Are your kids excited to search out some colorful Easter Eggs at the Easter Egg Hunts in Columbia, SC this year? Maybe you’re looking for more Easter things to do, like catching up with the Easter Bunny for a special bunny photo. Or, maybe an Easter craft activity is more to your liking. Either way, we have a totally huge list of Columbia’s Easter Egg hunts and Easter events to help you out.
We hope it’ll help you make the most of the Easter season in Columbia, SC with your family!
We’ll be adding to this list throughout the Easter season, so check back soon for all the best Easter events in Columbia, SC!
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Easter Egg Hunts: Columbia SC
Clinton Sease Farm Easter Egg Hunts
April 8, 2023: 10 am to 1 pm- Children’s Easter Egg hunt that includes a cow train, wagon rides, bubbles, playground, obstacle course, and photos with the Easter Bunny. Tickets are $15 or $10 for those not participating in the egg hunt.
Read our review of Clinton Sease Farm
Clinton Sease Farm also offers an adult Easter Egg Hunt on April 1st at 6:30 pm.
The Great Lexington Egg Hunt
And now for a different kind of egg hunt! Visit Lexington parks and match each egg to the correct location.
Print your form or pick one up at the Lexington Town Hall.
Submit your form by April 10th for a chance to win!
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Easter Bunny Photos: Columbia, SC
Photos with the Easter Bunny are a time-honored tradition. Where can you can get a photo with the Easter Bunny in Columbia, SC?
Visit these events to snap a picture with the Easter Bunny.
Easter Bunny Photos at Columbiana Centre
100 Columbiana Circle, Columbia, SC 29212
Bunny Photo Experiences run March 17th, 2023 through April 8th, 2023
Photo package costs range from $40 – $50. You need to either pay $20 at booking and select photo package at your appointment or select the desired package at booking. (Your $20 booking fee will be applied toward the package purchase.)
Book in advance! Easter Bunny at Columbiana Centre
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Free Easter Bunny Photos at Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops
Head up to Greenville, SC or Charlotte, NC for an opportunity to get a free professional, printed 4×6 photo with the Easter Bunny at Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops. Registration opens March 25th, 2023, and you will definitely want to register in advance.
- Saturday, April 1st, 11 am to 6 pm
- Sunday, April 2nd, 11 am to 4 pm
- Monday, April 3rd, 5 pm to 8 om
- Tuesday, April 4th, 5 pm to 8 pm
- Wednesday, April 5th, 5 pm to 8 pm
- Thursday, April 6th, 4 pm to 8 pm
- Friday, April 7th, 11 am to 6 pm
- Saturday, April 8th, 11 am to 6 pm
- Sunday, April 9th, 11 am to 3 pm
Visit the Cabela’s Easter Event page to find the location nearest you and to register.
Columbia’s Bunny Brunches and More
Who doesn’t want to have breakfast or brunch with the Easter Bunny himself? Or maybe you can catch the bunny and share a special cupcake, cookie, or Easter treat.
Make plans to head to one of these places and you can spend some time with the Easter Bunny and enjoy some yummy food, too!
Riverbanks Zoo Breakfast with the Bunny
Riverbanks Zoo Breakfast with the Bunny on Sunday, April 2nd, 2023 is sold out.
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Easter Egg Hunt Tips For Families
Choose Your Egg Hunt Wisely.
Choose a hunt that fits the age of your children and their temperaments. A fast, competitive child might enjoy a free-for-all egg hunt, but some children might find the same hunt frightening and sadly leave without a single egg.
No one wants tears at an Easter Egg hunt, right?
So, find out . . . What are the rules for this egg hunt?
- What are the ages of kids hunting together?
- Is there a limit of eggs per kid?
- How large is the event? (The larger the number of kids hunting at the same time, the greater chance there will be some aggressive behavior from the kids hunting.)
- How much waiting is involved?
Easter is mid-April this year which means the day could rapidly go from a cool early morning to a hot late morning or afternoon depending on the weather.
- Think layers. Keep them on if it’s cooler, or take off a layer if it gets warm or if your kids get hot from running around.
- Remember the sunscreen. The UV index can catch you by surprise this time of year.
- Footwear should be something kids can run in. Tennis shoes are best. Keep those toes covered so they don’t get stepped on or bit by ants.
- Many of the public hunts offer bounce houses for the kids to play in so be sure your kids wear socks.
Plan time to park. Give yourself at least 30 minutes before the hunt is scheduled to begin for parking and registration. If your egg hunt has an age requirement for a specific time, your child will likely only be allowed to hunt at that time.
Bring water and snacks if you think the kids will get hungry waiting for the hunt to start.
Stash some backup eggs in the car. If your kiddo isn’t able to collect any for whatever reason, you’ll be glad you did!