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Denver Easter Egg Hunt


Photo by Anna Bratiychuk on Unsplash.
Photo by Anna Bratiychuk on Unsplash.

Embark on a delightful journey through time and tradition at Four Mile Historic Park in Denver, Colorado, where the joyous tradition of Easter egg hunting meets the charm of a bygone era. Nestled along the banks of Cherry Creek, this enchanting historic site offers families a unique opportunity to celebrate Easter amidst the rustic beauty of the Old West. As children eagerly scour the picturesque grounds in search of hidden treasures, they'll also discover the rich history and cultural heritage that make Four Mile Historic Park a cherished landmark in the Mile High City. Join us for a day of festive fun and exploration as we carry on the time-honored tradition of Easter egg hunting against the backdrop of Colorado's storied past.


The Easter Festivities


Experience the thrill of searching for golden eggs, each holding special prizes, scattered across the expansive 12-acre Park. This year, we've curated three unique egg scrambles tailored to children of all ages. Little ones aged 3 and under can enjoy a charming egg hunt within the kiddie corral, while older kids aged 5-9 and 9 and up can participate in separate hunts. After the hunt, the festivities continue with a tractor hayride, photo opportunities with the Easter bunny, and engaging spring-themed crafts.


Delight in the magical performances of Inspector Magic, groove to a kid-friendly concert by Animal Farm, and join in the Victorian Egg Rolling contest and Musical Egg Chairs challenge. Adults, indulge in the Four Mile Bar's offerings, including mimosas, Bloody Marys, and a fully stocked bar. Treat yourself to delicious snacks from food trucks and explore the Spring Marketplace for a delightful shopping experience. Prepare for a day filled with excitement and cherished memories for the entire family. To get your tickets to this event, check out the Four Mile Park website.

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