Our 2023 Vancouver Easter Events and Easter Egg Hunt Guide for Metro Vancouver will help you find the best fun-filled family Easter events.

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These are some of the best Easter activities to explore in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.

Note: For the best experience, check to see if the event needs advance tickets before heading out.

And remember, always dress appropriately. This year the weather is unpredictable. It could be warm and sunny one moment, then get chilly and wet, and maybe throw in some hints of snow flakes. Fields might get muddy and slippery. Good waterproof footwear, such as boots should be worn. For the little ones, always be prepared with a change of clothing.

Bring a collapsible wagon if you plan on purchasing farm-fresh produce and other goodies while visiting.

It would be wise to take wet wipes and hand sanitizer as the washing stations are not always in convenient locations.

Please leave your pets at home unless the event specifically says it allow dogs, except if it is a service animal.

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Best Vancouver Easter Events

Every age enjoys this colourful fun time of the year and we have collected this list of events to help make the most of this special holiday.

Vancouver Easter Events

Easter Carnival at Coal Harbour – April 8

The Coal Harbour Community Centre is having an Easter egg hunt with an Easter Bunny visit. There will be plenty of activities including arts and crafts, cookie decorating, balloon making, bouncy castle and a photo booth. This event is for the little ones, ages 2-7.

Scuba Bunny at the Vancouver Aquarium – April 1-10,2023

Come see Scuba Bunny! This playful Bunny is back swimming with the colourful fish and other interesting creatures from the sea. There are two dives daily: 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

While there, take time to explore the other 65,000 wonderful animals and don’t miss the newly opened interactive experience, Nature’s Ninjas: Defenses of the Animal Kingdom. This exhibit features 17 animal habitats with incredible new animals. Learn about the clever ways they protect themselves from lurking dangers in the wild.

New spring treats are available for purchase from the concession area. Be sure to book your tickets online. After your visit take a walk to see some of the beautiful cherry blossoms in Stanley Park.
Location: 845 Avison Way, Vancouver, in Stanley Park.

VanDusen Botanical Gardens

VanDusen is not having an Easter event this year.  The gardens are celebrating Cherry Blossom Festival and Sakura Days Japan Fair on Apr 15 and 16. Find out more.

New Westminster Easter Egg Hunts and Events

Easter in the City – April 1-10, 2023

New Westminster has gone all out this year to create Easter magic throughout the Royal City. Enjoy Spring Salmon Eggstravaganza at the Fraser River Discovery Centre, an Easter Carnival with the Easter Bunny at Moody Park, an Egg-citing downtown scavenger hunt, and more.

Delta/Ladner Easter Events

Annual Easter Parade – April 9, 2023 – 1 p.m.

Come watch the Easter Bunny and listen to the Delta Police Pipe Band as they go by in Ladner Village’s annual Easter parade. The parade route starts at the Historic Delta Municipal Hall and Ladner Community Police Station. It then goes down Delta Street to an Easter egg hunt at Memorial Park. Join the fun by wearing bunny ears, decorating a bike, wagon or stroller. This community event is put on by members of the Ladner Business Association.

After the parade, if the weather is nice, why not take the family to see the birds at one of the top birdwatching sites in Canada at the nearby Reifel Bird Sanctuary. Find out more about about the top things to do on Westham Island.

Richmond Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Events

Bunny Kisses & Easter Wishes – Lulu Island Winery – April 7-8, 2023

Fun for the entire family with an Easter egg hunt, entertainment, wine tastings, local market and more. Register for the Easter egg hunt.

Easter at the Cannery

Inside the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, join in the annual Easter Salmon Scavenger Hunt. Other activities at this fun family event include games, storytelling and crafts.

Surrey Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Events

Easter Fun at Bear Creek Park – April 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 2023

Join in all the Easter fun at Bear Creek Park. Ride the train through the forest, hunt for Easter eggs, meet the Easter Bunny, play games and make arts and crafts. New this year is a petting zoo. Concession foods are available for purchase. Parking is free. No online tickets. First come, first served.
Location: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey.

Coquitlam Easter Egg Hunts and Easter Events

Blue Mountain Park Easter Egg Hunt – April 1, 2023

MLA Selina Robinson organized this free community Easter Egg Hunt for children and families to enjoy. There will be egg decorating, face painting, arts and crafts, fun photos at the photo booth and goodie bags for kids. Easter Egg Hunt Times: 11 a.m. for five years and under, and 11:30 a.m. for six years and over.

Langley Easter Events

Magical Holiday Lane on Forty Third

Easter Wonderland is one of the best residential displays around. Open all week from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week.
Location: 20504 43 Avenue, Langley, B.C.

Easter Wonderland display, Magical Holiday Lane on Forty Third

Easter Wonderland display, Magical Holiday Lane on Forty Third in Langley.

Easter BBQ and Easter Egg Hunt in Douglas Park, Langley City

This free community Easter egg hunt and BBQ is put on in partnership with the City of Langley and Southgate Church. There are two Easter egg hunts for different age groups followed by the BBQ. First Easter Egg Hunt (0-5 years-olds) at 12:45 p.m.
Second Easter Egg Hunt (6-12-years-old) at 1:15 p.m.

The BBQ is by donation with all of the proceeds going to the Raphael Family Support Centre.

