Looking for all the Nashville Easter Egg Hunts? I’ve put together all the Easter Egg hunt information I could find!
The majority of Nashville Easter Egg Hunts happen the Saturday before Easter, including one of our favorites, the Red Caboose Park Egg Hunt (at the corner of 656 Colice Jeanne Road – just down from the Community Center & Bellevue Branch Library), as well as the Cheekwood Spring Art Hop & the Nashville Zoo Eggstravaganza.
As I discover more information about the 2014 Easter Egg Hunts and celebrations, I’ll continue to update them here.
Nashville Easter Egg Hunts
* Red Caboose Park
Starts at 11:15, but egg hunt times are separated by age:
11:15 – Toddler to Age 3
11:30 – 4 and 5 year olds
11:45 – K through 2nd Grade
12:00 – 3rd through 6th Grade
Free Snacks and Drinks provided by local churches. Also Games, Prizes, Face Painting, Washable Tatoos, Over 20, 000 Eggs
* Nashville Zoo
More than 40,000 plastic eggs will be distributed on the Zoo’s Festival Field for 10 scheduled hunts held throughout the day. Participants can redeem their eggs for exciting prize packs from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m on April 19.
Festival Field Egg Hunt Schedule:
• Ages 2 & under: 10 a.m. OR 12:30 p.m.
• 3 years: 10:30 a.m. OR 1 p.m.
• 4 – 5 years: 11 a.m. OR 1:30 p.m.
• 6 – 7 years: 11:30 a.m. OR 2 p.m.
• 8 – 10 years Noon OR 2:30 p.m.
There will also be a Zoo-wide hunt for larger, golden eggs also redeemable for prizes. Visitors can watch as Zoo animals hunt for special “eggs” hidden just for them. Other activities include Easter-themed games, bounce houses and face painting.
Egg hunts will be going on every 1/2 hour from 11a – 4pm (divided by age). Members are free. You can visit the Cheekwood Spring Art Hop website for more details on pricing and entertainment.
• Community Project: Flowers & Friends
• Easter Ears
• Spring Seeds
• Bubbles & Blooms
• Butterfly Rings
There also will typically be a big Easter Egg Hunt at Two Rivers Park in Donelson as well as ‘flashlight’ Egg Hunt taking place at 7PM (yes PM!) in Fairview.