Lots of Easter fun for kids this weekend

The Easter Bunny is hopping into the nation’s capital this weekend and bringing chocolate with him. Here is a list of some of the places you and your kids can catch up with him.

Diefenbunker

The Diefenbunker is hosting an Easter event on Saturday. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

Deep underground in Carp, the Diefenbunker is hosting a scavenger hunt on Saturday. While there won’t be chocolate eggs hidden in the Cold War shelter, there will be a treat bag at the end of the hunt.The hunt comes

with the price of admission for the museum, which is $12, however children under 2 are free.Easter at the

Farm

It being spring, the museum has numerous child animals to see consisting of chicks. (Sarah MacMillan/CBC)

The Canada Farming and Food Museum has a host of activities all weekend and an entire bunch of child animals to visit. There are fluffy brand name brand-new chicks and soft little lambs at the museum in the Central Speculative Farm.There will likewise be face painting and crafts for kids and a presentation on how chocolate is made. Admission to the museum is $14 for adults and $12 for children.Bytown Museum The

Bytown Museum

has an Easter egg hunt this weekend. (David Richard/CBC)You can hunt up some history with your

eggs at the Bytown Museum’s Easter egg hunt on Saturday and Sunday this weekend.The eggs will be concealed for kids in the museum’s second

and third flooring galleries, so they may find out things. The cost of admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children.Fairfields Heritage Home If you’re looking

for a directly egg hunt, the Fairfields Heritage House

has you covered, with a hunt on Saturday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. You will have the ability to decorate your personal bunny mask prior to heading out to search for sweet chocolate.The expense is$6.50 for adults,$ 10.75 for a pair

and $17.25 for families.Canadian Museum of History The hunt at the museum ties into the exhibit on Dreamworks animation.

Inspired by the Dreamworks Animation exhibit currently at the museum, there are 10 dragon eggs hidden in the museum and for

the Easter weekend tracking them down will make you a chocolate

one. Taking part in this activity includes the price of admission to the museum. Anyone wanting to take part should go to the travel bureau in the Kid’s Museum.Cumberland Heritage Town Museum On Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., there will be plenty to do at the Cumberland Heritage Town Museum, including egg-rolling competitions and an Easter basket relay race. You can likewise decorate eggs utilizing conventional tools or attempt your hand at egg dyeing. The cost of admission is$

7.50 for grownups, children under five are complimentary and there is unique prices for households too.

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