ANNUAL GUIDE TO THE BEST THINGS TO DO FOR EASTER IN ORLANDO!
It’s time to celebrate springtime and Easter. Our official guide to things to do for Easter in Orlando 2023 is full of fun. There’s something for every couple to enjoy in the city this year, from joyous events to sumptuous Easter brunch.
Below you’ll find ideas for Easter 2023 divided into these categories:
- Orlando Easter Events
- Easter Brunch in Orlando
- Where to Have Easter Dinner
- Free Things to Do for Easter
Orlando Easter Events
Easter Bunny Garden Experience
March 24 through April 8, 2023
Included in their photo package, every child that visits the Easter Bunny also receives a free “double delight” as an added gift, which includes:
- Free ride on The Carousel on The Promenade, and
- Free ride on ICON Park’s The Wheel, a 400-ft-tall observation wheel with private ride capsules, creating bird’s-eye views they’ll remember forever.
(Guests accompanying the child also receive a 50 percent discount off tickets to The Wheel.)
Due to strong demand, reservations are required for The Easter Bunny Garden Experience.
Easter Egg Hunt at Amber Brooke Farms
Saturday, April 1, 10am – 5pm
Amber Brooke Farms Eustis
Easter-themed activities like pictures with the Easter Bunny, Easter-themed face painting, Jelly bean guessing game, Live music, Picture perfect photo ops, and even an Easter Basket raffle
General Admission – (2 yrs & under – Free!)
$13 – Advance purchase
$15 – The day of and at the door
April 1st & 2nd and April 8th, 8pm
Seminole Town Center
Egg decorating, a scavenger hunt, games, prizes, vendor tables selling various wares and much more!
All proceeds benefiting the Special Needs Advocacy Program, Inc
2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt – Ivanhoe Village
Saturday, April 8, 10am – 12:30pm
The Hall on the Yard
2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt at The Hall on the Yard hosted by MAM Events! Be sure to stick around for the 407 Food Fair starting at noon
Hop On Downtown
Saturday, April 8, 11am – 2pm
Kissimmee Main Street
Bring your basket and set out to search for over 1,000 eggs that will be hidden throughout the area. The starting point is the Kissimmee Main Street Welcome Center.
Our guide to Easter Events in Orlando in 2023 covers Easter egg hunts, garden celebrations, and more fun events around town.
Easter Brunch in Orlando
Easter Brunch is one of the biggest reasons to celebrate this time of year. We've put together this quick guide for where to find Easter Brunch in Orlando, based on locations with unique menus and offerings.
- The Alfond Inn – Winter Park: sumptuous Easter brunch buffet, plus an Easter egg hunt and the Easter Bunny
- Easter Bunny Brunch at Canvas Restaurant and Market: culinary classics and holiday favorites, Easter bunny will be stopping by for photos
Where to Have Easter Dinner
Many local restaurants have expanded curbside and takeout options. We've compiled some of our favorite picks for Easter dinner in Orlando. Our list includes dinner to go, as well as restaurants with impressive menus for Easter dinner in Orlando.
Free Things to Do for Easter
Trying to save a little money? You don't need a huge budget in order to plan a fun Easter with your partner.
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive: Love nature? Hop in the car and take your time driving along the 11-mile Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive. This one-way drive through a stunning habitat is a haven for birds and other Florida wildlife, including alligators.
Hontoon Island State Park: Visit an island right here in Central Florida! Hontoon Island State Park is located along the St. Johns River near DeLand and can only be accessed by ferry. There's no fee to park and admission is free.
We've compiled a list of our favorite free things to do in Orlando for Easter with events and local experiences.