8 Ways To Celebrate Easter In Las Vegas

By Elle
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As March kicks off and the weather begins to warm up, Las Vegas gets ready to celebrate Easter.

As Easter takes place on Sun, March 31, 2024 — this year’s festivities will take place starting that Saturday, March 30.

Expect lots of Easter bunny photo ops at the malls, Sunday brunch specials at hotels on the Strip, Easter egg hunts, and more. You’ll find a lot going on throughout the city!

Here’s a look at where you can catch them.

Have Easter Brunch

Seafood at Bachannal Buffet at Caesars Palace

Easter Sunday and brunch go hand in hand no matter where you are. But Las Vegas takes this tradition to the next level with special offerings across the city. Here are some notable restaurants hosting Easter brunch specials:

Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas: Indulge in an Easter Sunday Jazz Brunch at Lakeside, featuring live jazz music and a decadent seafood buffet. The menu includes made-to-order brunch specialties and a dessert eggs-travaganza! Available from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Reservations required. Cost: Prix fixe $99 per adult, $56 for children five and under.

The Buffet at Wynn: This Easter brunch offers a variety of delicious food options, including seafood, sushi, and a carving station. You’ll find more than 90 dishes including a wide range of made-to-order choices, 15 different food kitchens, and a delectable patisserie-full of treats.

Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan: This is a brunch-only buffet, which makes it a super popular Easter buffet option because you can only enjoy it during the daytime hours. Unlike traditional buffets, dishes are individually portioned and elegantly plated, resembling those found in high-end restaurants.

Bouchon at The Venetian: When you want to experience high caliber brunch, Bouchon is where you go. They’re offering up their twist on Chicken and Waffles. What’s even better? They’re serving mimosas by the bottle now.

STK at The Cosmopolitan: On Saturdays and Sundays, STK hosts a lively, social brunch with bottomless mimosas and bloody marys while a live DJ sets the vibe for your weekend. Indulge in signature menu items or brunch staples with an STK twist. Sip in the scene with an extra layer of entertainment every Sunday during their Glitz & Glam Brunch.

Gospel Brunch at House of Blues: Get your Sunday started right while enjoying a breakfast/brunch buffet featuring Southern-inspired favorites at House of Blues inside Mandalay Bay. You’ll find this event taking place certain Sundays throughout the year.

Spring SpEGGtacular

Date: Saturday, March 23, 3pm – 6pm

Head to Silverado Ranch Park to enjoy a free egg hunt, carnival games, bounce houses, food trucks, bunny visit and more.

Additional fees are required for food trucks.

Egg hunt waves will begin at 3:30pm including Parent & Me, 4-5yrs, 6-8yrs, 9-12yrs & 13-16yrs groups. Check in at the park to receive your egg hunt wristband.

Boulder City Bunny Express

Date: Saturday, March 16 – March 30

Hop on down to the museum for some family fun! This two-hour event includes an approximate 40-minute train ride that includes sing-a-longs and a reading of Peter Rabbit. Once you arrive at Springtime Station, you and all the other train passengers will disembark for refreshments, games and activities, and photos with a special bunny friend.

All Bunny Express excursions have a forecast for bubble storms!

This event is a fundraiser for the Friends of the Nevada Southern Railway who support the museum’s education and preservation mission.

Spring Carnival & Hippity-Hop Egg Hunt

Date: March 30, 2024 | 9 AM – 1 PM

Head down to the Whitney Ranch Recreation Center and celebrate Spring at Henderson’s Annual Spring Carnival. The carnival is packed with fun for the whole family. Enjoy a live DJ, carnival games, bounce houses, food trucks, face painting, refreshments and so much more!

Children ages 1-10 years old and parents are welcome to participate in one of the age appropriate Hippity-Hop Egg Hunts. Entry fees are per person and advanced registration recommended.

Dog Gone Spring Fun

Date: Saturday March 30, 2024 | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

If you’re looking to celebrate Easter with your dog, spend the morning at Heritage Bark Park. You and the pup are sure to have a hopping good time! Participants will get to interact with the Easter Bunny and take a photo with their pups. They’ll also have festive treats, pop-up agility courses, and activities for your pups to enjoy.

The event will take place in the all-dog area. To ensure the best experience, it’s recommended that your pet has been socialized with other dogs. Registration is per dog.

Funny Bunny Race 2024

Date: Saturday April 6, 2024

Get your race on at W. Wayne Bunker Family Park if you’re looking for an entertaining spring morning. Runners, Walkers, and Hoppers alike will find eggs along the trail. Runners and walkers will receive Race Day T-Shirts and goody bags. Participants will receive a photo from the photo booth.

The Kids will enjoy a bunny hop for eggs, bounce houses, face painting, and more.

Someone will lead a 30 minute pre-race dynamic stretch, and then we’re off to the races!

Egg Dive

Date: Sunday, March 31, 2024 | 1pm to 5pm

Featuring hundreds of eggs hiding in the pool, swimming, arts and crafts and more, the City of Henderson’s Egg Dive is a ton of fun for the kids.

Children compete against others their age to gather the most eggs for prizes and treats. All ages are welcome, but those requiring lifejackets must have an adult within arm’s reach during the event. Entry fees are per person and advanced registration recommended. Please bring a basket to hold your eggs.

The event takes place on Sunday at Heritage Park Aquatic Complex, 310 S. Racetrack Road, Henderson. Open swimming, arts and crafts, and snacks begin at 1pm. Age-divided egg dives start at 2pm.

Easter at The Sundry

Date: March 10, 24, and 31

The Sundry’s Easter activity includes the chance to get pictures with the Easter Bunny on March 10, as well as Easter Egg Hunts on March 10, 24, and 31!

Kids, up to 10 years old, can enjoy a small group of up to 10 children per hunt, ensuring an egg-cellent Easter experience – bring your Egg Basket and join the Easter Egg hunt!

Each hunt includes 144 eggs filled with fidget toys, animal plush toys, pop toys, squishy toys, animal pull-backs, and slap bracelets. Participants have up to 30 minutes to collect as many eggs as possible.

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!