Top 10 Places in San Diego to Celebrate Easter

Dated: 04/16/2019

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With Easter weekend upon us, cities are preparing for a full weekend of Easter festivities.  San Diego in particular, prides itself with many activities for everyone, including brunch specials and egg hunting events for the kids.  Whether you live in San Diego, thinking of visiting for the first or second, you don’t want to miss the top 10 places to celebrate Easter in San Diego this weekend!

La Jolla Spring Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 20.  The hunt is on at the La Jolla Recreation Center! Families can enjoy an excitement-packed morning with a lively Spring egg hunt, crafts and more.  Peter Rabbit, who will be hopping around for a photo shoot with his adoring fans, so mke sure you have your cameras ready to capture!

The price includes arts & crafts, the meet-and-greet with Peter Rabbit, and a goodie bag! The egg hunt happens every half hour, separated by age group. If it rains, the hunt will be held indoors.  Time: 10 a.m.–12 p.m. (doors open at 9:30 a.m.). Cost: $10 per child.  Details: La Jolla Recreation Center spring programs

Belmont Park’s Easter Bash

Sunday, April 21.  Belmont Park will offer different festivities throughout the day including free photos with the Easter Bunny and an egg hunt on the beach (purchase the beach egg hunt tickets in advance) with times staggered based on age groups (for ages 12 and under only).  A separate Egg Hunt inside Belmont Park will begin at 1:00 p.m. and is free to children 12 and younger.  *Time: Check website for details, cost: $6 per child for the Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny photos are free.  Details: Easter at Belmont Park

Easter Brunches, Egg Hunt and More at Hotel Del Coronado

Sunday, April 21.  Multiple Easter events are happening at the Hotel Del Coronado, one of the most iconic buildings in California. Choose between lavish Easter brunch in the Crown Room including carving stations, international cuisine, live music, and free-flowing champagne or Easter brunch at Sheerwater with an omelet bar, taco bar and carving station in addition to classic brunch favorites.  You can also attend an Easter Service in the Carousel Room, an Easter petting zoo, and egg hunts (complimentary for brunch and hotel guests).  Easter egg hunts, divided into age groups, are scheduled from 10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. Reservations are strongly recommended for Easter Sunday brunch and egg hunt (which can be done through the details link below).  Times: Varies based on events.  Details: Easter at the Hotel Del Coronado

Carlsbad EGGStravaganza Spring Festival.

Join the Egg Scramble where children race to collect candy-filled eggs, and enjoy crafts, “soak the bunny,” cookie decorating and fun zones. 10 am-1 pm. Activity cards/unlimited Fun Zone wristbands $5. Poinsettia Park, 6600 Hidden Valley Rd.

FIREFLY EATERY & BAR - Brunch & Egg Hunt

Sunday April 21.  The Dana on Mission Bay. $50/ADULTS & $20/CHILDREN AGES 10 AND UNDER. Call 619-225-2125 for more details.  Neighborhood: Mission Bay and Beaches


Sunday April 21.  Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines.  $60 PER GUEST.  Neighborhood: La Jolla
La Jolla Birch Aquarium

Saturday, April 20 & Sunday, April 21, 11 am-3 pm.  Explore animal eggs, join an “underwater egg hunt,” make a shark egg craft, see Scuba Bunny in themed dive shows and more.  Included with admission. 2300 Expedition Way, La Jolla.

FREE Egg Hunt in Encinitas

Featuring 20,000 eggs plus performances by Hullabaloo and kids’ activities. 10 am-noon; visit website for egg hunt times. Encinitas Community Park, 425 Santa Fe Dr.

FREE Easter Egg Hunt in Poway

Living Way Church hosts this event that also includes crafts, Bennie and Bonnie Bunny, and a Fun Zone. 8 am-1 pm. Poway Community Park, 13094 Civic Center Dr.

FREE City of Oceanside Egg Hunt

Prizes, a magic show (10:30 am) and the Easter Bunny. 10-11 am. For ages 3-11. Mance Buchanon Park, 425 College Blvd.
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