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10+ Places In Ottawa You Can Easter Egg Hunt

Tracy Arnett

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Apr 4 6 minutes read

Best Spots In Ottawa To Enjoy This Fun Easter Tradition


The Easter egg hunt is as ubiquitous as the Easter Bunny itself. Who doesn’t love a Sunday morning romp through slowly awakening gardens or even just through the house in search of yummy treats to fill your basket?

While a home-based Easter egg hunt is always fun, even more fun is finding an organized outing of hidden sugary treasures to enjoy. With that in mind, we’ve hunted out several egg hunt options up to and including Easter Sunday.

So, hop to it!


1) Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm

What: Easter egg hunt through the sugar bush. Turn in your lost eggs to the Easter Bunny for a special prize. While advance ticket purchases are sold out, you can still get same-day tickets on site if available.
When: April 6-20, weekends only
Where: Edwards
Cost: $5.25 for adults; $7.50 for children, plus tax
Details: stanleysfarm.com


2) Children’s Museum

What: The Sparkling Egg Hunt is back. The Easter Bunny has hidden 10 sparkling eggs throughout the Children’s Museum. Find them all to collect a sweet treat.
When: April 8-17
Where: Gatineau
Cost: free with museum admission
Details: historymuseum.ca


3) Kanata Academy of Martial Arts

What: Activities, crafts, photos, contests, treats, and, of course, an Easter egg hunt. Open to all members of the community.
When: April 18
Where: Kanata
Time: 5-6:30 p.m.
Cost: Free
Details: eventbrite


4) Diefenbunker Museum

What: A family-friendly scavenger hunt using camouflaged eggs. There will be three levels of difficultly to accommodate a variety of ages and abilities. No chocolate eggs will be hidden. Instead, eggs are affixed to walls and other hiding spots and not removable. You’ll be given a scavenger hunt checklist and pencil to tally up where all the eggs are hidden. At the end of your scavenger hunt, you will receive a treat bag that is nut-free.
When: April 20
Where: Carp
Time: between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., plan on taking 2 hours
Cost: $12, in advance
Details: diefenbunker.ca


5) Agriculture Museum

What: Welcome the spring baby animals and hop on a tractor ride (weather permitting) to look for signs of spring. New this year, kids can take part in an egg roll race in the meadow. Then enjoy a barn party as DJ Rico puts on great family music. There’s also a photo booth, face painting and more.
When: April 19-22
Where: near Dow’s Lake
Time: between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Cost: $38 per family (individual prices available)
Details: ingeniumcanada.org


6) Carlingwood Community Association

What: A frenzied egg hunt on the honour system, with parents ensuring their child stops after finding 10 eggs
When: April 20
Where: Woodroffe Park
Time: 10 a.m. (but parents must hide 10 eggs per child at 9 a.m.)
Details: allevents.in


7) Ottawa Humane Society

What: Activities and treats including Easter bunny visits and photos, scavenger hunt, craft and bake sale, crafts and games, face painting, cookie decorating
When: April 20
Where: 245 West Hunt Club
Time: 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Details: ottawahumane.ca


8) McKellar Park

What: Outdoor egg hunt and cookie potluck. Parents must hide 10 eggs per child before the event
When: April 20
Where: McKellar Park Field House
Time: 10 a.m.
Details: allevents.in

9) Valleyview Little Animal Farm

What: The farm re-opens for the season with four days of egg hunts and regular farm activities, including riding the Valleyview Express and enjoying the creative farm playground.
When: April 19-22
Where: Fallowfield
Time: between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Cost: $10
Details: valleyviewlittleanimalfarm.com


10) Perth Tourism

What: Egg hunt (bring your own basket), children's music, balloon artist clowns, fire truck, and more. For children 8 and under.
When: April 20
Where: Stewart Park, Perth
Time: 11 a.m.
Details: lanarkcountytourism.com


11) Cumberland Museum

What: Hop into Spring. Vintage Easter traditions from the 1920s and 1930s. Enjoy family-friendly fun with the Easter Bunny Challenge, traditional egg dyeing, planting carrot seeds, and more. The Heritage Livestock Club of Eastern Ontario will be bringing some furry, and feathery, visitors along and the Easter Bunny might make an appearance.
When: April 20
Where: Cumberland
Time: between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Cost: $19.75 per family (individual prices available)
Details: ottawa.ca


12) Billings Estate

What: Enjoy family-friendly fun inspired by the spring season on the Billings farm. Explore Easter traditions as well as life on the farm as you complete activities and collect tokens to redeem for a delicious treat.
When: April 20
Where: Billings Bridge
Time: between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Cost: $17.50 per family
Details: facebook


13) Bytown Museum

What: Take part in an egg-hunt throughout the museum. Where have they hidden the colourful Easter eggs among the three floors of exhibitions?
When: April 21
Where: downtown
Time: between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Cost: Free with regular admission
Details: bytownmuseum.com


Enjoy Easter with your family and friends!!

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