Mark those calendars, Thanksgiving Point‘s 14th annual Easter Eggstreme is scheduled for Saturday, April 7, in the Electric Park from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The event includes Utah’s largest egg hunts for children up to 12 years old and a variety of Easter-centered activities for families.
Hunts with thousands of Easter eggs will be every half hour between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. New from years past, each hunt will be open to all children ages 12 and younger, but segmented into age group areas to ensure all have a fair opportunity to enjoy the experience.
Eggstreme activities include a bean bag toss, ring toss, inflatables, pony rides, crafts, relay races, face painting, the Chick-Fil-A cow and Easter Bunny, live baby animals at Farm Country, kiddy cow train rides, and others.
Advance ticket price until March 31 is $7 per child (12 years old and younger), $4 for adults and no charge for children 2 years old and younger. Admission includes unlimited participation in activities and one egg hunt. Admission the week of and at the door is $9 per child and $4 for adults. Thanksgiving Point members are $6 for children and $3 for adults at any time.
Concessions are available during the event, and Harvest Restaurant will feature an elegant Easter brunch from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for an additional cost.
It is highly recommended to purchase Easter Eggstreme tickets in advance to avoid lines on the day of the event. Tickets to Easter Eggstreme can be purchased at any Thanksgiving Point venue or at www.thanksgivingpoint.org. Easter Eggstreme is sponsored this year in part by Chick-fil-A and Sam’s Club.
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