Easter is a time for friends and family to unite and have some fun! Listed below are places all around LA where kids of all ages can go out and hunt for some Easter eggs!
baclofen buy online, generic lioresal. Big Bunnya��s Spring Fling at the Los Angeles Zoo
Where else would the bunny want to celebrate Spring? The zoo of course! Big Bunnya��s Easter activities include an a�?egg-ucation stationa�? featuring fuzzy bunnies for petting, face painting, crafts, musical entertainment, Bubblemania, an all-day dance party and photos with Big Bunny himself (for a nominal fee).A�Mar. 31 a�� Apr. 1. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Griffith Park. Free with paid admission to the zoo ($16-$21). All ages.
Downtown Easter Fest
Kids will love mad dashing to gather as many of the 15,000 eggs on hand into their baskets (grouped by age). Parents will love that a portion of all proceeds raised by this event helps homeless families and kids. Also hoppening that day will be bouncy house fun, arts and crafts, games, face painting and more.A�Apr. 1. 2 p.m.- 5 p.m. Grand Hope Park. $25 per family (up to 7 people)A�or $5 per person; 2 and under free. All ages
Bunny at the Americana
Where else should the Bunny hang out while at the mall but the bunny bungalow of course? Have your family photos snapped so you can immortalize those Easter outfits forever. The best way to bring young ones is to book your time online and avoid the lines. The bunny hops in daily through Easter and is there from 10 a.m.a��7 p.m. (with a few carrot breaks so check the schedule before you arrive)
Egg-ceptional Celebration at The Arboretum
If your little bunnies have eaten their weight in candy before 9 a.m. and youa��re looking for some sugar-free fun, head over to the Arboretum in Arcadia. This beautiful botanical garden hosts an Egg Scramble for kids 10 and under where all eggs gathered can be exchanged for small (non-confectionary) prizes! There will also be refreshments and make-and-take activities, so families can celebrate and have a blast surrounded by lovely signs of Spring.A�Mar. 31. 9 a.m.a��Noon. Arcadia. $5 plus admission
Kidspace Egg Hunt
Your pint-sized peeps will be egg-static to search for hundreds of candy-filled eggs hidden in the museuma��s outdoor garden. Egg hunts are scheduled for specific age groups throughout the day so make sure you check out the schedule online ahead of time. Kids can also take part in spring art, bunny hopping and genuine bunny nuzzling!A�Mar. 24 and 31. 10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Pasadena. $6, plus Kidspace admission (pre-registration online required). All Ages
Hop to the Bunny Museum
If life-size Easter Bunny photos and candy eggs are not your thing but youa��re still hoping to feel festive, this a�?hoppiest place on eartha�? is an homage to all things bunny (and fits nicely into an Easter-themed outing). What better way to celebrate and a�?have a hoppy daya�? then a stroll through fascinating rabbit-related eggs-hibits and snuggling the museuma��s real-live bunnies (cats too!).A�Mon. a�� Sat., 12 p.m.-6 p.m. Sun., 12 p.m.a��5 p.m. Altadena. $8, kids 4 and under are free. All ages.