Easter Events in Lancaster County

We have listed below many of the special Easter-time activities taking place in and around town. You can click on each event to get more details.

But please don’t just take in a few Easter egg hunts and call that “Easter”. There are many Bible-based churches throughout Lancaster County that can clearly explain the true meaning of Easter. Don’t miss the blessing!

Easter Activities in Lancaster for 2016:

March 19 – Easter Party and Helicopter Egg Drop – Grace Church, Lititz, PA – The party includes a visit from the Easter Bunny, face painting, bounces, give-aways and much more!

March 19 – Lancaster’s Largest Easter Egg Hunt – The Junction Center, Manheim, PA – Join New Life Church for the LARGEST Easter Egg Hunt in Lancaster with 40,000 candy filled eggs, prizes, food, and games.

March 19 – AACA Two-Day Easter Egg Hunt – AACA Museum, Hershey, PA – Easter Special this year; not just one, but two chances to hunt for eggs through the Museum.

March 19 – Easter Bunny Breakfast at Kitchen Kettle Village – Kitchen Kettle Village, Intercourse, PA – Add some magic to your Easter holiday with a visit to Kitchen Kettle Village where you and your family can enjoy breakfast with the Easter bunny and our gingerbread mascot, Yummie.

March 19 – Egg Hunt & Wise Sage Hunt – Zion Lutheran Church, Leola – The afternoon kicks off with music and a puppet show and then the hunts.

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Kitchen Kettle Village

3529 Old Philadelphia Pike (Route 340), Intercourse, PA 17534, 800-732-3538

Add some magic to your Easter holiday with a visit to Kitchen Kettle Village where you and your family can enjoy breakfast with the Easter bunny and our gingerbread mascot, Yummie.  Visit website

Strasburg Rail Road

301 Gap Road (Route 741 East), Ronks (Strasburg), PA 17572, 866-725-9666

Steam through the Amish Country farmlands on a 45-minute ride aboard America's oldest short-line railroad on an authentic steam train.  Celebrate Easter with an Easter bunny train and a traditional Lancaster County dinner.  All Aboard!  Visit website

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