Egg-cited for Easter? Then mark your calendar for these upcoming egg hunts taking place around Birmingham.
1. Homewood Parks 2021 Easter Egg Hunt
The always popular Homewood Parks Easter Egg Hunt is back this year. Open for toddlers up to eight years of age, all kids will hunt for eggs with their own age group. Gotta make it fair, after all.
Be sure to bring a basket and mask up—it’s required.
For updates on the hunt, visit Homewood Parks on Facebook.
When: Saturday, March 27 | 1-4 years old, 10AM | 5-8 years old, 11:30AM
Where: Homewood Athletic Complex (Upper Baseball/Softball Fields), 121 West Oxmoor Road, Homewood, AL 35209
2. Mountain Brook Contactless Easter Egg Hunt
There’s an all-new event popping up Friday-Sunday, April 2-4 in Mountain Brook. It’s a contactless Easter egg hunt and it’s going to be a blast.
To participate, walk or drive through the villages of Mountain Brook to check out the merchant’s spring window fronts. Spot a golden egg and be entered to win a golden prize.
When: Friday-Sunday, April 2-4
Where: Any of Mountain Brook’s business districts
3. Helena Hollow Food Truck Egg-stravaganza
Get egg-cited for the Helena Hollow Food Truck Egg-stravaganza. Here’s what to expect:
- Food trucks
- Live music
- Easter Bunny
- And more!
The egg hunt is set for 3PM—don’t be late!
When: Saturday, April 3 from 11AM-5PM
Where: Helena Hollow, 6027 Highway 17 Helena, AL 35080 (along Helena Hollow Lake)
Price: $5 entry per person at the gate | 2 and under – FREE
4. Altadena Valley Presbyterian Easter Egg Hunt
Families with kids 10 and under, this event is for you. Bring a basket and prepare for an exciting egg hunt at Altadena Valley Presbyterian Church.
The Heavenly Donuts Food Truck will be in attendance so stick around after the hunt for a sweet treat.
When: Saturday, April 3 from 10:30AM-Noon
Where: Altadena Valley Presbyterian Church, 4660 Caldwell Mill Road, Birmingham, AL 35243
5. Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church Oak Kids Eggstravaganza
An egg hunt, food trucks, inflatables and more… sounds like the ideal Easter event. Join the fun at the Oak Kids Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 3 at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church.
When: Saturday, April 3 at 10AM-Noon
Where: Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church, 5080 Cahaba Valley Trace, Birmingham, AL 35242
6. Biscuits and Eggs
Create your own egg hunt with a little help from Asbury United Methodist Church. On Saturday, April 3, they’ll be hosting Biscuits and Eggs—a drive-through Easter-inspired event.
Simply hop in your car and drive through the parking lot of Asbury UMC and receive a hot, free breakfast plus a dozen eggs filled with fun surprises.
But get in line early! Only 300 baskets will be given away.
When: Saturday, April 3, 9-11AM
Where: Asbury United Methodist Church, 6690 Cahaba Valley Road, Birmingham, AL 35242
7. Ferus Artisan Ales Easter Egg Hunt
For a fun and free Easter egg hunt, head to Ferus Artisan Ales in Trussville. Be sure to order some food and drinks while you’re there and enjoy the up and coming entertainment district.
When: Saturday, April 3, 11AM
Where: Ferus Artisan Ales, 101 Beech Street, Trussville, AL 35173
8. Community Easter Egg Hunt
For a day rich in family fun, join Hope Community BHM’s Community Easter egg hunt with games, activities and more
When: Saturday, April 3, 9-11AM
Where: Hope Community BHM, 4445 Montevallo Road, Birmingham, AL 35213, Birmingham
9. Easter at Honeywood Valley
For a full day of fun, take a drive to Honeywood Valley in Sterrett, Alabama. Here you’ll find:
- A classic egg hunt with the Easter Bunny
- Arts and crafts
- Face painting
- Petting Zoo
- Live DJ
Picnic boxes from Table and Thyme are also available. Boxes feed a family of four. Price is in addition to the admission ticket.
Masks are encouraged, so play it safe.
When: Saturday, April 3, 11AM-3PM
Where: Honeywood Valley, 2150 Mystic Valley View, Sterrett, AL 35147
Price: Adults – $25 | Kids 12 and under – FREE | Food – $40 per box