The Easter bunny can be an elusive character to find this time of year. Here is a list we rounded up of local spots to find the Easter bunny in Boston!
Easter Bunny at the Roger Williams Zoo (Providence, RI)
April 8–9, 14–15
The Easter bunny will be at a spring festival on Saturday, April 8, at the zoo carousel. Additionally, all are welcome to visit with the Easter bunny at the carousel on Sunday, April 9, Friday, April 14, and Saturday, April 15, from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. at the carousel.
Easter Party at Jam Time (Maynard and Natick)
Come meet the Easter bunny and enjoy Easter games, sweet treats, and arts and crafts. No tickets required, first come first served with price of admission.
Easter fun is just a hop, skip, and a jump away at Stone Zoo! Guests are invited to celebrate with a visit to the zoo, where crafts, games, music, and other fun surprises await. And of course, no Easter celebration would be complete without a visit from the Easter bunny, who will be ready to meet-and-greet and pose for photographs.
Brunch on Easter Sunday
Easter Sunday is family day at Bastille Kitchen, with an Easter egg hunt for kids and appearances by the Easter bunny!
The Beehive’s famous Easter Sunday features brunch, dinner, live music, an Easter egg hunt, and a visit from the Easter bunny at brunch! Brunch runs from 9:30 a.m.–3 p.m. and costs $52; dinner goes from 5–10 p.m. with an a la carte menu.
Gather your family and friends for a special Easter Sunday brunch. Enjoy an extensive array of culinary options along with fun kid-friendly Easter festivities, like face painting and a special visit from the Easter bunny! The brunch costs $110/adult and $45/child (5-12). Adult price includes one mimosa.
The entire family will enjoy a bountiful Easter brunch offering, with something for every member, including a visit from the Easter bunny!