6 Easter Egg Hunts in Middle Tennessee

Lucky Ladd Farms
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We’ve rounded up a handful of community Easter egg hunts happening this year. Know of an Easter egg hunt we missed?

photo by Donna Vissman

1Aspen Grove Community Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 3, 10 am-noon
Aspen Grove Park, 439 Cool Springs Boulevard, Franklin

The community is invited to an Easter egg hunt at Aspen Grove Park. Egg hunt will begin at 11 am.

 

photo from Lucky Ladd Farms

2Lucky Ladd Farms

Friday – Saturday, April 2-3, 11 am – 4 pm
4374 Rocky Glade Road, Eageville

Celebrate spring with the Easter Bunny as he gets things hopping around the Farm! This family-friendly event features all your favorite farm attractions, non-stop egg hunts, and you will meet some of our brand new sweet fuzzy baby animals. It’s an EGG-citing way start the spring season! Easter Bunny meet-and-greets takes place each hour throughout event.

Purchase tickets here.

photo from Nashville Zoo

3Nashville Zoo Eggstravanganzoo

Saturday, April 3, 9 am – 4 pm

Nashville Zoo, 3777 Nolensville Pike, Nashville

Nashville Zoo’s annual spring celebration is back with egg hunts and Easter fun for children of all ages. With Covid safety precautions in mind, the Zoo will host 13 egg hunts on an egg hunt field larger than ever before. Other activities include keeper talks, animal encounters and animal egg hunts throughout the day around the park.

Reservations are required for everyone, including members, and capacity is limited, so we HIGHLY recommend purchasing your ticket or reserving your entry time as soon as possible. Entry times will sell out.

Purchase tickets here.

photo from Adventure Park Facebook

4Easter Egg Hunt in the Trees

Friday, April 2, noon – 8 pm
The Adventure Park Nashville, 801 C Percy Warner Boulevard, Nashville

Join us Easter weekend, April 2-4, for our Easter Egg Hunt in the Trees! The Easter bunny will be hard at work hiding eggs for a COVID-friendly hunt all weekend long.

Purchase tickets here. 

5Mill Creek Brewing Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 3, noon – 6 pm
2008 B Johnson Industrial Boulevard, Nolensville

Students at Ravenwood High School  are part of a 7- week competition run by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. As part of the competiton to raise money, they’ve created an Easter Egg hunt event with activities. Egg Hunts begin at 1 pm and 3 pm.

Cost is $8 to participate along with additional face painting and acitivites.

6Easter Egg Hunt at FPC

Saturday, April 3, 11 am
First Presbyterian Church, 101 Legends Club Lane, Franklin

FPC is hosting an Easter Egg hunt on Saturday, April 3. Ages infant to 8-years-old can participate in the free event. This will be an outdoor socially-distanced event with masks required to attend.

Register for the event here.