2018 Easter egg hunts in Fort Worth TX
Are you looking for something for your kids to do this Easter? How about a good old-fashioned Easter egg hunt? Of course you can set one up at home, but why not try something grander with all the options that we have in the DFW area? See what we mean with our list of Easter egg hunts in Fort Worth, TX for 2018.
Texas-Sized Easter Egg Hunt
Location: Stockyards Station
Address: 130 East Exchange Avenue
City: Fort Worth, TX
Every year, the Stockyards Station puts on an Easter egg hunt worthy of Texas. This year, it takes place on March 31, which is the Saturday before Easter. It starts at 12:00 PM and lasts until 4:00 PM, and the best part is it’s free! Built for children ages 0-12, bring your children and have a grand old time.
Eggstravaganza and Egg Hunt
Location: Denton Civic Center
Address: 700 Oakland Street
City: Denton, TX
The city of Denton to the north has a lot going on this Easter. With their Eggstravaganza and Easter Egg Hunt, over 30,000 eggs will be hidden waiting for discovery. It’s all free and it starts at 11:30 AM on March 31. There’s also a teen Easter egg hunt the night before at the Denia Rec Center.
Rabbit Hunt & Easter Event
Location: Delaney Vineyards
Address: 2000 Champagne Boulevard
City: Grapevine, TX
Often rated as one of the best Easter egg hunts in the DFW area, you should plan on visiting Delaney Vineyards on Saturday, March 31 to see what the Colleyville Lions Club puts together. It’s free and the event runs from 12:00 PM until 4:00 PM. Let your kids meet Mr. & Mrs. Bunny, Peeps, and the Mad Hatter.
Easter Bunny Seasonal Train Rides
Location: Grapevine Vintage Railroad
Address: 705 South Main Street
City: Grapevine, TX
It may not be an Easter egg hunt, but your kids can hop on board, get some sweet treats, and even get a visit with the Easter Bunny. This event lasts about an hour and runs from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Easter Sunday, April 1. Tickets are $14 a person, and you can pre-purchase online and reserve your place in line.