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Hop to it! An eggs-austive list of Easter hunts in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn has a lot of bunny business!

Our hard-boiled reporters have tracked down an Easter Egg hunt in almost every neighborhood in the borough of churches. Read ahead to find the closest spot for your Easter egg-citement!

Marine Park

Brooklyn’s biggest egg-hunt will be in Floyd Bennet Field, where the Green Meadows Farm will host a five-day eggstravaganza! Kids can hunt for colored eggs filled with prizes, pose for pictures with Whiskers the bunny, and go on a hayride. And for an egg-stra fee, there are pony rides and a petting zoo.

Green Meadows Farm Easter Egg Hunt at Aviator Sports [3159 Flatbush Ave. between Belt Parkway and Aviation Road, (718) 440–3358, www.greenmeadowsfarmbrooklyn.com]. March 29–April 2; 10 am–4 pm. $9.

Flatbush

Brooklyn’s oldest house holds an egg-straordinary Easter Egg Hunt, featuring face-painting, a visit from the Easter Bunny, music, snacks, and games.

Easter Egg Hunt at Wyckoff House [5816 Clarendon Rd. at E. 59th Street in Flatbush, (718) 629–5400, www.wyckoffmuseum.org]. March 31; Noon–3 pm. Free.

Bay Ridge

State Sen. Marty Golden throws his egg-citing annual Easter Egg Hunt, with games, music, prizes, and a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny. The last egg hunt starts at 3 pm!

Marty Golden’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Shore Road Park [Shore Road at 79th Street in Bay Ridge, (718) 238–6044, golden.nysenate.gov]. March 31; 2–4 pm. Free.

Dyker Heights

It’s no yolk! On April Fool’s Day — which is also Easter — the Dyker Beach Golf Course will host an Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt! Enjoy a giant afternoon meal, take a photo with the Easter Bunny, and send the kids hunting for eggs along the fairway!

Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt at Dyker Beach Golf Course [86th Street at Seventh Avenue in Dyker Heights, (718) 836–9722 x261, www.dykerbeachgc.com). April 1, 11 am–2 pm. $55 ($27.50 kids).

Gowanus

The climbing gym Brooklyn Boulders can be a dangerous place for kiddies, so instead it has cooked up an “Adult Eggstravag­anza” for Easter, featuring an egg and spoon race over an obstacle course, brunchy snacks, and adult beverages.

Adult Eggstravaganza at Brooklyn Boulders [575 Degraw St. at Third Avenue in Gowanus, (347) 834–9066, www.brooklynboulders.com/gowanus]. March 31, 11 am–2 pm. $35 (members free).

Park Slope

Hunt for eggs in Brooklyn’s largest green space: Prospect Park! Trinity Grace Church Park Slope will host an Easter Egg Hunt in the park near the Bandshell, and they have invited all the neighbors. In addition to the egg search, the event will have music, temporary tattoos for the kiddos, crafts, festive treats, and coffee for the grown-ups.

Easter Egg Hunt (Prospect Park Bandshell, enter at 11th Street and Prospect Park West in Park Slope, www.tgcparkslope.com). March 31; 10:30 am–1 pm. Free.

Carroll Gardens

It may not be an Easter Egg hunt, but the “Green Eggs Eco-Friendly Easter” event in Carroll Park will teach kids to use paints, dyes, and crayons to produce brightly colored eggs, as well as how to turn an empty egg carton into a temporary garden.

Green Eggs at Carroll Park, (Smith Street between Carroll and President streets in Carroll Gardens, makebetter.camp/egg). March 31; noon–3 pm. Free.

Red Hook

The Redemption Church will hold its third annual egg hunt, with food, games, arts and crafts, and music. The egg-cellent search kicks off at 2 pm.

Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Coffey Park (Richards Street between King and Verona streets in Red Hook, www.facebook.com/RedemptionRedHook). March 31; Noon–4 pm. Free.

Fort Greene

Bring your own basket to Fort Greene Park, where you can join the Easter Bunny — and Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo — on an egg hunt. Kids can also join the arts and crafts sessions to egg-spress their artistic sides, and can listen to live music.

District 35 Egg Hunt at Fort Green Park (enter at Myrtle Avenue and N. Portland Avenue in Fort Greene). March 31; 11 am–2 pm. Free.

Brooklyn Navy Yard

Leave the kids behind for an all-adult egg hunt high in the sky! Rooftop Reds hosts an Easter Egg Hunt — the $40 admission gets you a glass of sparkling wine, a basket filled with a bottle of Riesling, and a hunt through the rooftop vineyard for colored eggs that contain wine-related prizes!

Easter Egg Hunt at Rooftop Reds [enter at 299 Sands St. at Navy Street, Bldg. 275 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, (571) 327-3578, www.rooftopreds.com]. April 1; 2–5 pm. $40.

Bedford-Stuyvesant

The New Journey Church will host an Easter Egg Hunt, featuring an appearance from the Easter Bunny. A DJ and an open mike will entertain those waiting on tiny egg hunters, and there will also be food and games.

Easter Egg Hunt 2018 at New Journey Church (480 Bainbridge St. at Saratoga Avenue in Beford-Stuyvesant, (718) 452-0949, www.newjourneyny.org). March 31; 11 am–3 pm. Free.

Greenpoint

In the backyard of the restaurant FourFiveSix, groups of kids will launch their egg hunts on the hour from noon to 2 pm (11 am is already sold out). Before and after the search, kids can listen to music from singer Esther Crow, engage in eggy arts projects, and pose for photos with the Easter Bunny. Proceeds will benefit local Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts.

2018 Spring Egg Hunt at FourFiveSix (199 Richardson St. between Humboldt and N. Henry streets in Greenpoint, www.townsquareinc.com/egg-hunt). March 31; 11 am–3 pm. $5 ($20 for kids, $15 in advance).

Updated 5:47 pm, July 9, 2018
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