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Easter 2010 in Baltimore

Sunday April 4, 2010

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Easter 2010 in Baltimore

Two children and Easter eggs in Patterson Park

Photo by Carrie Root

There are lots of ways to celebrate Easter in Baltimore, including egg hunts, church services, or brunch at a great Baltimore restaurant.

Getting Ready for Easter

A list of resources to help you enjoy this Easter to the fullest

Easter Events

  • The Maryland Zoo in Druid Hill Park is planning a host of events Easter Weekend for the kids. The annual Mary Sue Candies Bunny BonanZOO will take place from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm on April 2, 3, and 4. Children can search for eggs during the ongoing egg hunts in the fields of Waterfowl Lake Pavilion, near the Main Gate entrance. Children who find five different eggs will receive Mary Sue treats. This year Bunny BonanZOO also includes games, crafts, children's entertainer Silly Goose and Val Smalkin's Musical Zoo.

    On Saturday, April 3, people who want to start their day early at the zoo can come have Breakfast with Bunny from 8 to 10 a.m. Guests will enjoy a delicious family breakfast, a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny, a visit from some of our Animal Ambassadors, arts and crafts activities, and admission to the Zoo for that day only. Breakfast with Bunny is $25 for adult Zoo members, $35 for adult non-members, $15 for children under 12, and is free for children two and under. Pre-paid reservations are required, and tickets can be purchased online.

  • Take an Easter cruise through the Inner Harbor. A lunch cruise boards at 1:30 p.m. and features an Easter buffet for $38.90 per adult. Children ages 12 and under eat for half price. The dinner cruise boards at 5 p.m. and costs $51.90 per person.
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