Spending Easter in Chicago this March? Grab your baskets, your kids, and some running shoes because we have two of the biggest and best egg hunts around!
Step onto the playing field and test your
candy-catching skills at Chicago's historic Soldier Field, home of the Chicago
Bears. The annual Soldier Field Egg-stravaganza is open to all kids ages
10 years and younger and
parents fans are welcome to cheer from the sidelines.
All the play-by-play action will be broadcast on the stadium's two super-sized 23' x 82' video screens. The South Courtyard will host a spring festival featuring large inflatables for all ages, face painters, a balloon artist, the Radio Disney Road Crew Show and much more from 9-11AM.
While the 10AM candy grab is free for all, before the candy grab, children will also have the opportunity to have breakfast with the Easter bunny and take photos at Soldier Field's United Club from 8:30 - 10AM.
Admission to the breakfast is $17.50 for adults, $12 for children under age 10, and free for children under age 3 with a paying adult. Reservations are required for breakfast and must be made by Friday, March 22 by calling 312-235-7162 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Guests are asked to park in the Waldron Garage for $10 and to enter the stadium on the south end at Gate O. For more information, call 312-235-7000 or visit www.soldierfield.net.
Saturday, March 30;
Adults: $45 ($40 for members)
Children ages 3-12: $30 ($25 for members)
Children ages 2 and under are free
Join the animals at the Lincoln Park Zoo for an egg-cellent Easter weekend celebration featuring a delicious full breakfast with the Easter Bunny, spring-themed crafts and a fun egg hunt. The Lincoln Park Zoo has been conducting a long-term study of cottontail rabbits on the zoo grounds since 2010. To register for the Egg-stravaganza, click here. Tickets will be held at will call and must be purchased in advance by March 26. Tickets will not be available at the door on day of event. This event is rain or shine and tickets are non-refundable.
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