This pup may not look excited, but under that 'Why me?' exterior lies the heart of an Easter Adventurer.  So pack up your own adorable litter and head for these exciting Easter Events all over the County! 

Famous Hayrides to Bunnyland at Linvilla Orchards
There’s no place quite like Bunnyland where children can hop aboard a hayride that winds through the woods to the Easter Bunny’s house! Be sure to bring your camera since the Easter Bunny likes to take pictures and give special treats to everyone who visits.

Adults will find plenty of  Easter treats to take home at Linvilla's Fresh Market & Bakery.

Their Farm Market will be stocked with Easter breads, Easter cakes, and of course Easter candy. Cheese babkas, hot cross buns, cupcakes, cookies and Linvilla’s famous pies will be freshly baked for you to indulge and tastefully celebrate holiday traditions. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW by calling 610-876-7116.

Visit the Garden Center to check out their incubator full of newly laid eggs.  This year, you'll see baby quail hatch and take their first steps.
Then moo-oooooove over to the Farmer's Market where you'll see adorable baby Calves, as well! 

LOCATION: ON OUR MAIN STREETS
Bunnyland at Linvilla Orchards
Sat & Sun, March 17th & 18th
March 24th - 31st
11am -4pm
$9.00 per person

Take your child on an Easter Egg Hunt! Just be prepared to answer the age-old question:  Where do Easter Eggs Come From?!?!?!?
Before you crack like an egg under the pressure...here's what we found at HistoryRocket.com: It all starts with the Easter bunny.
  • The Anglo Saxons considered the rabbit to be an animal associated with the goddess of fertility, Ostara. Possibly due to their prolific rate of procreation :)
  • The legend of the Easter Egg may have originated in Germany, where children believed in the appearance of the egg laying hare every Easter and were taught to encourage its visit by building egg-friendly nests. 
  • Alternatively, the belief in a rabbit who lays eggs may have begun far earlier, with the Romans who believed that the egg is the origin of all life on earth. 
  • The American tradition of the Easter egg hunt began in the 1700s right here in Pennsylvania when the Germans migrated to the New World with their belief about the egg laying rabbit. 
  • It soon spread across the country with parents hiding eggs for children to find. Then the traditional hard boiled eggs turned into eggs made out of chocolates and thus, began the practice of hiding Easter eggs. 
Check out these Easter Egg Hunts all across the County!

MARCH 31st
Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation Easter Egg Hunt
Search the fields of the farm to find eggs with treats and surprises in them!  After the hunt there will be a puppet show by the Segal Puppet Theatre Company, and families are invited to stay and explore the farm, meet the animals and learn a little bit about life in the Colonial Era.

Follow the crowd to the most HISTORIC Easter Egg Hunt in the County...
a 'Colonial' Egg Hunt at the PA Plantation in Ridley Creek State Park.  

This event can sell out, so purchase tickets online in advance to be guaranteed a spot and to avoid the line of people paying at the door.

LOCATION: ON OUR MAIN STREETS
Colonial PA Plantation
3900 N Sandy Flash Dr, Newtown Square, PA 19073
Click here for the Colonial Plantation Website and Tickets
There are 3 hunts, divided by age group
11:00 AM - (1 to 4 years old)
11:15 AM - (5 to 8 years old)
11:30 AM - (9 to 12 years old)
Admission is $8.00 for adults and children ages 4 to 12.
Children under age 4 are free.

MARCH 24th - Great Media Easter Egg Hunt 
11:00 AM to 11:30 AM ---- Glen Providence Park, Media.

MARCH 31st - City of Chester
Sun Village Park at 12:00 - Memorial Park at 12:00 - Chester Park at 2:00
All are FREE ---- Call 610-447-7725 for details

MARCH 24th - Great Media Easter Egg Hunt - Free!
Glen Providence Park, 11:00 a.m. ----  Rain Date March 25, 1:00 p.m.

MARCH 17th - Aston Township’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Bunny Brunch 
Aston Community Center, 3270 Concord Rd, Aston  PA 19014   10 a.m.  sharp
Easter Bunny will be on hand for free hugs and photos
Rain Date for Hunt only - Saturday, March 24
Aston Township Website

APRIL 8, at 3:00 and 3:30 - The Annual Spring Eggstravaganza
Radnor Township Egg Hunt at Villanova University Stadium