Guide to Easter Events


Memphis Moms Blog Ultimate Guide to Easter Events in Memphis

Hippity, hoppity, Easter is on its way! From hunts to pictures with the Easter Bunny to activities even your older kids will enjoy, we’ve got lots of ideas on how to spring into the spirit!

First, dust off your baskets and get ready for the timeless tradition of the beloved Easter Egg Hunt! There are lots of opportunities around town to reach your jelly bean quota and even try your hand at finding the elusive golden egg.

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Germantown After Dark Easter Egg Hunt – March 18th

Bartlett Easter Egg Hunt & Basket Contest – March 19th

Germantown Easter Eggstravaganza – March 19th

Elmwood Cemetary Easter Egg Hunt – March 19th

Lakeland Easter Egg Hunt – March 19th

Cedar Hill Farm Easter Egg Hunt – March 19th – 26th

Bass Pro Shop Easter Egg Hunt – March 19th – 27th

Kids Play Easter Egg Hunt – March 23rd

Germantown United Methodist Easter Egg Hunt – March 26th

Memphis Botanic Gardens Family Egg Hunt – March 26th

Dixon Gallery & Gardens Easter Egg Hunt – March 26th

Menagerie Farm Easter Egg Hunt – March 26th

Christ Methodist Church Easter Egg Hunt – March 26th

Second Presbyterian Church Easter Egg Hunt – March 26th

Second, if you’re like me, getting a picture of your kids with the Easter Bunny is an annual tradition too precious to miss. I love putting them in frames and setting them up around the house during the Easter season to see how the kids have grown from year to year. I know that all too soon, one (or both) of my kids will be “too cool” for the big guy, so I’m all about relishing this photo opp while I still can.

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Wolfchase Galleria (beginning March 4th)

Carriage Crossing (beginning March 12th)

Cedar Hill Farm (beginning March 19th)

Bass Pro Shop (beginning March 19th)

And if photos and egg hunts aren’t your jam, or your kids have outgrown those activities, here are some fun new Easter traditions to start this year!

Collierville Town Square Easter Bunny Hop – March 18th

Ballet on Wheels Easter Basket Drive & Dance Camp – March 19th

Art Project Egg Dying (bring your own eggs) – March 24th, 25th, and 26th

Art Project Egg Drop (5:00-6:00pm in Overton Square) – March 25th

Bunny Run 5k at Cancer Survivors Park– March 26th

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Found on the SRVS website

Sunrise Easter Service at the Memphis Botanic Gardens – March 27th

Lastly, if you are looking for a place to do brunch on Easter Sunday, you have lots of tasty options to choose from! From east Memphis to downtown, we’ve got you covered!

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Easter brunch at the Peabody via Peabody’s Twitter feed

Easter Brunch at the Peabody

Celebrating Easter at the “South’s Grand Hotel” is a timeless tradition featuring a lavish buffet overlooking the Grand Lobby.

March 27, 2016
10am- 2:30pm
$76 adults, $22 children ages 5-12, plus tax and gratuity

Reservations: 901-529-4000

Eighty3 Restaurant’s Brunch

You’ll be singing praises after visiting the “Hallelujah It’s Brunch” at Eighty3 Restaurant on Easter morning!

79 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
Reservations: 901- 333-1224

Bosco’s Brunch

Hear live music from Joyce Cobb and sample some of midtown’s best food and beer!

2120 Madison Avenue

Memphis, TN 38104

Reservations: 901-432-2222

Owen Brennan’s Brunch

Come see why Owen Brennan’s brunch has been awarded the title of “Best Brunch” by the Memphis Flyer for 20 consecutive years!

6150 Poplar Avenue, Suite 150
Memphis, TN 38119

Reservations: 901-761-0990

Easter Brunch at Capital Grille

With lobster frittatas and bellinis for the grownups as well as a separate children’s brunch menu, Capital Grille has something for everyone!

6065 Poplar Avenue

Memphis, TN 38119

Reservations: 901-683-9291


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