Egg Hunts & Easter Events in Milwaukee

One of the best things about March in Wisconsin is that people are really just OVER IT with winter and are ready to think spring! Even if there is still a chill in the air and some lingering snow on the ground, you are sure to find some great egg hunts and other events around the Milwaukee area to enjoy with your family. And who knows….it wasn’t that long ago that we hit the 80s in March! 

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Be sure to check out websites to confirm all event details. 

Happy egg hunting and happy spring! 

March 4-March 26

The Easter Bunny at Mayfair: The Easter Bunny will be in the lower level center court every day. Hours to visit are 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sunday. Extended hours on March 19, March 25 and March 26. Mayfair Mall, 2500 N. Mayfair Rd.

March 6

Caring Bunny at Southridge Mall: A subdued and welcoming environment for families with special needs children to meet the Easter Bunny. 9-10:30 a.m. Southridge Mall, 5300 S. 76th St., Glendale.

March 12

MKE Moms Blog Family Egg Hunt: A event of family fun at Kids in Motion in New Berlin featuring open play, an egg hunt divided by age groups, spring photo booth, appearances by the Easter Bunny and Queen Elsa, and more! Guests will get to interact with local businesses, enter to win fantastic giveaways, and participate in a food drive and raffle to benefit Hunger Task Force. This event is SOLD OUT. 8 am – 10:00 am. Kids in Motion, 14135 W Greenfield Ave, New Berlin.

Easter Egg-Citement: Families will enjoy games, lunch, arts and craft activities, and of course, the outdoor Easter egg hunt! Lunch includes a hot dog, chips and juice. Children will receive a treat bag and can sit with the Easter bunny for a keepsake photo (one per family). A ticket is required for everyone attending the event. 10 am – 1 pm. $3 per ticket. Kosciuszko Community Center, 2201 S. 7th St., Milwaukee

March 19

TETNA Egg Hunt: The Tosa East Town Neighborhood Association is hosting is annual egg hunt. 10 a.m. Center Street Park, 6420 W. Clark St., Milwaukee.

Callen Construction Bunny Event: Meet the Easter Bunny, get a photo taken and enjoy fun family events. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Muskego Showroom, S63 W13131 Janesville Rd., Muskego

New Berlin Easter Egg Hunt & Pancake Breakfast: Community Egg Hunt at 9:30am, please bring (1) food pantry donation per child and a basket for gathering eggs (ages 3rd grade and younger). Pancake Breakfast with the Bunny, Breakfast seatings at 8:30am & 10am. Limited Seating-Register in Advance for Breakfast. Walk-ins available as space allows. $5 – $7, New Berlin Community Center, 14750 West Cleveland Avenue, New Berlin.

Mukwanago Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt: Large egg hunt divided into 4 age groups. The fun begins at 9:45 AM as the children and adults line up at the South West corner of the Field Park pavilion to receive a raffle ticket.  Save these tickets for a random drawing following the Easter Egg Hunt. Mukwanago Field Park, Hwy 83 and NN, 

March 19 & March 20

Breakfast & Lunch with the Bunny:  Breakfast is served at 9 a.m. Saturday only, and lunch is at noon in the Zoo’s Peck Welcome Center. The cost includes breakfast or lunch, a special visit from the Easter Bunny, sweet treats, live entertainment and Zoo admission. Cost: $20/child or adult; $6 for children 2 and younger. Registration is required at (414) 256-5466 or online at milwaukeezoo.org.

March 26

Jelly Belly Hoppenings: Visit and have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Video train tours 9 am – 4 pm. 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Jelly Belly Visitor Center, 10100 Jelly Belly Lane, Pleasant Prairie.

Egg Day at the Zoo: Kids age 8 and under can search for special Easter-themed tokens and redeem them for sweet treats! Join a parade with the Easter Bunny and his costumed character friends. Many other FUN activities! 10 a.m. Hop-to-it Bunny Scavenger Hunt; 2 p.m. parade. $14.25/adult, $11.25 for ages 3-12. Admission for children 2 and under is free. Milwaukee County Zoo, 10001 W. Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee.

