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Easter Eggstravaganza and Buffet (April 12). Celebrate Easter in the Old West with more than 15,000 eggs. Hunt is free. Buffet is $25.95; $9.95 for ages 4-12.


Easter Bunny Express (April 11). This is the hoppiest celebration at Verde Canyon Railroad. The experience begins with face painting and photos with and treats from the Easter Bunny. Onboard fun continues with a winner-takes-all jelly bean counting contest.

Litchfield Park

Easter Egg Extravaganza (April 11). Celebrate Easter with Easter egg roll races, Easter egg hunt train ride and live entertainment at Wigwam Golf Resort. Optional breakfast buffet with the Easter Bunny. 


Dino Egg Hunt (April 3 and 10). Enjoy a prehistoric egg hunt at the Arizona Museum of Natural History, plus crafts and activities. Easter Egg-Sperience (April 11). Celebrate spring with a day at Vertuccio Farms. Enjoy all the favorite farm-play structures, an egg hunt, furry farm animals and photos with the Easter Bunny. Easter Sunday Musical Lunch (April 12). Spend Easter Sunday listening to the melodic tunes of one of the largest theater organs in the world at Organ Stop Pizza. The all-you-can-eat pizza buffet includes salad and soft drinks. Beer, wine and ice cream are available for purchase. Advanced tickets required.


Dolly Sanchez Easter Egg Hunt (April 11). This Easter event is fun for the whole family and offers a chance to meet Mr. & Mrs. Bunny. There are candy hunts for eight age groups (ages 1-10) and one for individuals with disabilities. Highlights include pony rides, crafts, inflatables and carnival games and rides.


Jack Rabbit and the Easter Basket (March 25-April 12). The Easter Bunny has a problem. Lost Canyon, Arizona, is too far away, so he gets his cousin, Jack Rabbit to help deliver Sally Johnson’s Easter basket. This charming musical is best for ages 3 and older. Easter Fest (March 28). Hop over to Desert Ridge Marketplace’s District Stage and meet the Easter Bunny, who will be hosting egg hunts by age group, spring games, face painting and free photos. The event will end with a balloon drop and prizes. The Great Ahwatukee Easter Egg Hunt (March 28). Visit Ahwatukee’s Desert Foothills Park for an egg hunt, photo booth, photos with Easter Bunny, bounce houses, food trucks, games, face painting, balloon artist, raffles, music and more. Easter Egg Hunt (April 11-12). Enchanted Island Amusement Park hosts two days of egg hunts. Bring your own basket and arrive early. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos.


EGGstravaganza (April 21). Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary hosts its annual Easter event with egg hunts, Easter treats for the animals, a scavenger hunt, concessions, raffles and more. Don’t forget Easter baskets to collect eggs.

Queen Creek

Easter Egg-Citement (April 20). The Easter Bunny will be at Schnepf Farms. Kids can hunt for eggs and enjoy swings, jumping pillows, carousel rides and the petting zoo. Register online; spaces are limited.


Easter Bunny Meet, Greet & Treat at American Girl (April 5). Celebrate spring with your American Girl doll for a special breakfast treats and a meet, greet and photo op with the Easter Bunny! Great Egg Hunt and Family Fair (April 11). Arizona Boardwalk (formerly OdySea in the Desert) hosts this third annual egg hunt with grand prizes. Get professional photos with the Easter Bunny for $5 and see the Dino Bunny, courtesy of Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs. Plus live entertainment, bounce houses, slides, face painting, and Easter crafts.


Roxie’s Easter Egg Hunt (April 13-14). Take the family to Shamrock Farms for loads of Easter activities. Start off with a one-hour guided tour (including the cow nursery), followed by an Easter egg hunt, visits with Roxie and the Easter Bunny, face painting, balloon artistry and crafts. Reservations required.


Brunch with the Easter Bunny (April 4). Dave and Buster’s hosts brunch with Easter egg hunts, brunch, games and the Easter Bunny. Tickets include a breakfast buffet, mimosa station for adults, dessert, $10 Power Card, a photo with the Easter Bunny, an egg hunt, arts and crafts and more. Easter Egg Hunt (April 20). The Kiwanis Club of Tempe, along with Tempe High School Key Club and ASU’s Circle K International, host this free event for kids ages 10 and younger. More than 8,000 plastic prize-filled Easter eggs, pictures with the Easter Bunny, face painting, games and arts and crafts. Bring your own basket. RELATED: 6 children’s books for Easter baskets Easter craft: Bunny masks