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when: Apr 15, 2017 - Apr 16, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
where: Lower Queen Anne, Seattle Children's Museum, 305 Harrison St., Seattle, Wa
Hop on down to the Seattle Children’s Museum for lots of Easter fun! For two days, 4,000 plastic Eco eggs will be hiding amongst the Museum’s exhibits just waiting to be found! At the end of each egg hunt, children will turn in their eggs (as many or few as they want) for special prize bags.
The cost for the event includes the Spring Egg Hunt from 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m., plus all day admission to the Museum.
The egg hunts are by reservation only and space is limited–reserve your spot now!
Note: The Musuem uses Eco Eggs (made in the USA from plants!) and does not hide items inside to avoid choking hazards. Children turn in their eggs (as many or few as they want, and as many times as they want) for a small prize bag. Prize bags contain candy and other small prizes. When you arrive, you will receive a flyer with suggested locations for children to hunt for eggs, depending on age. For instance, Discovery Bay will have lots of eggs on the ground, easy for little ones to pick up. And the Global Village will have the hard to find eggs, designed to challenge older children. Museum staff will continue to re-hide eggs from 8:30 a.m.– 9:15 a.m. to make sure everyone gets to enjoy the searching process.