At Walt Disney World start with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny who are decked out in their Easter finery to great guests at Bunny Lane in the Magic Kingdom, and then follow them as they join sparkling butterflies, brilliantly colored springtime flowers, and even dancing Hippos for an Easter Parade down Main Street.
Then Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny hop over to Epcot to join in the fun of an Easter Egg hunt at the United Kingdom Pavilion.
While you’re in Epcot, be sure to check out other Easter Egg hunts, such as the one held each day in Future World East, and at the Heritage Gardens at the American Adventure Pavilion.
Many other Easter activities are held for guests staying at the various Disney Resorts. These include pool parties, games, Easter crafts, Easter Egg hunts, egg relays, and movies.
Walt Disney World will be celebrating Easter with religious services on Sunday March 31, 2013 at the Contemporary Resort in the Fantasia Ballroom. The schedule for services will be: Catholic Mass – 8 am and 10:15 am Protestant Service – 9 am
At Disney California Adventure you can hunt for oversized Easter Eggs throughout Redwood Creed Challenge Trail for a Wilderness Explorer Easter Egg Hunt. Track them down by following the clues and solving the puzzle, to earn your Spring Egg-tivity Badge.
Check out this sneak preview of the fun your family can have with a Disneyland Easter.
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