There are so many fun ways to celebrate Easter at Disney World. If you headed that way for the holiday, or even if you wonder what Easter is like at Disney, I’ve listed some of the fun activities and events you definitely want to check out.
Meet the Easter Bunny
Hop on over to Magic Kingdom and meet the ever so adorable Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny! You will find this dynamic duo between the Chamber of Commerce and City Hall just on the left and side after you enter Magic Kingdom.
Visit the Resorts to Check Out the Easter Displays
During the Easter holiday season you can find some of the resorts decked out with elaborate Easter displays. One of the best displays is the one over at the Grand Floridian. Every year the chefs get together to create ornate themed chocolate edible egg displays. The amount of craftmanship that goes into these is truly amazing. Its fun to walk around and see the different themes as they do change from year to year.
New this year to the Grand Floridian even brought out “The Grand Cottage” . Very similar to the gingerbread house at Christmas time, this Bunny Cottage sells all sorts of Easter-themed you’re looking for something confections.
Several other resorts have gotten in on the fun too. You can find Easter displays at well at Yacht Club, Beach Club, and Boardwalk Resorts. Disney’s Contemporary Resort has a display of edible eggs inspired by Mary Blair the designer behind Small World and the mural in the Contemporary.
Try Some of Special Holiday Easter treats
All across Disney Parks and Resorts you can find a variety of special limited edition Easter treats. Bunny Butt Rice Crispy Treats can be found in Magic Kingdom along with Easter Bunny caramel apples and . The resorts all have their own version of a seasonal cupcake as well.
Disney Springs has some very unique items. The Ganachery sells a chocolate Minnie (with bunny ears) piñata that’s filled with Easter candies. They also have the ever-so-popular Bourbon Boozy Bunnies. The boozy bunnies are filled with sipping chocolate and Bourbon. They also sell a non-alcoholic version as well.
Book Easter Brunch
This year Steakhouse 71 will offer Easter Brunch on April 17th from 7:30 AM to 2 PM. You have to try the new and only offered seasonally lemon blueberry ricotta pancakes. Steakhouse 71 is located inside Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
Shopping is fun any time of the year but during Easter it’s even more fun! From specialty chocolate Easter confections to Mickey plushes in bunny suites scented like chocolate you can find just about everything you need to make the perfect Easter basket. Cherry Tree Lane in Disney Springs has the perfect dresses for Spring.
Floral Minnie Ears, character t-shirts, magic, bands, and more are fun gifts that are as much to shop for as they are to receive.
See the Easter Procession Parade
Every year on Easter you can catch this special Easter Procession Parade on Main Street in Magic Kingdom. You can expect to see characters such s Thumper, Daisy, Clarabelle, Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny and more. This usually happens just before the regular parade but be sure to check the times that day so you don’t miss this rare opportunity.
Easter can be a great time to be in Disney World with the milder weather. It can be very busy during the holiday but with the proper planning you can still get to do and see everything you want to and get to experience all the fun of a Easter holiday in the most magical place on earth.
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Here are some of my favorite things to bring on my WDW Travels!
Thank you for reading this article. I hope you found it helpful as you plan your magical vacation. Here are some things that I used on my own magical trips and I hope you’ll also find them helpful as well.
These are affiliate links, so if you do decide to use any of them, I’ll earn a commission. But in all honesty, these are the exact items that I use and recommend to everyone, even my own family.
General Carry Items: These are probably some of the most important things that everyone should have with them at Disney World.
A Good Pair of Disney Sunglasses – (I use this cheap pair all the time)
Every Day Chapstick – (I always have this on me anyway)
Sunscreen – (This is my Every Day Carry Sunscreen Ladies)
Park Bag: I’ve seen lots of people go to Disney World and make the simple mistake of not coming prepared. You can pick up a nice Loungefly park bag like this one and save the day for your family.
A Good Pair Of Sandals: Ladies, there’s nothing like a good pair of sandals like these in the parks. That way when it rains and your feet get wet you aren’t stuck walking around in a wet pair of sneakers all day.
Portable Neck Fans: These are just the most amazing little invention that you NEED to have at least for the kiddos. They charge via USB and are highly recommended, especially if you are going in the summer heat. You can check them out over here on Amazon.
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