The Best Easter Events for Kids in Palm Springs

Posted By: Sarah Romero Thursday, March 24, 2016

Palm Springs knows how to make Easter with the kids special. With the weather forecast calling for clear and sunny skies this Easter weekend, it’s the perfect time to get outdoors. Create springtime holiday memories while enjoying these festive activities in Palm Springs.


Palm Springs Firemen's Association Egg Hunt

Palm Springs Firemen’s Association Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Ruth Hardy Park

WHEN: Saturday, March 26, from 9:00 am to 11:30 am

Over 3,000 hidden Easter eggs and the Easter Bunny riding a fire engine! Need we say more? This 40-year plus Palm Springs tradition is open to all kids 2-9 years old. Bring your Easter basket for collecting eggs and your camera for snapping special moments with the Easter Bunny.

COST: FREE, and $5 per person for Pancake Breakfast following the Easter Egg Hunt


Boomers! Palm Springs Easter Event

WHEN: Saturday, March 26, at 11 am

Plan for a stimulating, full-day experience at Boomers. Come for the Easter Egg Hunt at 11 am, and stay to enjoy mini golf, go kart racing, the arcade, bumper boats, and the rock wall.


The Living Desert Easter Eggstravaganza

Eggstravaganza at the Living Desert

WHEN: Saturday, March 26, from 10 am to 2 pm AND Sunday, March 27, from 10 am to 2 pm

Where else can you see the Easter Bunny hanging out with a desert tortoise? Easter Weekend is an exciting time to visit Palm Springs’s very own zoo and botanical gardens. Four Easter Egg hunts daily over two days, Easter crafts, bounce houses, and zookeeper chats are only the beginning.

COST: Included with paid admission to the park (check The Living Desert website for prices)


Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Easter Morning Sunrise

Easter Morning Sunrise Service at The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

WHEN: Sunday, March 27, from 6 am to 10 am

Make sure to scratch this magnificent experience off your bucket list this Easter. Ride from the Palm Springs desert floor to Mountain Station in the Palm Springs Aerial Tram, taking you 8,516 feet up on top of the San Jacinto Mountains. Watch the sunrise from this unique vantage point and then enjoy the Easter service program followed by breakfast.

COST: regular admission and breakfast pricing available on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway website


EXPERT TIP: Wanting to put together a delicious Easter Egg Basket for the kids to find on Easter morning? Here’s a list of confectioners downtown to visit for sweet supplies.

Do you have any other suggestions of kid-friendly Easter celebrations happening in town this weekend? Tell us in the comments!

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