Bask in the egg-citement of all things bunnies and pastels this Easter. In addition to other Spring-themed events and happenings in Mobile, Easter holds a special place in Mobilians' hearts. The temperature is just right, our gardens are in full bloom and Spring break is around the corner. It just can’t get any better. Check out these seasonal events and experiences to add to your Easter plans.


Easter Fun For Families

Every Spring, Mobile becomes a flurry of Easter egg hunts and bunnies galore.

Bellingrath Gardens & Home’s Easter festivities will take place on Saturday, March 23 from 9 am-12 pm. Enjoy breakfast, arts and crafts and rounds of cornhole while surrounded by the beauty of the flora of the gardens. Bellingrath’s Easter egg hunt will kick off at 9 am.

On Saturday, March 30, the City of Mobile is hosting its annual Spring Fling at the Dotch Community Center. Face painting, photo opportunities with an Easter bunny, bounce houses and other activities will be available for guests to enjoy from 10 am-2 pm. Easter egg hunts will begin at 11 am. 

Join the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center on Saturday, March 23 for the Exploreum Easter Egg-travaganza from 10 am-2 pm. Following the egg hunt that begins at 10:30 am, participate in mindblowing STEM demonstrations such as Egg in a Bottle and Liquid Nitrogen Egg Smash.

Keep It Artsy This Easter

Add batik silk painting to your Easter plans. From Wednesday, March 6 until Friday, March 8, explore the colors and artistry behind batik painting techniques with the Mobile Museum of Art. Registered guests will add their personal flair to the experience and create three colorful masterpieces.

Indulge in Seasonal Delicacies

Ditch the Peeps. Mobile’s ample dessert options boast some of the most delicious seasonal menus during Easter. 

Mo’Bay Beignets’ newest syrup, lemon cream, adds the perfect touch to their sugary confections. 

Bake My Day’s 3-layer carrot cake is a delicious addition to your plate. Packed with carrots and pecans, this dessert deserves a spot on your table. 

A trip to stock up on chocolate bunnies and other Easter-themed goods is incomplete without stopping at Three Georges & The Nuthouse and the A&M Peanut Shop.

Worship at Sunrise Services

Celebrate Easter Sunday with sunrise services at Bellingrath Gardens & Home and USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park. Both services start at 6:30 am and are free and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to bring their own seating due to limited spacing.