The Best Easter Egg Hunts Around Miami

It feels like 2023 just started, but somehow Easter is already here! We’ve compiled a list of some of the best Easter egg hunts we know of all around Miami. All these public events welcome everyone no matter how you celebrate.


Miami Kids Magazine always puts on great seasonal events for families, and Easter is no exception. Their event will be on April 1st – the weekend before Easter – at Shops at Sunset Place in South Miami. The Easter Bunny himself will be on hand for photos. They will have music, games, arts & crafts, and entertainment from 11am-2pm. If you want your kiddos to have a chance to participate in an egg hunt you’ll want to take note of the egg hunt schedule & BYO Basket.

Exceptional kids: 11:15am
1 to 3 years old: 12pm
4 to 10 years old: 12:30pm

This event is pulling double duty as an expo for summer camps. So, take some time to check out the available options and take advantage of discounts!

OM & Vine is hosting a “Flow & Hunt” event on Saturday, April 8th from 12pm-3pm. This event is designed for families, and a great opportunity to introduce your little ones to yoga in a fun way. Brunch will be available; you can make reservations by calling (305)570-1324. The egg hunt itself is free. Yoga flow class will be $15 per person. This is a first time event for OM & Vine, and we’re excited for them to get a great turnout.

City of Hialeah’s Eggstravaganza boasts one of the largest egg hunts in all of SoFla with over 500,000 eggs to find! It will be held at Milander Park on Saturday, April 8th from 10am-5pm. Entrance to the egg hunt is $6 per person, or you can get an all access wristband for $18 that covers hunting eggs, bunny picture, and all rides. They will also have live entertainment throughout the day and plenty of food and drinks available for purchase.

Do you know of other events happening in your area? Let us know! We are always eager to learn more about any community events going on in our area. The Drew Kern Team is proud to be experts in SoFla real estate, and that includes knowing what’s going on in our neighborhoods!