It's pretty much all Easter, all weekend, with the exception of SuperSaurus Saturday at the Louisiana Children's Museum. Take advantage of the beautiful days ahead and make some memories with your family!


Bunny Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt, St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church, 6017 Camphor St., Metairie, from 10 am to noon. Kids can dine and take pictures with the Easter Bunny, with games and crafts following the egg hunt. Don’t forget your basket! For more information, call 504.888.1155. 

Egg-travaganza, City Putt, New Orleans City Park, from 10 am to 6 pm. Tickets are $10/person and may be purchased on the day of the event. Each person will get to play one course, one drink, treats, a raffle ticket and giveaways! There will be a kids’ craft table as well. For more information, call 504.483.9385. 

Hoppin’ Down the River Cruise, on the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen. Mingle and take pictures with Bourgeois the Cajun Easter Bunny, see and hold a real-live alligator, play games, get your face painted, and enjoy a child-friendly lunch buffet and Easter treats. Cruises from 10:30 am to noon and 2 to 3:30 pm. Tickets range from $10-$59. For more information, call 504.529.4567. 

SuperSaurus Saturday, Louisiana Children’s Museum. Part of Dinosaur Discovery Week, April 11-15. Become a junior paleontologist and learn about dinosaurs and geology with members of the New Orleans Geological Society (NOGS). Free with admission. 11 am-3 pm.  


SuperSaurus Saturday, Louisiana Children's Museum

Easter Egg Hunt, Confetti Kids at Compass Point, 200 Opelousas St., in Algiers Point. This FREE event, which is open to the public, lasts from 3 to 5 pm and will include games and activities. For more information or to volunteer, email [email protected].  


The Historic French Quarter Easter Parade, starts at 9:45 am at Antoine’s Restaurant and leads to St. Louis Cathedral for 11 am Mass. The parade consists primarily of mule-drawn carriages and old convertibles, with riders throwing stuffed Easter bunnies and other trinkets to the children along the route.