From egg hunts to Easter fun-filled days out, we’ve been jumping all around town to find the hoppiest Easter events in Singapore…
Easter is here! And that can only mean one thing: egg hunts, Easter arts and crafts, and a delish Easter brunch! We’ll be having the time of our lives, too, with chocolate eggs AND an egg-stra long weekend. But before we get to that, there are camps for the kiddos to pick up some cool skills and bonnets to be made too. Let’s see how many ‘egg puns’ we can fit into one roundup with these eggcellent Easter events…
EASTER EVENTS IN SINGAPORE 2023: THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS
1. Go for an Easter brunch!
There are so many scrumptious brunches to indulge in this Easter – all filled with all our Easter faves and plenty of chocolate eggs, we can think of worse ways to spend Easter Sunday!
2. Hop into the Bunnyverse at Resorts World Sentosa!
It’s the Year of the Rabbit, so Easter is set to be even bigger this year! Hop into the Bunnyverse at Resorts World Sentosa and snap a selfie or take a video with the colourful bunnies! Post your snaps to your socials with the #RWSBunnyverse and tag @RWSentosa for your chance to be one of the monthly winners of amazing prizes! Best of all, the bunnies will be there all year long, so head back and visit them to see how they change with the seasons and transform the resort into their very own Bunnyverse!
3. Easter egg hunting at The Polliwogs
The Polliwogs are not ones to miss out on Easter, and they’re treating kids to an egg-xtra special Easter egg hunt with star appearances from Polliwogs’ Mascots, Larry and Poco. There’s also a chance to win $116 worth of prizes, including a Park Hopper Pass worth $90 that will give you and your little one free entry to The Polliwogs at Vivo City, The Polliwogs at Clarke Quay Central and the Jumprrocks. Better hop to it!
Details: 8 April 2023, 3pm at VivoCity (Play session starts at 2pm, Egg hunt starts at 3pm) and 9 April 2023, 5pm at Clarke Quay Central (Play session starts at 4.15pm, Egg hunt starts at 5pm).
4. Egg Scape Easter Hunt at X-SCAP8
If you’re still on the search for more Easter egg hunts, look no further than X-SCAP8. Simply purchase tickets to the X-SCAP8 attractions on either the 8 or 9 April, and you’ll have the opportunity to participate in the egg hunt! With 250 colourful eggs planted throughout the premises, it’s sure to be an eggcellent day out for all the family!
Details: 8 & 9 April 2023, 3pm at #07-02, X-SCAP8, Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238896
5. Science Explorers: Egg Hunt at Jurong Regional Library
If you’re a National Library Board member, then round up the kids for an Easter hunt extravaganza at Jurong Regional Library. There are even spinning crafts to get involved with. The event is suitable for children three to 10 years old, and you must pre-register to secure your space.
When: 8 April 2023, 3-4.30pm
Where: Activity Zone, Stage Area (Basement 1), Jurong Regional Library, 21 Jurong East Central 1, Singapore 609732
Details: Registration is required. Register 1 ticket for your child and 1 ticket for an accompanying adult. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Arrive 10 minutes before the session starts.
6. Easter fun at the Rugby Sevens
Planning on heading to the Rugby Sevens but can’t convince the kids? Good news – head to the Kids Drop-Off Zone (for children aged four to seven years old), or take part in the Singapore Sevens Easter Egg Hunt while you’re there! You can also catch clips of the Minions and bring the little ones to a meet-and-greet at the screening zone. Rugby suddenly looks a lot more appealing for everyone!
When: 8 and 9 April 2023
Where: Singapore Sports Hub
Details: Check out the site for all the deets
7. Sign up for an Easter Camp
As Easter falls alongside international school holidays, there are loads of Easter camps that run over the long weekend. From performing arts to footy camps, as well as art and science fun – there’s sure to be something on the list for your happy little camper!
8. Have your own Easter fun at home!
While we love heading out for Easter events over the long weekend, it’s also nice to have activities up our sleeves if we’re spending time at home or rain sets in. Good news, we’ve been busy compiling a list of activities that we think should keep the kids entertained right through until Easter Sunday bedtime. We’ve got some easy-peasy Easter arts and crafts if you’re looking to add a few decorations to your home. There are also top tips if you’re taking on that all-important Easter bonnet.
9. Pick up an Easter-inspired book!
Here are our round-up egg-ceptional picture books that are sure to delight the kids over the Easter weekend if you fancy adding a bit of Easter magic to bedtime stories!
10. Watch an Easter movie
Turns out there are loads of great films, old and new, to get you in the Easter mood! From one of our all-time favourite bunny pals, Peter Rabbit, through to an Easter-inspired Winnie the Pooh classic episode! Grab the Easter choccies and make for a movie marathon!
Stay tuned! We’ll be adding more Easter activities to this list on the daily, so be sure to check back soon for more Easter fun!