Celebrate Easter in Chicago with these Chicago and suburban activities!
Sunday, April 16 is Easter! From egg hunts to Easter brunch, these Chicago and suburban events will make a great holiday.
Get the family involved with the Great Chicago Egg Hunt at Maggie Daley Park! Collaborating with Medieval Times, the event features a Middle-Ages themed Easter extravaganza, complete with over 1,000 candy-filled eggs. The egg hunt will also feature games such as sword fighting demonstrations, knights and princesses, crafts and more. Only a 9 minute walk from 73 East Lake or an 11 minute walk from Marquee at Block 37.
Enjoy an Easter brunch at Nico Osteria. The Italian seafood restaurant is serving savory dishes such as spring lamb hash, stuffed apple pancakes and lobster scramble. Brunch also includes Bloody Marys and Bellevue Bellini, including a sweet treat of tiramisu or cassata cake. Only a 6 minute walk from State & Chestnut.
Easter egg hunts aren’t just for the kids! Enjoy the Easter tradition — and a drink or two — at Longman and Eagle’s Adult Easter Egg Hunt! The event starts with an egg hunt, followed by a block party hosted by Longman and Eagle featuring music and food. After an egg count winners will be awarded an Easter gift basket. Only a 12 minute drive from Catalyst Apartments or Arkadia Towers.
Easter is for enjoying the springtime weather! Have Easter brunch among the spring flowers at Morton Arboretum Brunch. Enjoy a view of Meadow Lake with a buffet-style brunch, and afterwards take a walk through the park. Only an 10 minute drive from Iroquois Club or Dwell at Naperville.