Top Easter events in the U.S.
Whether you want to stay within the US or travel abroad for Easter this year, we have picked three of the trendiest egg hunts and egg rolls taking place this Easter weekend.
World’s largest Easter egg hunt
The Copper Mountain Ski Resort in Denver, Colorado is playing host to the world’s largest Easter egg hunt for 2018. Search for your share of more than 65,000 eggs spread over 2,500 acres. And don’t worry about getting a rotten egg – the egg hunt takes a modern approach by dropping plastic eggs that contain prizes.
Parents, you can get in on the fun too, as the ski resort will host an all-ages egg hunt on the mountain. Scour the slopes for 12 golden eggs at this early sunrise hunt that kicks off at 8:30 in the morning. Other events include an Easter breakfast at 8am along with live entertainment and additional egg hunts happening through to noon. Best of all, the egg hunts are free. Tickets to the breakfast start at $25 and should be purchased in advance.
Biggest egg hunt in Hawaii
Hawaii’s biggest Easter egg hunt, held by King’s Cathedral, will host four different egg hunts. On March 30 you can start your hunt bright and early at 8am at the Lahaina Youth Center, or wait until lunch for the hunt at Kalama Park. For late risers, the 4pm hunt is held at the Pukalani Park. If you can’t make it to the Friday egg hunts, there’s a fourth hunt at the Keopuolani Park Soccer Pit at 10am on Saturday, March 31. Bring the kids for the free fun, which includes eggs stuffed with prizes and a puppet show.
White House Easter egg roll
This year it’s the 140th annual White House Easter egg roll where eggs take on a whole new spin for the holiday. First Lady Melania Trump will conduct the annual egg roll a day after Easter on April 2. Want to be part of the White House Easter egg roll? You have two options – to attend as a participant or volunteer to help out.
Every year participants are chosen via lottery at random. You’ll need to submit an application online to be a volunteer. This year the participants and volunteers have already been selected, but there’s always next year! It’s definitely worth the wait as this is an American tradition that dates all the way back to when Rutherford B. Hayes was president in 1878.
Whatever your decide to spend your Easter holiday hunting for eggs, Chapman Freeborn is ready to assist you. Consider a group air charter to help you accommodate your friends and family for one of these fabulous Easter experiences.
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