Guide to Easter Egg Hunts and Easter Bunny Photos in Memphis

The race is on! Here’s a guide to upcoming Easter egg hunts and photo opportunities with the Easter bunny. Some of these events will offer both.

Looking for a brunch spot this Easter? Check out our Easter brunch guide. If you’re hosting an egg hunt or Easter event, please submit it to our event calendar and email us at [email protected].

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Easter Egg Hunts

Easter Egg-stravaganza | March 23

Free community event by Kroc Center of Memphis. Activities include egg hunt, face painting, devotion, giveaways, games, Easter Bunny photo opportunities, food, drinks, and more.

Overton Square Easter Egg Hunt | March 23

Spring into Overton Square for our second annual Easter Egg Hunt. Kids can pick up their bunny ears and Easter bags to scoop up as many eggs as they can find at this family-friendly and free event. The Easter Bunny will hop on by to say hello and take pictures at our springtime photobooth. Live music from children's music singer and songwriter, Andrew Best. Plus, free face painting, balloon artists, and a crafts table from The Art Project are sure to delight your little bunnies - and more surprises are waiting to be discovered! 

Easter Egg Hunt | March 23

Over 4,000 eggs will make up the 1st annual Easter egg hunt by A Smart Start Enrichment Academy LLC. There will be food, games, prizes, cake walk, cars, and more. Free to attend!

Memphis Tigers Egg Hunt | March 30

Memphis Athletics are hosting their annual egg hunt at Billy J. Murphy Track & Soccer Complex. After the egg hunt enjoy the Tigers baseball game at 1 p.m. Egg hunt is open to fans ages 12 and under. It is free but registration is required in advance.

Shop Black Fest | March 30

Experience over 100 Black-owned businesses in a family-friendly atmosphere. Enjoy DJ battles, Easter egg hunts, live performances, food trucks, and shopping galore! Don't miss out—join the excitement! Visit for details.

Oak Court Mall Easter Egg Hunt | March 30

Shoppers are invited to enjoy the annual Easter Egg Hunt festivities at Oak Court Mall. Easter egg hunters will gather in the Grove, located through the glass doors next to Bath & Body Works, at noon to kick off the hunt. This free event will run until 2 pm, featuring fun activities and treats for the whole family. Free Easter Bunny pictures and games will be available for children. RSVPs are encouraged to secure priority participation.

Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt & Sale

No Place Like Home will host a free egg hunt in their parking lot from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. There will be free food and drinks, bounce houses, pictures with the Easter bunny, giveaway, and a live DJ.

Easter Sunday at AutoZone Park | March 31

Celebrate Easter at AutoZone Park with the Memphis Redbirds. Following their 1:05 p.m. game, kids can participate in a postgame Easter Egg Hunt on the outfield covered in will be candy-filled eggs, merch, throwback giveaways, and more. The first 800 fans ages 12 and under will receive a Memphis Redbirds Easter basket that can be used during the Egg hunt.

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Hello! I'm Jalyn Souchek, the Director of Content for I Love Memphis Blog! I love calling the 901 home. When I'm not running the blog you can find me cheering on the Grizzlies, at a concert, exploring a new restaurant or kicking back at one of our breweries. I hope you'll love experiencing Memphis with me.

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