Easter is just around the corner and you don’t want to miss out on what Orlando has to offer that special weekend! With the best Sunday services, to a photograph with the Easter bunny and some of the funniest Easter egg hunts.
First, on the list Reunion Resort with Easter Brunch, Sunday, April 21st from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Grande Ballroom. The will also be having an Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 21st as well at 9:00 am. For more inflation and other fun activities, check out the full list here! Next, a popular destination is getting your photo taken with the Easter Bunny! And the best place for that is The Mall at Millenia. You can take your own photos or opt for a professional photo package. Enjoy Sunrise Easter Services both SeaWorld Orlando and Bok Tower Gardens, will be hosting sunrise services on Easter morning. And of course a very fun local Easter Egg Hunt in Winter Park on Saturday, April 20th!
Of course, I couldn’t forget about Walt Disney World, the Magic Kingdom will be having an Easter Bunny Meet & Greet – Mr. Easter Bunny will be available at Bunny Lane Garden to meet & greet with guests. Epcot will be having an Easter Egg Hunt – Once guests have their maps, they will be able to record hidden eggs, themed after Disney characters, by placing the right character sticker in the matching location on the special map. Lastly, Disney Springs will have a fun Easter photo prop with a larger-than-life Easter Basket and virtual backgrounds that depict picturesque spring scenes.
And lastly, if you’re looking for some amazing Easter Brunches Orlando has them all. The Walt Disney World Resorts will be hosting brunch buffets at the Four Seasons and Swan hotel, as well as other resorts surrounding the area. The best option is to look on OpenTable since spots fill up quickly! Check them all out here!
Here are some other Spring festivals to consider that weekend as well!
Mardi Gras at Universal Studios Florida™ (February – April)
Experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of the Big Easy’s biggest party right here in Orlando. The annual event features a nightly parade, authentic Cajun cooking, live concerts, a recreation of New Orleans’ French Quarter and plenty of beads.
Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld Orlando (Weekends, February – April)
Dine on a wide array of dishes from around the world and sip on craft beer and other libations at this food-focused festival. The event also hosts live performances from top names in music.
Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival (February – May)
Epcot’s springtime festival keeps expanding with Disney-themed topiaries, garden spaces, wildlife habitats, exhibits, and demonstrations. You can also enjoy garden-themed food and beverages, as well as the Garden Rocks concert series.