The Easter Bunny is on his way, bringing lots of fun activities to Toronto and the GTA! Dye some Easter eggs, go on an egg hunt, attend an Easter festival and meet the Easter Bunny himself this Easter long weekend.

See our complete Toronto & GTA events calendar, updated daily, for even more things to do with kids this month.

Easter Parades

The Beaches Easter Parade

More than 50,000 spectators attend the parade in The Beaches each year. It first took place in 1967 and has been organized by the Toronto Beaches Lions Club since 1981. Come out to see marching bands, floats, bagpipe troupes, fire trucks, and the Easter Bunny!

Queen St. E. between Munro Park and Woodbine Ave.
April 1, 2 pm

Pickering Easter Parade

Decorate your bike, wagon, or stroller and join Pickering’s annual Easter parade! This year’s theme is “Super Hero Bunny”. The event is followed by a free barbecue, treats for kids, and visits with the Easter Bunny at the Legion (1555 Bayley Street).

Begins at Annland Ave. and Liverpool Rd., Pickering
March 31, 10 am

Easter on the Farm

Easterfest at Downey’s Farm

Head to Downey’s Farm in the Halton Region for a fun-filled day of wagon rides, farm animals, magic show, puppet show, face painting, crafts, and an Easter egg scramble where kids collect eggs for treats.

13682 Heart Lake Rd., Caledon
March 24, 25, 30, 31, April 1
$13/person (under 2 free)

Brooks Farms Easter Festival

This year, the Easter Festival is a combo event with the farm’s Maple Sugar Festival. It’s the best of both worlds: an Easter egg hunt for little kids and Easter adventure mystery game for older kids, Easter basket decorating, and a visit with the Easter Bunny, plus maple tours and tastings, train or wagon ride, and fun in the Barnyard Playland. Brooks Farms is a short drive from Newmarket.

122 Ashworth Rd., Mount Albert
March 24, 25, 30, 31, April 1
$12 adults, $15 kids (ages 2 and under free)

Pingle’s Easter Weekend Activities

Take a wagon ride to see the Easter Bunny and hunt for eggs at Pingle’s Farm Market near Oshawa. Kids can take part in a scavenger hunt and make an Easter craft. Trade in eggs for a special treat and plant a seed to take home for your garden.

Pingle’s Farm Market, 1805 Taunton Rd. E., Hampton
March 30, 31, April 1
$9 adults, $12 kids

Easter Festival at Springridge Farm

Tons of Easter fun, including egg hunts with the Easter Bunny all day long, “Peter Rabbit’s Eggcellent Easter Show” puppet show, bunny face painting, bunny ears crafts, wagon ride and farm tour, access to the Fun Farm Yard, straw bale jumping, and more.

Springridge Farm, 7256 Bell School Line, Milton
March 30, 31, April 1
$13/person (under 2 free)

Round the Bend Farm Easter Egg Hunt

Visit some real bunnies at Round the Bend Farm, near Newmarket. Kids can pet chicks, ducklings, and baby bunnies; search for coloured eggs; and go home with a bag of treats. Parents can take home an Easter turkey!

16225 Jane St., Kettleby
March 30, 31
$5/person or $20/family of four

Easter Events Around Town

Easter in the Kingsway

Meet and greet with the Easter Bunny and have fun with crafts, face-painting, a raffle, and more.

Jackson Ave. and Bloor St. W., Etobicoke
March 31

Mountsberg’s Easter Egg Extravaganza

Get outdoors to celebrate the advent of spring at a conservation area in the Halton Region. You’ll find an Easter egg hunt, farm animals, face painting, maple sugaring demos, pancakes, wildlife walks, and birds of prey shows.

Mountsberg Conservation Area, 2259 Millburough Line, Campbellville
March 30, April 1
$8 adults, $6 kids; ages 4 and under free

Easter Egg Workshops for Families

Learn the art of pysanky, or Ukrainian Easter egg dyeing, using wax-resist techniques at this workshop for kids ages 8 and up. Pre-registration required.

Todmorden Mills, 67 Pottery Rd., Toronto
March 24, 25, 31
$8 kids, $12 adults; buy tickets online

Easter Hop-penings

Hop over to the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum north of the city for an Easter egg hunt and to decorate Easter-themed cookies and create a work of art.

14732 Woodbine Ave., Gormley
March 31
$5 adults, $10 kids

Eggceptional Easter Fun

The Elman W. Campbell Museum in Newmarket hosts an “egg-citing” afternoon with the Easter Bunny, Easter displays, activities, egg decorating, and snacks. Pre-registration required.

134 Main St.. S., Newmarket
March 31

Easter Magic at Bridlewood Mall

See an Easter magic show at Bridlewood Mall (1 pm), meet and take selfies with the Easter Bunny (2–4 pm), and take home a free Easter loot bag.

Bridlewood Mall, 2900 Warden Ave., Toronto
March 31

Family-Friendly Easter Brunches

Brunch is an Easter tradition for many families. Here are a few places in Toronto hosting kid-friendly brunches. (High chairs? Boosters? Extra napkins? Check, check, check!) Some are even welcoming a visit from the Easter Bunny. Reservations are a must for all Easter brunches.

Easter Brunch at Casa Loma

Brunch classics and signature dishes served in the stately elegance of Toronto’s famous castle. After brunch you can tour Casa Loma at your leisure.

Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto
April 1
$75 adults, $55 kids; ages 3 and under free

Holiday Inn Easter Brunch Buffet

Yorkdale’s Holiday Inn offers an Easter-themed brunch for families, followed by Easter treats for kids.

Holiday Inn, 3450 Dufferin St., Toronto
April 1
$36 adults, $15 kids; free for ages 3 and under

Easter Eggstravaganza Brunch Buffet at Old Mill

The Easter Bunny makes a special guest appearance! Old Mill Toronto is always a kid-friendly choice for a special-occasion brunch, but for Easter they’ll serve a traditional carved roast beef and bake bone-in ham as well as pork loin and lamb, plus the “usual” dozen food stations.

Old Mill Toronto, 21 Old Mill Rd.
April 1
$55 adults, $25 kids; ages 4 and under free

Easter Brunch Buffet at Live Restaurant

Live Restaurant at the Mississauga Living Arts Centre is serving up a special brunch buffet with surprise Easter treats for kids.

4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga
April 1
$38 adults, $18 kids; ages 2 and under free

Browse our events calendar for more fun things to do.


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