Easter in Miami is full of Hoppenings, from bunny crossings and baskets of eggs, chicks and carrots, brunches and breakfasts, parades and festivals.
And let's not forget Jesus is the reason for the season, wonderful services await.
Here are this year's most popular Easter events in Miami.
Jungle Island's Easter Eggstravaganza "Mega Egga" is truly spectacular with over 50,000 eggs and more than 800 pounds of candy!
What else? Besides the daily Easter egg hunts, there will be visits with the Easter Bunny, pie-eating contests, face painting, arts and crafts, elephant rides, bounce houses... The event benefits the Miss Millie Foundation.
Where?: Jungle Island at 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, Florida 33132
How Much?: General admission: Adults $39.95, Children (3-10) $32.95 Plus tax. Parking $10
More info: www.jungleisland.com
It's a magical day at Zoo Miami with continuous egg safaris, fun activities, the Easter Bunny and more for kids 12 and under, this year with an exciting Dino twist!
And even more fun than hunting for eggs, is watching the animals hunt for their own treats. In honor of the holiday, the animals also get their special treats: the chimps and gorillas get hard-boiled Easter eggs, the African elephants get their coconut easter eggs, meerkats get painted treat boxes...
Where?: Zoo Miami at 1 Zoo Boulevard, 12400 SW 152 Street, Miami, FL 33177
How Much?: General Admission Adult $21.95 Children (3-12) $17.95. Parking FREE.
More info: Egg Safari at Zoo Miami
What?: Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Egg Hunts... two hours of activities
When?: Saturday April 15, 2017 - 9:30 am, 12:00 noon, 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm
Where?: The Little Farm: 13401 S.W. 224 Street, Goulds, Florida 33170
How Much?: $20 per child, adult $10. Reservations are required. Refreshments will be available at additional cost.
More info and tickets: The Little Farm Egg Hunt
Bunny Penguin Palooza at the Miami Seaquarium is one of the largest Easter events in the city and this year, we bring it
to the park's newest attraction Penguin Isle.
A hip-hopping weekend featuring continuous egg hunting throughout
the day, the largest Easter Parade in South Florida, rides, slides and bounce houses, and of course, daily visits from the real, live Easter Bunny.
Where? Miami Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149
How Much? General Admission: Adults $44.99 Children (3-9) $34.99 plus tax
Awe-inspiring choirs, uplifting organ music, and the sweet fragrance of Easter lilies filling the church, Easter Sunday Mass is a lovely experience as all our places of worship and the communities go out of their way to welcome and share in the spirit and purpose of the Easter celebration.
Easter Sunday is on April 16, 2017. Here are some places you can attend Easter Sunday Mass in Miami:
Bottomless mimosas, spicy Bloody Mary's and a smorgasbord of tantalizing dishes from well-loved brunch staples to out-of-the-ordinary brunch specialties, and the atmosphere? Certainly anything from homey and quiet to beachfront and lively, Miami is definitely not lacking.
Here are some great places to try that are rocking the Brunch scene in Miami. And remember, reservations are a must on Easter Sunday.
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