Family Easter Egg Hunt:  Each child will venture out to search high and low for hidden eggs. This is a candy-free hunt and prizes will be awarded to all participants. After the hunt, discover the wonders of Wisconsin’s egg-laying animals and color eggs using natural dyes. This event will appeal to the whole family. For everyone’s enjoyment, group sizes for the hunts will be kept small, children will be divided according to age, and bag limits will be set. When you register, please specify your child’s age. Pre-registration requiredNon-members $7 per child; All Riveredge Members: $5 per child. Three egg hunt times: 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. $7. Riveredge Nature Center, 4458 County Highway Y, Saukville.

Racine Zoo Egg-Stravaganza: Bring your chickadees to enjoy the following activities: Hunt for the seven knock-knock doors throughout the Zoo to earn eggs, Play special bunny-themed games, Make fun bunny crafts, Enjoy making a yummy snack, Take advantage of great food specials at Max & Jenny’s Jungle Grill, Have your photo taken with our extra special guest…the Easter Bunny! Event is included with regular Zoo admission. Photo with the Easter Bunny is $4 (a digital photo with commemorative border will be emailed to you) after the event. Racine County residents receive $1 off admission. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Racine Zoo, 2131 N. Main St., Racine.

Elm Grove Easter Egg Hunt: Elm Grove’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, March 26, promptly at 9:30 AM in Village Park, rain or shine. Funded and organized by the Elm Grove Junior Guild, the event is free and open to the public. Families are encouraged to arrive early for a chance to meet the Easter Bunny and enjoy free coffee and hot chocolate. Bring your Easter basket and head over to the large gazebo, just south of the playground for some hunting fun. 9:30 am. Village Park, Elm Grove.

Town of Brookfield Egg Hunt: All children 8 years old and under are invited to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt. Children will be grouped by ages. There will also be an Easter Egg “Crawl” for the tiny egg-hunters. Bring your own basket and your camera for pictures after the hunt with the Easter Bunny! Marx Park, 700 S Barker Rd, 10:00 am sharp.

Hippity Hoppity Easter Event: A traditional egg hunt for children 2-9 years of age, and an Easter Bonnet Contest open to people of all ages and pets. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos, plus live children’s music by Shana Harvey. After the event at Possibility Playground, hop from business to business downtown Port Washington with the Easter Bunny. 10 am – 1:00 pm, Possibility Playground and Downtown, Upper Lake Park, Port Washington. 

Big Bend Easter Egg Hunt: Egg hunt divided into four age groups. Admission is free and cameras encouraged for photo ops with the Easter Bunny. Toddlers through 8 years old most appropriate ages to attend. 1:00 pm, Floyd Swayze Park in Big Bend.

More Easter Events

2016 Bunny Train: The ride is a ten-mile round trip starting at the East Troy Depot. Enjoy Easter activities such as coloring and face painting. Kids can participate in an Easter Egg hunt during the heated train ride to the Elegant Farmer. Enjoy live bunny and chick displays by local 4-H students and treats at the Elegant Farmer. Visit the Easter Bunny for a photo opportunity and a special gift before returning to East Troy on board our train.Boarding is only done at our East Troy Depot and advance reservations are recommended. 2002 Church Street, East Troy.

Cheep, Cheep Easter Celebration: This free, family-fun event features the Easter Bunny and a 4-H menagerie of bunnies in costume, baby chicks and guinea pigs for petting and enjoying. Visiting The Elegant Farmer each year at Easter, the 4-H members educate and introduce children of all ages to the animals they have raised and cared for as part of their 4-H project.March 19, 20 & 26, 2016.  10 am – 4 pm. 1545 Main St, Mukwanago, WI  

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