Baltimore Easter Egg Hunts 2021 may be limited this year due to COVID-19. Last year, most were cancelled, this year some are, but some will happen with limited capacity or as a different event. The Easter holiday is Sunday, April 4.

Here are a few Easter Events in the Baltimore area.

If you know of any others, please let me know, and I will add them to the list.


The Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company will be bringing the Easter Bunny to local communities this year.

On Sunday, March 21, the Easter Bunny will visit the neighborhoods of Springdale, Sherwood Hill, and Hunt Valley Station/Hunters Run.

On Sunday March 28 VCFC will bring the Easter Bunny to visit Loveton Farms, Highlands and Greencroft, and Sparks Valley. Visit their facebook page for more information.

In addition to the Easter Bunny visit, as a fundraiser, they are selling egg hunt kits to be picked up from the Easter Bunny on March 27th or delivery by special guests in specific areas for an extra fee on March 28th. More on their website.



TrinityLife – The Eggcellent Adventure Drive Thru Event – Saturday, March 27, 11am-1pm. Hunt for Easter eggs from your car, wave to costumed characters, and go home with tons of prizes like Chic-fil-A gift cards, family activities for Holy Week, and Easter eggs filled with candy. TrinityLife is located at 2122 W Joppa Rd, Lutherville, MD 21093. More information on their website.



Weber’s Cider Mill Farm – March 27, 28, 29, April 2 & 3 – Tickets for Easter at Weber’s Farm must be purchased in advance online, there will be no drop-ins allowed. Tickets will not be available for purchase at the farm. More information on their event pages on their Facebook page.



FRESH MCKENZIE Farm – 5445 Patterson  Road, Baldwin, MD 21013.

Saturday, March 27th at 2pm, Helicopter Easter Egg Drop (Rain/Wind Date Saturday, April 3.) You must be on Farm by 1:15 for the Helicopter Egg Drop. Bring your own basket.

Friday, March 26 and April 2 at 7:30pm Bonfire and Flashlight Egg Hunt Nights. No reservations. First Come, First Served. Bring your own basket.

More information on the Fresh McKenzie facebook page.



Friday, April 2-Sunday April 4

10am-2pm Each Day. Bunny BonanZOO. – The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, One Safari Place, Baltimore, MD 21217

This year will look different due to COVID-19. There will be no “egg hunt” this year, but there will be stations throughout the Zoo where kids can collect candy-filled eggs and Mary Sue Candies chocolate eggs via socially-distanced candy chutes. The Easter Bunny and Zoo mascots will be there for socially distanced photos.
There will be carnival games to play for an additional fee. Games will be disinfected after each use, so prepare for extra time between players.
There will be a craft distribution station where children can take a craft home.

Additional details on the Maryland Zoo’s website. This year, you will need to make a timed reservation in advance.



Saturday, April 3 starting at 11am. “West Towson Easter Bunny Drive By.” The West Towson Neighborhood Association has arranged for the Easter Bunny to visit the neighborhood children as the bunny will be driven through West Towson beginning at 11am. More details on the event facebook page.


This year definitely looks different due to the pandemic. Above are a few ways to join in the fun, whether or not you celebrate the holiday.