Family Activities for Easter 2019

Easter is not only a holiday and a good dose of chocolate; it is also an opportunity to do fun activities with the family. Easter egg scavenger hunts, farms, zoos ... Here are some fun suggestions for activities all over Quebec.

Chocolate race from museum to museum

Go on an adventure through the streets of Old Trois-Rivières, from the POP Museum to the Ursuline Museum to discover the fascinating history of chocolate! An activity for the whole family! The activity will be held rain or shine ... we are not made of chocolate!

When: April 20, 9am - 4:30pm

Duration: about one hour

Price: 10$/person. Ages 4 to 10, accompanied by an adult.

Easter at the zoo!

The Ecomuseum Zoo in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, gathers young and old for this creative egg hunt. Who best hides their eggs? The lynx or the fox? The turtle or the golden eagle?

In addition to this essential activity, families will have the chance to see the real Easter bunny, who will distribute cuddles and chocolates all weekend. Zoologists from the Ecomuseum Zoo will also be there to create unforgettable encounters with some of the most popular animals in the area. Not to mention the talented make-up artists, who will be at work to create beautiful works of art on the faces of the little ones, free of charge. No child will leave the zoo empty-handed, guaranteed! A tradition to adopt this year!

When: April 20-21, 9am - 4pm

Price: average 15$/person

Tons of Chocolate, games, and a DJ!

At Tremblant Village, they celebrate Easter in style! Take part in one of the many activities offered in the village for the occasion: interactive games, children's make-up and chocolate distribution, in addition to a visit of Easter bunnies!

When: April 21, 10am - 4pm


Egg hunt at the Canadian Children's Museum

A springtime tradition among the most popular is back! The Easter Bunny hid 10 colorful eggs all over the Canadian Children's Museum in Gatineau, Quebec. Find them all and receive a chocolate egg as a reward! To participate in this great family activity, pick up an official hunting license from the Canadian Children's Museum Travel Agency. Then play the detective to find the eggs, then claim your reward.

Price: Free with museum admission (12-20$)

When: April 14-22, 9:30am - 5pm

Easter at the Farm

Spring has sprung at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, in Ottawa, Ontario! After a long cold winter, the barns and farm have come alive with the arrival of newborn animals. Welcome the soft, little lambs and kid goats, marvel at the rabbits’ silky fur, and observe the fluffy, newly-hatched chicks, ducklings and turkey poults. Hop on a tractor ride (weather permitting) and look for signs of spring! 

Children can participate in an egg roll race in the meadow — sure to bring laughter for the whole family. Bring a picnic blanket and rubber boots and enjoy what the Canada Agriculture and Food museum has to offer while Eccentric Adam entertains the crowds. Let’s shake, rattle, and roll — enjoy a barn party as DJ Rico puts on great family music. You and your family can dance while awaiting your turn to take a fun photo in the photo booth.

Don’t forget to wear your boots, it’s muddy at the Museum in the spring!

When: April 19-22, 9:30am - 4:00pm

Price: 38$/family

Egg hunt at the Champlain Mall

By popular demand, the famous giant labyrinth and virtual coconut hunt will be back to celebrate Easter at the Champlain Mall in Brossard, Quebec! Young and old can have fun and discover the cocos hidden by Boris, our naughty rabbit. On site, you can download the mobile application to find the hidden eggs and leave with delicious chocolates. A free family meeting not to be missed!

When: April 19-20, 10am - 5pm

Where: The central court

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