ABQ Moms Guide to Easter Egg Hunts


Easter Egg Hunt Guide

Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) threat, many of the following events and activities may be canceled or postponed. Please contact the individual organizations or venues to confirm whether or not these events are still occurring. 

There are few things more exciting for your kiddos than searching for and finding those candy-filled colorful eggs. You may not be an expert egg hider yourself, or maybe your are looking for a little egg-stra egg hunt fun. Either way, there are multiple options around the city for your Easter egg fix. Check out the Easter Egg Hunts around Albuquerque this spring.

Sensitive Bunny at Cottonwood Mall

Cottonwood Mall has arranged this event specifically for kiddos in need of sensory-friendly environments! The event is set outside normal mall hours for less crowds. You must register for the event in advance.

March 29


Grab tickets here.

Hide and Peep Egg Hunt at Cottonwood Mall

Cottonwood Mall has their annual Hide and Peep Egg Hunt. This marks just one of the many events they host during the Easter Holiday. 

April 8 


Get more info here.

Grace Church Easter Eggstravaganz

Grace Church is open for all to enjoy. Not only will there be a hunt but also pancakes and jumpers for the kiddos. 

April 11


Get more info here.


Los Ranchos Annual Village Easter Egg Hunt

Children bring their own basket for a really fun egg hunt. Special golden eggs will be hidden and can be redeemed for special Easter prizes. Children can meet the Easter bunny as well as the Bernalillo County Fire Department will and their fire truck.

April 11


Get more info here.

Mama’s Minerals Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Kids will get a chance to hunt for eggs containing unique treasures such as minerals and fossils. The Easter bunny will be on hand to meet kiddos and face painting will be available as well. Tickets can be bought in store.  

April 11

10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

Get more info here.

Hoffmantown Church Easter Egg Hunt

Hoffmantown will have their annual Easter egg hunt immediately following their first service for ages 2-10.

April 11

After 10a service

Get more info here.

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ABQ Moms Guide to Easter Egg Hunts, Albuquerque