It’s springtime (a girl can dream, right?), and you know what that means! In addition to the allergies and the rain, springtime means it’s time to plan for Easter. Whether you do Easter baskets, hide eggs, or gorge yourself with Cadbury eggs quietly in the closet (just me?), Easter is a great time to enjoy time with your family (in a safe, socially distanced way).
As expected, Chattanooga has a wide variety of ways to celebrate the season — check out the options below!
April 2 and 3, 9:00-12:30 and 1:30-5:00
Hug-a-Bunny Days guests will have the chance to get their photo made with the Easter Bunny, enjoy springtime games and crafts, gather Easter eggs, watch as our Zoo animals enjoy their egg hunt enrichment, encounter the Zoo’s real bunnies, and more!
Chattanooga Zoo Members enjoy a special early entry time 30 minutes before each session!
Adults $14.95, children $11.95, ages 2 and under free (for non-members)
Adults $7.00 and children $5.00 for Chattanooga Zoo members.
March 27 and April 3rd 11:00-4:00
The park will be open for an Easter egg hunt and lots of family activities (bouncy pad, slide, swings, photo ops, etc). Tickets should be purchased in advance!
April 3rd 1-3pm
“GREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! Join us to paint your own version of this image created by one of our artists. The perfect family get together for ages 5 yrs and up! Registration required for all attendees.
The Southern Belle is offering a variety of Easter cruises this year. Choose one that fits your needs, whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch, the Easter bunny or a nice cruise of the beautiful Tennessee river!
Kids will enjoy free Easter crafts and pictures with the Easter bunny. Additional photos can be ordered for a small fee.
Take part in the upcoming events at Rock City — visit Shamrock City or see all the gorgeous springtime blooms from the heights of Lookout Mountain!