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10 Amazing Easter Egg Hunts Around the World

The bell rings and off run hundreds of excited children, all in the hopes of collecting the most eggs. Yep, it’s that time of year again — Easter! If you and the family love to go on a hunt each Easter, consider taking it up a notch by attending one of the biggest Easter egg hunts around the world. Head to Colorado to experience the Cooper Mountain Egg hunt, the world’s largest egg hunt. If you’re not quite ready to go to the big leagues, check out the Peter Rabbit Easter Egg hunt in the United Kingdom. Although these egg hunts are all around the world, they have one very special thing in common: spending a fun afternoon with the family to celebrate the Easter holiday.

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  • Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, Australia 2 of 11
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    On April 18th you can head on over to Werribee Park in Victoria, Australia to join thousands of families for Australia's largest easter egg hunt. Spend the day doing activities and family games, while enjoying a picnic in the sunshine. 
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    Head up to Cooper Mountain, Colorado on April 20th to experience the world's largest egg hunt. The day continues with live music and food for the whole family. 

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  • The Chateau Vaux Le Victome, France 4 of 11
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    Race out into the gardens over the weekend of Easter (April 19,20,21st)  to partake in an Easter egg hunt consisting of 85,000 eggs (aka three tons of chocolate)! There will also be games, activities, and the opportunity to explore this gorgeous place. 

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    A tradition that has been carried for 136 years, the White House's Easter Roll. Stop by to enjoy a fun-filled day of games, storytelling, and so much more. The Easter Egg Roll will take place on April 21st, you will want to get there early because there are about 30,000 people coming too. 
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    All military families are welcome at the annual Cannon Air Force Base Easter Egg Hunt on April 19th. Enjoy a day out with the family and hunt down some special treats while you're at it. 
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    Meet the Easter Bunny at Eggstravaganza Easter Egg Hunt in South Florida on April 12th.  This event is South Florida's largest Easter egg hunt and totally free. 
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    In The World of Peter Rabbit, in Windermere, United Kingdom, you can go on a hunt for fifty limited edition Easter eggs on April 16th. The funds raised at this event will be given to the Water Aid charity, so as you're having a blast you're giving back too. 
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    Norman's Best Easter Egg Hunt on April 11th in Oklahoma, is extra special because it is held at night, a tradition that has gone on for 30 years .
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    Start your hunt for Easter eggs at Easterfest in San Angelo, Texas on April 19th. This event is said to the Texas' largest Easter egg hunt and is held at the Texas Bank Sports Complex. Bring the whole to help with the hunt. 
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  • The Faberge Big Egg Hunt, New York 11 of 11
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    Get started going on an Easter egg hunt unlike any other through New York City. The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt goes through to April 25th and involves the entire city. Artists have been commissioned to decorate these 2.5 foot eggs and have placed them for people to find. At the end of the hunt they auction off the eggs and the proceeds go to help Asia's endangered elephants, and to help children in New York schools.
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Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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