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Hop On Over to These Bucks County Easter Events

Grab those baskets!

From Quakertown to Yardley, the Easter Bunny is hopping his way through Bucks County and we’ve got his itinerary! Scroll down for our extensive list of Easter events, from egg hunts, parades, brunches, activities and more. Remember, it’s always important to check in with the organizer of any event to confirm the information provided is up to date, especially in the event of inclement weather.

See an egg hunt you might have missed in your area? Scroll down for tips on how to host your very own egg hunt!

Peeps in the Village Competition at Peddler’s Village

Peddler’s Village, 100 Peddlers Village, New Hope
Monday, March 13 through Sunday, April 23

Peddler’s Village presents the 4th Annual PEEPS® in the Village competition. Entries will be on display from Monday, March 13 through Sunday, April 23. The colorful display will include more than 90 creations of wall art, dioramas, and sculpture, featuring the popular Pennsylvania-made bunnies and chicks, and carefully handmade and contributed by Philly-area residents and organizations. Admission to the display is free. Housed in the Visitor and Event Center, located in the off Street Road and Peddler’s Lane.

Peeps in the Village

Peddler’s Village’s Old Fashioned Easter Egg Hunt

Peddler’s Village, 100 Peddlers Village, New Hope
April 8, 10:30 am, 12 and 2 pm

Hop over to the Visitor and Event Center field for an Old-Fashioned Easter Egg Hunt! This is a timed and ticketed event with limited capacity for each time. Each time slot features separate areas for ages 1-3, 4-7, and 8-10 with prizes guaranteed for all! For $12, children will receive an Easter basket, six eggs during the hunt, a Peeps candy treat, a plush pal toy, a chance to win the grand prize and selfies with the Easter Bunny.

Photo by Christine Wolkin

Froehlich’s Farm Egg Hunt and Spring Festival

April 1 and 2, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

3143 York Road, Furlong

Hop on over to the farm for a hippity hoppity good time at Froehlich Farm’s Annual Egg Hunt and Spring Festival Saturday April 1 and Sunday April 2. Bring your favorite Easter basket for the egg hunt and don’t forget your camera for pictures with the Easter Bunny! General Admission: $10.00 – Includes admission into festival area to enjoy live music and fire pits. Activity Pass: $15.00 – Includes admission into festival, visit with the Easter Bunny, kids craft, air gun shootout game, monster slide, inflatables, petting zoo and egg hunt.

Elmo’s Eggstravaganza

Select dates from March 25 through April 10
Sesame Place, 100 Sesame Road, Langhorne


Guests can safely visit Sesame Place for a hoppin’ good time with rides, shows, surprise mini parades, and special Easter fun with everyone’s favorite furry friends. Get physically distant photos with the Easter Bunny in his Picture Patch, go on an Easter Egg scavenger hunt, and shake your bunny tail at the Furry Friends Bunny Hop Dance Party! You can also reserve a meal with Elmo, Abby, and the Easter Bunny for even more fun. Book tickets in advance, as capacity is still limited at Sesame Place.

Bunny Hop at Brilliant Baby and Beyond

Saturday, March 25

1210 Bethlehem Pike, Unit A3, North Wales

Bring your little bunnies (ages 1 to 5 years old) to Brilliant Baby and Beyond for some Easter fun! You and your child will have the opportunity to experience sensory activities, wall art, movement, and a take home Easter craft. Tickets are $30 per child (each additional sibling is $10) and that includes a storyline, sing along and refreshments. For tickets, click here.

Shady Brook Farm’s Easter Eggstravaganza and Breakfast With the Bunny

April 1, 2, 6, 7 and 8
931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley


Take a wagon ride to the “hunting hrounds” where kids will find 6 candy-filled eggs, get a prize, and meet the Easter Bunny. There will also be go-karts, an obstacle course, inflatables, sports zone, and more in the Festival Field. Tickets available online. In addition, before or after your hunt, enjoy a endless buffet and a meet and greet with the Easter Bunny. For tickets to this event (which requires a separate ticket from the egg hunt), click here.

Meet the Easter Bunny himself at Shady Brook’s Easter Eggstavaganza

Kids’ Easter Egg Hunt at the Pearl S. Buck Estate

April 1, 10 am – 12 pm

520 Dublin Rd, Perkasie

Join the Pearl S. Buck House for a free, community-wide Easter Egg Hunt! There will be separate egg hunts for different age groups; in the event of inclement weather, the egg hunts will be moved inside. Come find eggs filled with candy, stickers, and toys – arrive at 10 am and meet the Easter Bunny himself! After your egg hunt, stay and peruse our gift shop or take a tour of the Pearl S. Buck House National Historic Landmark museum. Click here to register.

Photo by Christine Wolkin

Annual Photos with the Bunny and Easter Egg Hunt

April 1, 1 pm
Quakertown Farmers Market, 201 Station Rd, Quakertown

Have an ‘eggsceptional’ day at the Quakertown Farmers Market for their annual egg hunt. They’ll have over 10,000 Filled Eggs plus additional prize eggs for children ages 0 through 9 (ages categories are 0-3 years, 4-6 years, 7-9 years) in the North Lot across from the Garden Center. Remember to bring your basket when you hop on over to the hunt! Additionally, the Easter Bunny will be set up starting at 11 am for photos in event Room #201.

