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Best Places To Spot The Easter Bunny

April 21, 2011 12:40 PM

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(Source: Reilly's Summer Seat Farm & Garden Center)

(Source: Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm & Garden Center)

“Hippity-hoppity, Easter’s on its way!” Though Peter Cottontail’s visit isn’t until Sunday, the Easter Bunny will be making appearances all around the ‘Burgh a few days early! We found some cool places to spot the Easter Bunny — and even spend a little quality time with him!
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Easter Egg Hunt in Bunnyland at Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm & Garden Center

1120 Roosevelt Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
(412) 364-8270
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What kid wouldn’t want to visit Bunnyland?! The trip isn’t as far as you might think! Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm & Garden Center, which is located just about 15 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, is holding an Easter egg hunt in Bunny Land this Friday and Saturday (April 22-23rd) from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Kids can take a wagon ride, search for Easter eggs, have their face painted, see the Easter Bunny, and more! Admission is $6.75 per child participating in the Easter egg hunt. Adults and kids not hunting for eggs pay just $3.00. Visit the Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm website to check out pictures from last year’s event and get more details!

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Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium’s Zoo Hop to Spring

7340 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
(412) 665-3640
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It may be too late to sign up for a sit down meal with the Easter Bunny, but kids will still have a chance to meet the big bunny (along with all the other creatures) at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium’s annual “Zoo Hop to Spring” this Saturday (April 23) from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Kids pick up a special passport, which is then stamped as they stop at different activity stations along the bunny trail. Stations include places to pet a bunny or touch a tiger pelt. At “Water’s Edge,” where the path ends, kids will get to meet the Easter Bunny. Radio Disney will also be there to add to the fun.
There is no additional charge to participate in “Zoo Hop to Spring,” once admission to the zoo is paid. For more details, visit the zoo’s website

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Bunny Trolley at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

1 Museum Road
Washington, PA 15301
(724) 228-9256
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All aboard! Kids can hop on the Bunny Trolley with the Easter Bunny this Friday and Saturday (4/22-23) at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in Washington. The fun gets underway at 10 a.m. and rides run every 45 minutes (the last ride of the day leaves at 4:45 p.m.). After the trolley trip, kids can enjoy an egg hunt in the picnic grove area. Admission is $9 for adults, $6 for children aged 3-15; kids under 3-years-old and museum members are admitted free. Families can take advantage of a special rate of $35 for up to 2 adults and 4 children! Visit Pa-Trolley.org for complete details!

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Easter Egg Hunt at the Clever Park Rotary Shelter

(at the Clever Recreation & Sports Complex)
Robinson Pool Dr.
Robinson Twp, PA 15136
(412) 788-8120
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Robinson Township’s Rotary Shelter at Clever Park is the site of an Easter egg hunt and other family-friendly games and activities on Saturday, April 23rd. The hunt begins at 1 p.m. and kids can even get a picture taken with the Easter Bunny for just $2.00! Visit the park’s website for directions and more.

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“Egg-cellent” Egg Hunt at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 622-3131
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Are your kids more interested in dinosaurs than sitting on the Easter Bunny’s lap? Take them to Oakland where the Carnegie Museum of Natural History is hosting its “Most ‘Egg-cellent’ Egg Hunt from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m on Saturday (4/23). Kids 12 and younger can earn prize-filled eggs as they find out more about the museum’s collection of eggs, learn about the largest egg ever laid, and search the museum for clues to egg-related questions! This event is free with museum admission. Admission charge also includes same-day access to Carnegie Museum of Art. Admission is $15 for adults, $11 for kids from 3- to 18-years-old and students with ID. Museum members and kids under the age of 3 get in free! For more details on the egg hunt, visit CarnegieMNH.org/programs/egg.html

Good luck egg hunting!

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