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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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

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

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