.

Eggnormous Egg Hunt, Sunrise Valley Elementary School, Reston, Apr 13

Enjoy a great Reston tradition at Sunrise Valley Elementary School. Enjoy games, entertainment by a strolling magician, moon bounces, and the ever-popular egg hunt (bring a basket). The egg hunt starts at 10:30 a.m. sharp. No reservations, free for children infant to 8. 10:00 – 11:30.

Easter Egg Hunt, Fairfax, Apr 20

Join the annual Egg Hunt at Van Dyck park. This special event is open and free to the community. Half hour hunts by age group every half hour from 10:00 – 1:00. No registration is required but only 300 children are allowed per age group. Arrive early to receive a wristband. Follow the link for age schedules and new rules about parent participation.

Easter Egg Hunt, Falls Church, Apr 20

Bbring a basket and join the annual family celebration. Children dressed in their spring finest can hunt for candy and special eggs in Cherry Hill Park and have their photo taken with special guest, the Easter Bunny.

Easter Egg Hunt, Herndon, Herndon, Apr 20

Bring your basket to collect eggs and other spring goodies at Herndon’s old fashioned Easter celebration, featuring games, arts and crafts, music, a visit with the Easter Bunny, and timed egg hunts by age group. The fun begins at 9:30; follow the link for age-group egg hunt times. $9/$10 advance/day of event.

2019 Easter Photos at Northern Virginia Malls

Spring decorations Ritz-Carlton Tysons VA

Spring decorations at Ritz-Carlton Tysons VA

2019 Easter Egg Hunts are a great way to kick off a spring full of family fun. We wish you happy egg hunting and a very beautiful spring!

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2019 Easter Egg Hunts in Northern Virginia. A complete guide to 2018 Easter Egg Hunts and family-friendly celebrations of spring in Northern Virginia parks, farms, zoos, and towns.


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