Easter Egg Hunts in Pittsburgh 2024

As spring blooms and Easter approaches, families across the city eagerly anticipate the fun-filled tradition of hunting for colorful eggs hidden in parks, gardens, and community spaces. Thankfully, Pittsburgh offers a delightful and large array of Easter Egg Hunts that promise excitement and laughter for the entire family. Many of these hunts even include prizes for those children who find the special eggs. Some have other activities to extend the hunt into a day-long adventure. So grab your baskets, make sure your sneakers are laced up nice and tight, and get your eagle-eye ready to find the most eggs.


Romp and Roll, March 21 and 24

Explore the fun of spring and Easter with curated sessions special for your little ones’ age range. With the cost of admission they get to make a take-home craft, have a non-candy egg hunt, get a photo with the Easter Bunny, and participate in a Bubble Dance Party.

Egg-normous Egg Hunt 2024

Ross Community Center, March 23

All community members can get out as a family to find candy-filled eggs, make crafts, play games, and even visit with the Easter Bunny. For ages up to 10, the hunt will take place outdoors with the weather permitting.

Easter Egg Hunt Edgewood

Koenig Field, March 23

Grab your cutest bag or basket and fill it with treats and prizes out in Koenig Field. Kids will be sorted into three age groups prior to the hunt with a fair opportunity for all. After the hunt, the Easter Bunny will make a grand appearance. Plus, parents can purchase coffee to help the Edgewood Volunteer Fire Department.

Easter Egg Hunt 2024

Dormont Park, March 23

Children 12 and under can hunt for eggs and then turn in their empty eggs for a chance to win big prizes. They’ll also have a chance to meet the Easter Bunny after all the fun. Anyone needing a sensory-friendly experience can sign up ahead of time for the earlier slot.

Penn Brewery Easter Egg Hunt

Penn Brewery, March 23

Rain or shine, plan to collect eggs in Penn Brewery’s historic biergarten. Some of the eggs include golden tickets to be redeemed for larger prizes at the prize desk. But others have candy, toy surprises and prize vouchers. Don’t forget to say hi to Hops the Bunny while you adventure.

Easter Egg Hunt

Simmons Farm, March 23-30

Head out to Simmons Farm for a day full of Easter activities. Your child will get to make a farm related craft, collect Easter eggs for special prizes, decorate and plant a flower pot, color a craft, participate in ducky races, and visit the various farm animals. 

Settlers Ridge Easter Egg Hunt

Plaza Between Panera Bread and Barnes & Noble, March 23

Make sure the whole family has fun this Easter with something for everyone. Participate in the egg hunt then spin a prize wheel, dance along to music, and take silly pictures in the photo booth. Of course the Easter Bunny will be nearby to assist kids in the fun along the way.


National Aviary, March 23

Search through the various animal habitats throughout the National Aviary for an egg-themed scavenger hunt. But that’s just the beginning. Throughout the day, kids can explore egg biofacts, make a craft, play a variety of educational games, learn from aviary experts, and meet an Animal Ambassador.

Happy Hoppy Easter Egg Hunt

Community Presbyterian Church, March 23

It’s another year of looking for colorful eggs. Explore games, crafts, and visit the Easter Bunny at Community Presbyterian Church’s Easter Egg Hunt. Children will be split into different age groups for safety and then afterwards can trade out their candy and prizes with others at a trading post.

Free Easter Egg Hunt 2024

Greentree Sportsplex, March 31

Take on a different kind of Easter egg hunt this year inside the Greentree Sportsplex with eggs hiding under sports equipment and in inflatable bouncy castles. Be on the lookout for rare golden eggs that you can turn in for special prizes. Kona Ice will be available for a sweet, frozen treat after the hunt. 

Story by Kylie Thomas

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