An Egg-stra Special Look at the Easter Offerings of the Disneyland Resort

If you are visiting the Disneyland Resort this weekend, you might just want to enjoy some of the Easter offerings! Throughout the week, a couple of our favorite Disney rabbits have made appearances, including the Easter Bunny himself! 

Now, Easter celebrations aren’t complete without an Easter egg hunt! There are three different hunts in the resort to partake in. Guests can hunt in Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney. There are different maps for each area, which are $6.99 and come with an egg-stra special prize! Character eggs are hidden all over, and guests complete the map by placing a character egg sticker on the corresponding location of the egg.

And of course there are special Easter-themed treats! They’re the perfect addition for any Easter basket! Three specialty themed caramel apples are available to purchase. One looks like a baby chick hatching, the other two are Mickey and Minnie eggs. There is also a special baby chick cake pop, as well as some pre-packaged rice krispy treats. You can find these treats at Candy Palace on Main Street, Pooh Corner in Critter Country, Trolley Treats on Buena Vista Street, Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff in Pixar Pier, and Marceline’s Confectionery in Downtown Disney. There is also a Minnie themed Easter Bunny cupcake at White Water Snacks at the Grand Californian.

Don’t forget to snap a picture with the Easter Egg props on Main Street, Buena Vista Street, and by the Haunted Mansion!

With so many Easter offerings to choose from, which will you do first?



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