Warwick’s Funny Bunny Egg Hunt

April 1, 1 pm
Warwick Community Park, 1733 Township Green, Jamison

Celebrate Spring with Warwick’s 28th Annual Egg Hunt sponsored by Hatboro Federal Bank. Bring your children to Community Park for an afternoon of family fun as the kids join their age group and scour the park for eggs (each with a candy surprise!). Mr. Funny Bunny will also be there for special photos! Please bring your own camera and your own basket for eggs.

Lower Makefield Township Parks and Recreation’s Egg Stravaganza

April 4-6, various times

1550 Oxford Valley Rd. Yardley as well as other locations

Lower Makefield Township invites you to visit their parks and find thousands of eggs over a three-day period. Parks Staff and volunteers will be hiding them a couple times daily at six different parks. There will be big and small prizes out there so happy hunting!

Easter Egg Hunt at Newtown Athletic Club

April 8, 10 am

120 Pheasant Run, Newtown

Every Bunny is welcome for an Egg-cellent Easter Egg Hunt event at NAC on Saturday, April 8th. This event will have egg hunts for all ages, pictures, spring crafts and more!  The Easter Egg Hunt will be divided into 45 minute time slots separated by age. To register, visit bit.ly/NAC-Egg-Hunt.

10:00am – 3 and under
10:45am – 4-6 years old
11:30pm – 6-8 years old
12:15pm – 8+ years old

Easter Eggstravaganza Food Truck Festival

April 8, 11 am – 4 pm
2350 Bridgetown Pike, Feasterville-Trevose

Hop your way to Playwicki Farm for an Easter Eggstravaganza and Food Truck Festival! There will be a variety of delicious food trucks, an Easter Egg Hunt, visit with the Easter Bunny and take photos with your camera, moonbounces, face painting, pony rides, balloon art, stuffed animal making, vendors/crafters, a beer/cocktail garden, DJ and more! Parking and admission are free!

New Britain’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt

March 25, 9:30 – 11 am

207 Park Avenue, Chalfont

The New Britain Township Parks and Recreation Advisory Board presents its Annual Easter Egg Hunt and pictures with the Easter Bunny! Park your car at North Branch Park and visit the Easter Bunny on Saturday, March 25, 2023, from 9:30 to 11 am. If you’re family would like to donate, the New Britain Food Pantry will be accepting non-perishable or monetary donations.

Blooming Glen Mennonite Community Easter Egg Hunt

April 1, 9 am

713 Blooming Glen Rd Blooming Glen

Enjoy breakfast treats, fun games, hear the Easter story, and of course, an egg hunt at this free community event for children ages 0 through 5th grade. Come ready to hang out with friends and meet new ones too. Don’t forget your basket! Age brackets for the egg hunt typically are 0-2 year-olds, 3s-PreK, Kindergarten-2nd graders, and 3rd-5th graders.

Easter Egg Hunt at Faith Church of Sellersville

March 25, 11 am

Faith Church of Sellersville 700 North Main Street, Sellersville

Bring your egg hunting team to Faith Church of Sellersville for gift bags, inflatables, thousands of eggs, amazing prizes and more!

Host Your Own Egg Hunt!

There’s nothing worse than checking the calendar and realizing you’ve missed a super fun event your kids were looking forward to. We take that back. Have you ever arrived to an egg hunt late, sprinting with your toddler in tow across the lawn as the crowd snatches up all the eggs before your little one even had a chance? Don’t worry, we get it. That’s why we’ve created a how to guide on creating your very own egg hunt. You pick the time, the location, even the little treats inside the eggs so no one feels left out!

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  • Gather your supplies – You’ll need plastic eggs. A trip to the Dollar Store or Target or the local craft store is a great place to find these. Consider how many kids you’ll be inviting so that everyone gets their fair share (a minimum of 6 eggs per child is a good place to start). The other important thing is what you’ll stuff those eggs with! If you’ve got a lot of toddlers, we recommend checking out this list of non-candy ideas. Stamps, stickers, anything that won’t stick to their little teeth!
  • Call your friends – You can be as simple or as fancy as you want. Send them a text, giving them the time and the date or you can create a holiday-themed Evite. Again, it’s important to consider how many kids will be there and make sure there’s enough eggs for everyone! Once you have your RSVP list, see if anyone would like together beforehand to help fill the eggs.
  • Hide the eggs – You would think this is the easy part but it can be tricky wrangling all the kids inside so they don’t see this process! Designate a parent to keep an eye on the kids while the other grownups hide the eggs so they don’t see all those awesome hiding spots you find.
  • Let the children loose! – If there’s a big decrepency in ages, try giving the little ones a head start before the older kids. Or tell everyone ahead of time how many eggs each child is allowed.

Feature photo courtesy of Brilliant Baby and Beyond

Editor for Bucks County Parent. Email tips to christine@familyfocus.org.