Five kid-friendly Easter activities in and near Berkeley

Easter Sunday is April 8. Photo: Creative Commons

Our friends at 510 Families have researched fun Easter activities you may want to do over the next few days in and around Berkeley:

Eggster Egghunt and Learning Festival  On the Cal campus, this free event put on by student volunteers will be from 10-3 pm on Saturday and features 40 learning activity booths in addition to an egghunt. Find the Eggster event in front of the Campanile.

Egg week at Habitot  For toddlers and preschoolers, the activities in Habitot’s art studio for the remainder of the week will be spring-themed. Habitot is best for kids 2-3 and admission is $9.75.

Spring Egg Hunt Extravaganza  On Saturday, Willard Park will host a bunny petting zoo and a mini-carnival for kids, along with an age-segmented egg hunt.


Dunsmuir-Hellman Historic Estate egg hunt  This Oakland mansion invites the public to a pre-Easter egg hunt on Saturday afternoon with pony rides, face painting, and more.

King Pool Easter event  Why not go for a swim on Sunday afternoon? The King Pool in North Berkeley will host egg dying and water games at noon.

For more East Bay Easter ideas, visit 510Families.com.

To find out about more events in Berkeley and nearby, visit Berkeleyside’s Events Calendar. We also encourage you to submit your own events.