9 special Easter egg hunts around Birmingham

Hundreds of eggs equals one amazing Easter egg hunt. (Asbury United Methodist Church)

There’s still time to enjoy an egg hunt around Birmingham. In no particular order, we’ve rounded up a few you should attend before Easter ends.

1. IVC Easter Egg Hunt

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Located across from Veterans Park. (Hoover Town)

Inverness Vineyard is hosting an Easter egg hunt across the street at Veterans Park. Hop on board for popsicles, prizes, games and fun.

2. Valleydale Easter Egg Hunt

It will be a fun day with games, prizes and tasty food. Bring the family for adult vs. child games such as kickball and softball.

3. FBC Pelham Easter Egg Hunt

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Let’s go. (FBC Pelham)

Located in the upper parking lot of First Baptist Church Pelham, this egg hunt is not to be missed. There will be plenty of eggs and games for all ages.

4. Meddler Family Farm

Wait, those aren’t eggs! (Middlers Family Farm)

It’s a eggs-travagance at the Meddler family farm. There are lots of fun things for you and your family, like an egg hunt with over 10,000, bouncy castles, prizes and more.

5. Stravaganza Easter Egg Hunt at Wald Park

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Now imagine that it is filled with eggs. (Stuart Franco / Bham Now)

If you have a little one under the age of six, you are invited to visit the Easter Eggstravaganza in Wald Park. The Egg Hunt is non-competitive and will include a baby zoo, photos with the Easter Bunny and fun crafts.

6. The Easter Egg Experiment

Zoo animals + egg hunts = a perfect moment. (Pat Byington / Bham Now)

Enjoy a party at Birmingham Zoo for an Easter egg hunt with over 10,000 eggs. Join in the fun by attending one of four different hunts. Each child can collect 10 eggs and receive a stuffed bunny! Get your tickets now.

7. SVCC Kids Easter Egg Hunt

Mark your calendars for this year’s Easter egg hunt in Shades Valley. It will take place behind Shades Mountain Elementary School where children can play in the playground after an exciting egg hunt adventure.

8. Community Egg Hunt for Special Needs

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Don’t forget to wear sunscreen. (Shades Mountain Baptist Church)

Enjoy this egg hunt that adapts to different abilities. There will be games, crafts, raffles and dessert trucks that put accessibility first. Bring your basket and enjoy a hoppy weather!

9. Trussville Easter Egg Hunt

Join Faith Community Fellowship for an evening of food, inflatables, face painting, egg hunts and more!

10. Community Easter Egg Roll

Eggs, books and more. (O’Neal Library)

Head to the O’Neal Library for a community egg hunt. Don’t forget to bring your own basket!

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