Extra special egg hunts that will make you smile

Screen Shot 2014-04-15 at 9.53.33 AMTraveling for Spring Break? Maybe you’re close to one of these extra special Easter egg hunts! We’ve rounded up some really unique and interesting egg hunts happening around the nation.

MSCR Flashlight Egg Hunt
Madison School & Community Recreation – Saturday, April 10
When the Park gets dark, over 1000 eggs lie in wait and the hunt begins! A few will find one of the 30 lucky prize eggs. Participants are encouraged to bring a strong flashlight and a bag to collect eggs in the moonlight. This event has already passed, but mark your calendar for next year!

The 136th White House Easter Egg Roll
The White House – Monday, April 21
The First Family hosts the 136th annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House. This year’s theme is “Hop into Healthy, Swing into Shape”. Over 30,000 people are expected to assemble on the South Lawn to join in on the fun! Other activities hosted during the event will encourage children to lead healthy, active lives in support of the First Lady’s ‘Let’s Move!’ initiative. This year’s featured keepsake egg commemorates Bo and Sunny, the First Dogs. Follow the event on Twitter, #EasterEggRoll.

The Big Egg Hunt
New York – The month of April
An artsy twist on the traditional easter egg hunt! Faberge presents The Big Egg Hunt in New York City. Over 300, 2.5 foot tall egg sculptures have been designed by renowned artists all over the world. These egg sculptures have been hidden in Manhattan during the month of April. At the end of the event, the sculptures are auctioned off and proceeds from the event benefit “The Elephant Family and Agnes Gund’s “Studio in a School”. Participants of the event are competing for an opportunity to win one of three Faberge specially designed jewelry egg pendants.

Egg-Stravagazna 2014
Walt Disney World, Epcot – April 10-20
Disney is always thinking of magical adventures for their visitors! Why should Easter be any different? Search high and low for Disney characters at the Epcot park. When you find a character, place it’s egg sticker on the map. Completed maps can be returned to the Disney Trader for a special prize! Spoiler Alert – watch this video, some of them are REALLY hidden!

Pancake Breakfast & Spring Egg Hunt
San Diego: Fallbrook Community Center – Saturday, April 18
Hungry for a little bit more? After completing the Fallbrook Community Center egg hunt, join the Spring Bunny for a tasty pancake breakfast! You can’t beat this fun morning activity and breakfast. Breakfast is just $4 for adults, and $2 for kids. Egg zones are arranged by age groups, so kids of all ages have a great chance at finding the hidden goodies.