Who doesn’t love searching for pastel plastic eggs full of candy and prizes? But sometimes finding an Easter egg hunt to go to is harder than finding the eggs themselves. That’s why we put our egg hunt hunting skills to the test and found them for you:
Eggsellent Easter Egg Hunt for Special Needs Kids – The Collierville United Methodist Church is inviting the Special Needs Community to an egg hunt just for them! Alongside the egg hunts, there will also be food trucks, bounce houses and a petting zoo.
Memphis Mom Blog’s 1st Annual Easter Egg Hunt – They’ve got vendors, games, snacks and a DJ spinning kid-friendly jams. The afternoon at Holy Rosary School will be host to five different egg hunts: ages 1-3, ages 4-6, ages 7-10, an allergy-free hunt that will have toys in lieu of candy and a wheelchair-friendly hunt. The Easter Bunny will also be in attendance, with a professional photographer on hand to commemorate the day.
After Dark Easter Egg Hunt – Germantown Parks & Recreation returns its annual evening hunt for kids age 9-12. It starts around sunset, so you’ll need a flashlight for hunting, and participants must bring their own basket or bag. There are door prizes to be won and concessions available for purchase.
Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Bonnet Contest – Bartlett Parks & Recreation is bringing the search shenanigans to Freeman Park. Age groups will be split up into different hunts: age 3 and under, ages 4-5, ages 6-7 and ages 8-10. There’s also an Easter bonnet decorating contest that will be judged on creativity, originality and visual appeal. Plus, we’ve heard the Easter Bunny will be there to kick off the hunts and then hang around for photos.
Easter Eggstravaganza – Thousands of eggs, a petting zoo and prizes will be in Cameron-Brown Park as Germantown Parks & Recreation hosts their second egg hunt event of the weekend. There will be four hunts throughout the morning for ages 1-2, ages 3-4, ages 5-6 and ages 7-8.
Hide & Peep Egg Hunt – Oak Court Mall invites you to bring the family out for a great time in a safe environment. The ever-busy Easter Bunny will be there for photos!
April 13 – 20
Easter Egg Hunts at Cedar Hill Farm – CHF is providing fun for the whole family with pony rides, face painting, Easter Bunny photos and of course egg hunts. Baby chicks and ducks are also available for purchase. Events take place daily, and the full schedule can be found Cedar Hill Farm’s website.
Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired and the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad are partnering to bring Easter fun to persons who are blind and visually impaired. The Memphis Beeping Egg Hunt will start at 9:30 AM and last until noon at 4791 Willow Road, Field Number One, Willow Park. Each Easter egg will make a beeping noise. Participants with visual impairments will hear the eggs, even if they can’t see them. This is the first accessible beeping egg hunt in Memphis/Shelby County.
Easter Bunny Visits Bass Pro – The Easter egg hunt happens on the 20th, and Bass Pro provides your child with the bag as they search all throughout the store for five eggs. However, all week long starting on the 13th (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) you can get their photo taken with the Easter Bunny and receive a free 4 x 6 photo – and Monday through Thursday the first 75 kids get a mystery giveaway prize!
20th Annual Southaven Easter Egg Hunt – Make your way to Snowden Grove Park for a chance to meet the Easter Bunny and try your hand for searching for more than 50,000 eggs. Age groups include 0-4 years, 5-7 years and 8-10 years old. Bring your own Easter basket and camera for photos. The event also features moon bounces, face painting, a petting zoo and train rides.
Family Egg Hunt at the Garden – The Memphis Botanic Garden reprises its annual egg hunt, complete with age-friendly areas, magic and a 96-acre hunt complete with prizes for the adults. Age groups include 3-5 years, 5-7 years and 8-10 years, plus there’s a bunny hop for the tikes ages 2 and under. Prices vary for members and the general public, so check their event page for more info.
Easter Centerpiece with Regina Berryman – This event takes place at the Memphis Botanic Garden as well, but on April 18 join Regina Berryman, internationally-known designer, for this hands-on class using fresh flowers and fresh vegetables. All supplies are provided but students will need to bring some hand tools.
Elmwood Cemetery’s Easter Egg Hunt SOLD OUT – If you’ve ever wanted to hunt for Easter eggs in a cemetery, this is the event for you. Unfortunately, the 2019 installment is full up, but we thought we’d give you advanced noticed for 2020 since the limited spots for this hunt go quickly. Better hunting next year!