The Easter Egg Roll at the White House has a long history since the Lincoln administration in 1878, but it remains awaited today. The festival will include Easter Egg Hunt, a Running Egg Cross, and a visit from Easter Bunny every year on Easter Monday (who is obviously not busy elsewhere, since his big day has already come and gone). Live jazz, storytelling, and cooking workshops are also available throughout the South Lawn. Every year participants are selected by lottery and, usually, more than 35,000 people participate, while tickets are free.


From Presidio to Montgomery Street, a short distance from the Embarcadero and the piers of San Francisco’s Union Street, the annual Union Street Easter Parade & Spring celebration will take place. The Easter Bonnet Contest, the package of games and crafts for the kids and of course the parade, is its twenty-fourth year in 2015. The whole thing takes place between Gough and Fillmore Streets on Union. An outdoor table at one of the cafes or restaurants along the road is one of the easiest places to see the procession. The celebrations start at 10:00 and the procession begins at 14:00.


New York City has a sublime and absurd Easter Sunday edition — and no excuse for not participating in the two. There is no reason. At the magnificent neo-Gothic St. Patrick Cathedral you will begin your day with the mass (services run throughout the day starting at 7 am, though some Masses require tickets). Then, the Easter Bonnet Parade is about to be cut free, which dates back to the 1870s like the cathedral. The parade begins at 10 am and ends at about 4 pm, and stretches up Fifth Avenue from 49th Street to 57th Street. One of the best places to see the well-adorned caps in St. Patrick’s Cathedral is convenient — unless you do your own vacation. Conveniently, around St. Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the best places to look at the elaborately painted bonnets—unless you don’t have the time to go headdress and participate in the parade.


There is no better spot for an Easter Sunday parade than New Orleans if you enjoy a decent parade. After all, this is a city where every day of the year parades takes place—so you can see how they are doing all they can for a true holiday. The day starts with NOLA’s older Easter procession, the Historic French Quarter parade that began in 1956 and goes backward, including a mass stop at St Louis’ Cathedral and the sophisticated ladies’ pick-up (and sometimes large) Easter hair tossing beads and candy in horse carts at 10:30 am. The paradise starts from Antoine’s restaurant to Jackson Square and the back.


To mix the background of a French estate with the lovely background of children on their Sunday, they have to go to Asheville, to North Carolina, and Biltmore House Easter Egg Hunt to get their eggs on a massive, impossible-to-find green lawn. In other words, there are three hunts, starting at 11 am, 1 pm, and 3 pm, on Easter Sunday. Children are aged 2-9 years who are free with a paid parent to Biltmore. The chase is open. Besides the egg hunts songs, the stories, a magic show, skillful games, and an Easter Rabbit visit are also available. Meanwhile, in the Biltmore gardens, the Biltmore restaurant and Deer park Res are in full bloom and the Easter brunch is open.


Kiawah Island near Charleston, South Carolina, has more than a week of special programming and is a fun way to spend the holiday weekend for families. A sunrise beach service begins at 6.45 a.m. Easter Sunday and visitors will be entitled to participate in beach-based yoga, egg hunt, sand-building competition, and tie-building. Any day of the week activities like this take place. There are five on-site restaurants for Easter brunch and dinner along with their own Easter specials. The Southern theme Jasmine Porch serves an Easter breakfast, a buffet at the Turtle Point, and bloody marys and mimics at The Players’ Pub the whole day.

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