Are you egg-cited for Easter weekend?! There are so many fun things to do in Dallas this Easter weekend!
From Easter egg hunts with face painting and live music for the whole family, to delicious brunch spots, and markets featuring lots of local vendors. We’ve made sure to cover it all!
Easter Egg Hunts and More
Easter Weekend at The Dallas Arboretum
Celebrate Easter at the Dallas Arboretum with fun activities for the whole family!
From face painting, a petting zoo, bunny photos, live music, to delicious food, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy.
APR 2–APR 4 | 9AM–5PM
Dallas Arboretum | 8525 Garland Rd, Dallas, Texas, 75218
Historic Downtown Carrollton's Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Let’s see who finds the most Easter eggs!
The Historic Downtown Carrollton Association is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt. There will be over 5000 eggs filled with candies and prizes from the shops and restaurants of Downtown Carrollton.
APR 3 | 11AM–3PM
Historic Downtown Carrollton | 1100 South Elm Street, Carrollton, Texas, 75006
Easter Eggstravaganza in Dallas
You’re going to have a blast!
Easter Eggstravaganza in Dallas is a great event for your entire family! They’ll be Easter egg hunts, face painters, snow cones, food, giveaways, free pictures with the Easter bunny, and lots of local vendors that you can shop from.
🗓 APR 3 | 11AM–4PM
📍 Lofty Spaces | 816 Montgomery St, Dallas, Texas, 75215
The Hunt | Easter Egg Drive Through Experience
Load up your family and friends in the car and join in on The Hunt – an Easter Egg Drive Through Experience!
Enjoy a special Easter egg drive-through experience in the Allen Performing Arts parking lot full of fun, candy, Easter eggs, and so much more!
APR 3 | 11AM–1PM
Allen ISD Performing Arts Center | 300 Rivercrest Boulevard, Allen, Texas, 75002
Jazzy Easter Brunch w/ Bobby Falk Group at Legacy Hall
Enjoy an egg-cellent Jazzy Easter Brunch with the Bobby Falk Group at Legacy Hall. Featuring the Easter bunny, built your own mimosas and bloody mary bar, and a plethora of brunch options!
APR 4 | 1:30PM–3:30PM
Legacy Hall | 7800 Windrose Avenue, Plano, Texas, 75024
Easter at Perry's
Hop on over to Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille for Easter Sunday Brunch on In addition to their full dinner menu, Perry’s will also be featuring Easter Eggs Benedict Brunch available for dine-in or to-go. You can also order Perry’s Easter Feast for 4 to-go.
APR 4 | 11AM–4PM
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille | 2100 Olive St, Dallas, Texas, 75201 + other locations
Rise+Thyme Easter Picnic Basket
Celebrate Easter with your honey bunny. Rise+Thyme is now offering takeaway picnic baskets for two. Enjoy your picnic at the AT&T Discovery District or at home!
The basket will include sparkling wine, pastries, delicious handheld goodies, egg dying kits, and more for $95 each.
Make sure to place your orders by Thursday, APR 1.
🗓 APR 4 | 10AM–1PM
📍 Rise+Thyme | 211 S Akard St, Dallas, Texas, 75202
More Things to Do This Weekend
The Market at Park Lane: Spring Series
The Market at Park Lane is back for a spring market series!
Spend your spring shopping in the open-air! Shop from lots of local artisans offering handcrafted goods such as candles, jewelry, accessories, and so much more! Enjoy shopping in a safe and socially distant environment with live music by D&Chi, giveaways, and plenty of outdoor patio dining options nearby!
The market will be located between Starbucks and Chipotle.
APR 3 | 11AM–4PM
The Shops at Park Lane | 8080 Park Ln, Dallas, Texas, 75231
Lakewood Village Farmers Market
Start your Easter morning with a trip to the farmers market!
Get some fresh fruits, vegetables, Texas honey, and more locally sourced goods for your Easter brunch! Support local farmers, ranchers, bakers, and makers who come from a 150-mile radius of Dallas.
APR 4 | 9AM–1PM
Lakewood Village Farmers Market | 6434 E Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, Texas, 75214
More Things to Do in Dallas
Circo Hermanos Vazquez
Dallas Symphony Orchestra – Texas Instruments Classical Series
Saturday Morning FREE Brewery Yoga
Easter Cookie Decorating Class
GREGG DIAMANT LIVE INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL MAGIC SHOW
Before you go
Due to COVID-19, we understand there’s not as much going on as normal in our city. But not to worry, there are still plenty of things to do in Dallas that can be done while social distancing. Be sure to double-check for any updates at events and venues before making plans to head out.