Plans for Your Easter Weekend

Do you have Easter weekend plans yet? If you’re still looking for some and are going to be staying in the area, here are some options that might be attractive to you. From Easter Egg hunts to special brunch opportunities, there are several events planned this Easter Weekend.

If you’ll be in Old Town Alexandria this weekend, make sure to swing by the 15 Annual Easter Egg Hunt.  It will run all weekend at the Lee-Fendall House Museum. The Museum is located at 614 Oronoco Street, and is just $12 for children ages 0-12 and $5 for those older than that.

For those spending time in Arlington County, make sure to check out the ARLnow calendar for Saturday-Sunday Easter egg hunts and breakfasts. There are multiple events going on both Saturday and Sunday.
Washington, DC will once again have an abundance of events this weekend. If you’re heading to the Annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House this year, you’ll be waiting until the event kicks off at 8 a.m. on Monday, giving you plenty of time for some other fun this weekend. Madam Tussauds, from 7:30-9:30am on Saturday, will be holding an Easter Egg hunt and is free for ages 12 and under.

Brunch Ideas:

The Washingtonian has compiled several Easter special brunch options for the weekend, if you’re looking for a new spot or checking in on regular deals, make sure to click over and take a look.

We’re back home in WNY this weekend, enjoying a little time with family and each other in our hometown. We wish you a very happy and relaxed Easter!



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