Hello Disney Tricksters,
This Trick is all about the Easter activities and how to experience them at Walt Disney World. From Meet and Greets with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny to Easter Egg Hunts, this post will tell guests when, where and how to have a great Easter at Walt Disney World.
Walt Disney World has some great Easter activities that have already begun as of April 13th and will last through Easter Sunday, April 21st. Easter Baskets are available for purchase at the gift store within each WDW Resort. Many guests decorate their hotel room windows with Easter stuffed animals, gel window appliques, and gel window stickers. There are special Easter cupcakes at all four parks. Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny meet at Magic Kingdom in the Town Square Courtyard next to Guest Services in the front of the park. Epcot has the Egg- Stravaganza Easter Egg Hunt where guests can search for hidden Easter Eggs within each country pavilion. Guests must purchase a map and can do so at most gift shops around Epcot. The price is $6.99 and, once completed, guests can choose one of 6 different character eggs as their prize. Larger than life Easter Eggs are currently on display at multiple hotels including: Grand Floridian, Polynesian, Contemporary, Yacht and Beach Club, and Boardwalk!
Park at the Transportation and Ticket Center then ride the resort monorail to each resort and see their Easter display. Be sure to buy some fun Easter Bunny chocolate delights in the Grand Floridian Lobby. Don’t forget to see the Easter Eggs at the Yacht, Beach Club and Boardwalk as well! There are multiple Easter Brunch options at Walt Disney World so be sure to call (407)939-3463 to make a reservation. Religious services are also held on Easter Sunday at Disney’s Contemporary Resort including Catholic Mass and Protestant Service.
Easter time at Walt Disney World is typically very busy but there are many fun activities to take your attention away from the crowds and focus on the magic. The Easter Eggs at the Grand Floridian have always been my favorite and this year did not disappoint! Ellen has created many of the Easter Eggs for the last 20 years and the last egg she made is on display at the Grand Floridian with images of some of the eggs she has made throughout the years. Moments highlighting incredible Cast Members like this are what make Easter at Walt Disney World special to me.