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Easter Events in Nevada 2024

Peter Cottontail season has officially arrived. Save the date for these Easter events in Nevada, including IG-worthy photos with the bunny in Las Vegas, a fun-filled train ride in Boulder City and beloved Easter egg hunts in Carson City and Lake Tahoe–and more.

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March 1 to March 30: The Bunny in the Courtyard at The District at Green Valley Ranch

Las Vegas

Hop on over to The District at Green Valley Ranch for IG-worthy pics with the Easter Bunny in the courtyard all month long. On Saturday, March 23, guests are invited to bring their furry friends for Pet Party with Bunny. Walk-ins are welcome, but reservations are encouraged. And on Tuesdays, wear pastels to match the Easter Bunny during his Pastel Parties.
Cost: Photo packages start at $39.99.
Reservations: shopthedistrictgvr.com/events.

March 1 to March 24: Easter Bunny LaLa Photoshoot 

Las Vegas

If there aren’t photos with Bunny, did an Easter event in Nevada even happen? Ensure memorable moments are captured forever with LaLa Photography. Choose from two convenient locations: Village Square in Summerlin and Scottsdale Plaza in Henderson. 
Cost: Sessions start at $29 and include a photoshoot and image or upgrade to a larger package. 
Reservations: usesession.com.

March 15 to March 29: Boulder City Bunny Express

Boulder City 

All aboard for a hippity-hop good time on the Boulder City Bunny Express. The two-hour event includes a 40-minute train ride filled with sing-a-longs and a reading of Peter Rabbit. Once your train ride comes to a stop, deboard for refreshments, games and activities, and photos with the Easter Bunny. Tickets will help raise funds for the Friends of the Nevada Southern Railway, which supports the museum’s education and preservation mission.
Cost: Start at $25 for children and $30 for adults. 
Tickets: www.boulderrailroadmuseum.org.

March 23: Eggstravaganza 


Egg hunt meets color run at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church’s Eggstravaganza held from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on March 23. Enjoy an unforgettable day filled with delicious treats from food trucks, live music, bounce houses and a colorful egg hunt. During the hunt, colorful powder will be sent through the air decorating children’s clothes with a rainbow of color. Guests are encouraged to wear white to soak in the full experience. Children will be separated into age groups with runs held every 15 minutes.
Cost: Free to attend.
For more information: stlukesreno.org.


March 30: Easter Egg Hunt

Carson City 

Join the South Valley Volunteer Fire Department for an Easter egg hunt that’s fun for all ages! Washoe Lake State Park provides a picturesque setting for searching for candy-filled colorful eggs, enjoying food and beverages and pictures with the Easter Bunny. Be sure to set the clock for this Easter event in Nevada, as the bunny arrives at noon and the egg hunt starts at 12:30 p.m sharp.
Cost: Free to attend; $5 donation encouraged.
For more information: parks.nv.gov.

March 31: Heavenly Village Easter Egg Hunt

Lake Tahoe

The Shops at Heavenly Village hosts an Easter event with 15,000 eggs, $1,000 in cash prizes and amazing add-ons like brunch with the Easter Bunny for $25 and build-a-bunny for $20. Though technically located steps across Nevada’s state line in Lake Tahoe, this event is too good to for locals to miss. The ultimate egg hunt will be held from 10 a.m. to noon. A portion of the ticket proceeds benefit Christmas Cheer, an organization which provides food for families in need all year round. There will be three hunt categories age groups: 5 and under, 6 to 8 and 9 to 12. 
Cost: $5. 
Tickets: www.theshopsatheavenly.com.

March 31: Egg Dive


For an egg-citing Easter event in Nevada, head to Heritage Park Aquatic Complex’s Egg Dive on Easter Sunday. Children will dive for hundreds of eggs hiding in the pool. Enjoy open swimming, arts and crafts, and snacks. All ages welcome, and guests are encouraged to bring a basket. Egg dives will be divided into age groups and occur every half hour from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $5.
Registration: cityofhenderson.com.

March 31: Minus5º ICEBAR’s Frozen Scavenger Hunt

Las Vegas

Minus5º ICEBAR hosts the “coolest” Easter egg scavenger hunt in Las Vegas on Sunday, March 31, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Families can get into the holiday spirit at all three Minus5º ICEBAR locations: The LINQ Promenade, Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. Kids ages 4 to 10 years of age are invited to search the ice lounge for six different Easter eggs. Those who find all six eggs will receive an Easter goodie bag while supplies last. Guests of all ages can also take photos with Minus5º ICEBAR’s mascot, Slushy, as well as a range of interactive ice sculptures.
Cost: Every adult who purchases one “cool experience” to Minus5º ICEBAR for $24 can bring up to two children ages 10 and under for free. Entry includes gloves and the use of a parka.
For more information: www.minus5experience.com.

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