This one is a classic! If you decide to head to Washington D.C. for the weekend, you should visit the white house. Twenty-one thousand lucky guests will gather on the South lawn for games storytelling, entertainment and of course, egg rolling. The tradition is a true delight for kids and grown-ups. If you can’t make it, you can always catch the live stream on the official website of the White House.
2- Chris Owens French Quarter Easter parade in New Orlean
If you are looking for a more exuberant celebration, we advise you to attend the 34th Annual Chris Owens French Quarter Easter Parade. You may expect to come across a colorful blend of marching bands, beads, Easter trinkets and much more.
If you are in for the full experience, the celebrations start with a hat contest, a silent auction and more entertainment. Definitely a safe pick for the weekend!
3- St. Patrick’s Cathedral Mass in New york
Easter is of course a religious holiday and if you are looking for the best place to attend a mass, you should definitely think about heading to New York for the service at St. Patrick’s Catedral. Nothing beats the marvellous atmosphere of this cathedral. While you are in the city, you shouldn’t have any problem to fill the rest of your weekend.
4- Eggstravaganza – Birmingham’s Largest Easter Egg Hunt
Easter wouldn’t be the same without a proper Easter egg hunt. Visit Birmingham’s zoo for an original egg hunt while watching animals. You think it couldn’t get any better? Well, children will also receive a pair of bunny ears, how about that!
5- Brunch in Bloom in Pittsburgh
All you foodies will be delighted by this final suggestion. Did you know that Pittsburgh’s botanical garden is hosting a special brunch for Easter? Conservatory admission is included in the price and the brunch is served in special events hall against the breathtaking backdrop of tropical forest Congo.