As we welcome a repertoire of Easter activities this coming Good Friday, it is the opportune reminder to stop and smell the flowers! There’s no better way than to celebrate life’s blessings by taking your family out for some weekend fun. As you prepare for the long weekend ahead, here’s a list of Easter activities you might wish to consider for your gallivants.
1. Easter Egg Hunt at Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park might be an unsuspecting venue to celebrate Easter at. This year, they are hosting an Easter egg hunt at the Waterfall Aviary. As they say – finder’s keepers! Lucky finders of the golden egg get to win special prizes.
Besides their main egg hunt event, there are also other Easter activities such as building-a-craft-basket, making their own Easter hats, a Wonderland maze, as well as photo opportunities at the forest display.
Price: $25 for children, $38 for adults
When: 1 April to 3 May
2. Easter Egg Hunt at Gardens by the Bay
In collaboration with local farm Bollywood Adventures, Gardens by the Bay is organising exciting Easter activities over the long festive holiday. This event comes in line with the new launch of the Active Garden, where your little hunter tots will have to go digging for all the hidden eggs.
Snag a chance to take part in a sure-win lucky dip when you find all these gems! Even if you haven’t, fret not – all participants will also get to take home a pot-a-sunflower to grow their own plants.
Price: $20 per child; $5 per accompany adult
When: 15 to 17 April
3. Easter Art Workshop at CocoArtSG
For more handicrafts, CocoArt SG is also holding a variety of art workshops for kids aged 3 to 6 years old. At the end of each workshop, you can expect your kid to come running home with their masterpieces. Think clay trinkets, relief printing, canvas painting, and more!
While each Easter activity session costs $68, there’s also a bundle package of $195 for 3 workshops or $300 for all 5 workshops.
Price: $68 per session
When: 28 March to 15 April
4. Happy Easter: Carnival Camp
With a variety of 40 different Easter activities lined up during the camp, some which tops the list include T-shirt designing, acrylic stained-glass printing, growing your own Easter grass garden, horse riding and feeding, and more!
We are sure this Easter carnival camp will be a fun, jam-packed week for your kids! A big bang for your buck – simply drop your kids off at this camp, and be rest assured they will be in good hands for the day.
Price: $490 for half day; $680 for full day
When: 11 April to 15 April; 18 April to 22 April
5. Easter Egg Hunt at HortPark
Can’t get enough of Easter egg hunts? Take it up a notch by pairing it with an egg-cellent brunch buffet at Vineyard located at HortPark. Here, you can expect to be treated with Easter specials such as roasted spring chicken and panna cotta for desserts.
With every table booked, there will be free drinks and a welcome gift bag. Specially for this event, they have hidden hundreds of Easter eggs around the lush greenery. Hunt for 5 differently-coloured eggs and win a special prize!
Price: $58++ per pax
When: 17 April, 10.30am (first sitting) and 12.45pm (second sitting)
6. Grand Easter Champagne Lunch Buffet
If food is a universal love language for your family, you’d want to be surprised by Hilton’s lunch buffet. Some delicacies on the menu include oysters, seafood, charcuterie boards and cured fishes.
For a gastronomic Easter activity, Hilton is offering their Grand Easter Champagne lunch buffet with yet another egg hunt and pottery making classes. Remember to come clad in the best outfit as there will also be a best-dressed competition!
Price: $59++ per child and $168++ per adult
When: Hilton Singapore Orchard
7. Alice-in-Easterland by The Tiara Society
Along the shores of breezy East Coast, The Tiara Society is hosting a thematic Alice-in-Easterland activity for the weekend. There’s simply no better association with Easter than with the cute bunnies!
On this magical adventure, there’d be plenty of photo opportunities while meeting and greeting with Alice, Red Queen, White Rabbit and the Cheshire Cat. Of course, no Easter is complete without the classic egg hunt!
Credit: The Tiara Society
Price: $55 per child; $20 per adult
When: 15 to 17 April
8. Egg Painting and Story Telling at Genius Central
If you’re looking for easy Sunday Easter activities, the Genius Central is opening its space for a brunch session.
As long as you dine with them, your kids are entitled to a repertoire of free activities – an egg-painting and story-telling session, as well as a kids-eat-free meal!
When: Genius Central
Now that you’ve gone through these Easter activities, it’s time to get clicking and make reservations to celebrate the joyful weekend!