It’s Easter weekend! And there are lots of ways to celebrate both the holiday and spring this weekend in Cincinnati. Trains? Hunting for Golden Eggs at the Zoo? Celebrating Easter at the Taft? You can do it all in Cincy! (Oh — and FYI: there are still lots of Easter Egg Hunts happening this weekend!)
Here are 5 ways to celebrate Easter this weekend in Cincinnati:
Spring Celebration Family Swim at Goldfish Swim School West Chester
Fri., April 14 from 6:30-8 p.m.
Come celebrate the arrival of spring by spending a fun evening in the pool with your family and creating awesome arts & crafts. Admission is $5/swimmer with a $15 max/family. RSVP is requested: call 513-857-1700, email [email protected], or stop by the front desk.
Easter Bunny Express
April 14 and 15 at LM&M Railroad
Hop aboard the LM&M Railroad’s Easter Bunny Express! Enjoy a train ride to the LM&M Junction for a special visit with the Easter Bunny. All children will receive a special gift and have the opportunity to take part in an Easter Egg Hunt!
Easter Celebration at the Zoo
Sat., April 15 from 12-5 p.m.
An egg-citing event for children that includes treat stations throughout the park, children’s activities, popular animal egg hunts and visits with the Easter Bunny. Back by popular demand, Search for the Golden Eggs! There will be four “Golden Eggs” hidden around the Zoo. If you find one turn it in at the Welcome Center for one of four great prizes!
Kings Island Opening Day
Sat., April 15
It’s the second-biggest Opening Day of the month! Spring means days at Kings Island, and the 2017 season promises to be better than ever! Check out the brand-new Mystic Timbers ride — and get your passes now to get in all summer long — and this winter for the much-anticipated return of Winterfest!
Sun., April 16 from 1-4 at the Taft Museum
Come celebrate Easter in this “egg”-cellent Funday. Decorate an egg to take home, learn how to create stories from art at the Art Cart, and then join us for a performance of The Ugly Duckling by TCT on Tour at 2 p.m. (suitable for kids grades K-5). Meet rabbits from Sunrock Farm at 3 p.m.