Creating a level of excitement that could almost rival Christmas, the Easter egg hunt is one of the major events in the year for kids. Get ready for chocolate madness and frenzied hunting on Sunday the 21st of April 2019.
Grand Parc de Miribel Jonage is holding its 19th Easter Egg Hunt, with a reptile theme. Hunts are started every half hour to find chocolates made by Abi et Lisa. To keep kids busy while you wait, the team has organised a fun activity village and drum parades. Opening times: from 9.30 am to 11.30 am and from 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm. Parents, please note that it will not be possible to sign up on the day. You must reserve your tickets in advance at www.grand-parc.fr €7.50 per child (€6 per child for two or more tickets).
A classy setting
The five-star hotel Villa Maïa is celebrating spring with its “chic brunch” from 11:30 to 2:30 pm. This morning feast will be followed by a hunt for Easter eggs made by Voisin (a chocolatier that’s been around for more than 120 years!), for kids and adults. A great venue. This exceptional brunch and Easter egg hunt will set you back €52 per adult and €28 per child. Further information and booking at www.villa-maia.com
A fitting setting
The Parc des Oiseaux (zoological bird park) in Villars-les-Dombes is offering a fun outing for visitors of all ages, where each participant must try to find four eggs. Those that complete the mission will be given a packet of eggs. This activity is free, with no extra charge on the admission price (€12 and €16). Please make sure you don't confuse the real bird's eggs with the chocolate eggs! Futher information at www.parcdesoiseaux.com
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