Loft Country Easter Fun – April 7-10, 2023

There’s lots of Easter fun at Loft Country Farm with pony rides, Easter egg hunt, petting zoo, pony rides, jumbo rocking horse, horse drawn wagon rides, playground and jumpy pillow and more. It’s just like the pumpkin patch but with Easter eggs instead. There are plenty of great photo opportunities.

Loft Country Farms has been in operation for more than 20 years. It provides year-round family fun and is most well known for it’s children’s camp. Buy tickets online. Location: 640 248th Street, Langley B.C.

Easter at Eagle Acres Dairy – April 7, 8 and 9, 2023

Take the Safarmi Stroll: Visit with nine different types of farm animals (over 200) on the Eagle Acres Dairy Farm, check the robotic milking machine, enjoy a hayride, themed displays, dairy barn, cows and other farm animal areas. Buy tickets in advance online to save.
Location: 8796 240 Street, Langley, B.C.
Website: eagleacres.ca

Aldor Acres Family Easter on the Farm – April 7-10, 2023

Activities: There are 80 acres of open air and outdoor space at Aldor Acres. Visit baby farm animals, wander out to the back 40 acres to watch the cows and donkey graze, shop in the seasonal farm market, and pack a picnic lunch or grab farm-raised sausages and homemade goodies. Limited tickets are available online.
Location: 24990 84 Ave, Langley, B.C.

Maple Ridge Easter Fun

Meadows Family Easter on Farm and Easter Egg Hunt – April 7-10, 2023

At Meadow Family Farms take the new nature trail for the Easter-egg hunt, go through a bunny maze, meet the Easter Bunny for a photo, and ride a train down the Bunny Trail. There’s face painting, duck races, jumping pillow, bouncy castle, games and more. See the animals – goats, sheep, bunnies, miniature horses, an alpaca, donkeys, cows, emus, peacocks, pigs, chickens, and turkeys!

Location: 12377 248th Street, Maple Ridge, B.C.

Abbotsford Easter Egg Hunts and Easter Events

Cannon Estate Winery Easter Fun – April 8, 2023

The stunning newly opened Cannon Winery is having it’s first Easter Fun Event. This family owned winery sits on 12 acres in the heart of the beautiful Fraser Valley. Soon they will have a new lounge and tasting room so visitors can take in the gorgeous mountain views, while overlooking the vineyard.

Easter activities start at 12 noon until 5 pm and include an Easter egg hunt at 12:30 pm, sharp; Easter Bunny  12-3 pm, face painting 1-3 pm, food truck 12-5 pm, live music 12-4 pm and $15 wine flights all day. Location: 30523 Burgess Avenue, Abbotsford, B.C.

Beautiful Cannon Estate Winery is open for their first Easter Fun event.

Beautiful Cannon Estate Winery is open for their first Easter Fun event.

Taves Family Farms, Easterfest – 2023

Taves Family Farms still remains our favourite family-fun experience and we appreciate everything the Taves family does to make it extra special, year after year. Not only is it a great family event, it’s also dog-friendly.

Take a hay ride down to the Bunny Trail to embark on an egg hunt! Visit the farm animals in the petting barn and at Farmville, pet the bunnies, feed the goats, ride the pedal karts, bounce on the jumping pillows, and see the magician on Saturday or Sunday.

Concession food is available and is delicious. Kids will love the Waffle Hoppy Meals and Bunny Butt Ice Cream. There are also other food offerings like pulled pork on a bun.

See our visit the Taves Family Farms for the Easterfest. Even though it was a little wet, the kids had hours of fun.

Check out our last Pumpkin Patch visit to Taves Family Farms Applebarn.

Be sure to check out Taves Estate Cidery when you visit the farm. They also have an Easter egg hunt just for adults on April 1!
Location: 333 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford, B.C.
Website: https://www.tavesfamilyfarms.com/rates/

Taves Farms Cidery Pumpkin Patch adventures in Abbotsford. Photo: Wendy Nordvik-Carr©

Taves Farms Cidery in Abbotsford. Photo: Wendy Nordvik-Carr©

Maan Farms Easter Events – April 7, 8, 9, and 10, 2023

Maan Farms is having several Easter themed events this year. Remember to book in advance to save.

Bunnies & Booze – April 1 – Adult Only

Bunnies & Booze is a 90s themed adult-only event. Start with a “Hoppy Hour” glass of wine or beer, a selection of appetizers and dinner items by Mama Maan’s Kitchen. Later, take part in Easter-themed games, and the Easter Egg Hunt to win prizes.

BAE Days – Baby Animal Easter Days – April 7, 8, 9, and 10

Meet baby animals, hunt for the Golden Easter egg, try delicious themed treats and activities in the Barnyard Adventureland, featuring a zip line, pedal kart track, giant tire crawl, play fortress, jumping pillow, and giant slides.

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny – April 7, 8, 9, and 10

The breakfast event is booked separately before BAE Days begins. Mingle with the Easter Bunny while having a pancake breakfast with berries, whipped cream and sausages.

Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, B.C.

Chilliwack Easter Egg Hunts and Easter Events

Glendale Acres Easter Egg Hunt – April 7-9, 2023

Join the Easter egg hunt, huge scavenger hunt, photos with the Easter Bunny, Easter photo balloon arch, baby animal displays, fire pit rentals, Easter food specials and more. Order tickets online.
Location: 41905 Yale Road West, Chilliwack, B.C., Exit 109 off Hwy 1


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