Eggs will be scattered across a field with hard and soft surfaces for this non-competitive, accessible egg hunt for children who have sensory, fine motor and gross motor special needs. The Adaptive Egg Hunt is for ages 2-10. Registration is not necessary. Free.
No need to register for this egg hunt at The Pointe in Ballwin. Kids will be separated into different areas based on age, and each egg hunt area will have eggs spread across the field, along with golden tickets for prizes! Age groups are 2-4, 5-7 and 8-10. Every participant will be guaranteed a bag of candy. Plus, the Easter Bunny will be visiting each age group to pose for pictures. Kids should bring their own baskets.
The Annual Spring Egg Hunt in Wildwood will look different this year. Instead of an egg hunt, families are invited to participate in an Egg Pickup outside Wildwood City Hall. The Egg Pickup will be contactless, and as you drive through and pick up your eggs, there will be lots of fun and entertaining surprises! Advance registration is not necessary.
With so many twinkling, sparking things in the sky, how do you know what you are looking at? Bring your family and learn how to read the night sky at Starry Nights: Family Astronomy at Babler State Park in Wildwood. Participants will explore constellations, stars and more. Bundle up and enjoy learning something new and having fun! This program is for all ages.
Hop on down the bunny trail and fill your basket with fun! Eckert’s Annual Egg Hunt includes animals for viewing, tractor rides around the farm, planting seeds to take home, and a free photo scene with the Easter Bunny.
Hop on over to The Magic House to meet the Bunny! This spring, The Magic House is inviting families to visit its outdoor pavilion to enjoy a private, reserved visit with the Bunny, where you can take your own photos and visit the new outdoor attraction: Bunny Town!
The Saint Louis Chess Club is offering free group chess instruction to kids and teens at various branches of the St. Louis County Library.
The History Clubhouse at the Missouri History Museum has reopened for one-hour play sessions by reservation. The award-winning History Clubhouse is an interactive space designed for children and families with lots of hands-on experiences showcasing state and local history.
Visit the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park and see a star show to experience the largest artificial sky in the Western Hemisphere. Star shows are lead LIVE by one of the Planetarium's educators, creating a new and tailored experience for every audience.