Fun Green Bay 2013 Easter Events for Kids [Infographic]

Easter fun is only a hop, skip and a jump away…

We’ve tracked down several fun adventures for kids that are taking place during the last two weekends in March and first weekend in April.

Have fun with the kids this Easter!

Check out the graphic below to find out where you can meet the Easter Bunny, hunt for Easter eggs and get in on other activities too.

Make sure to scroll down to get the details.

Easter-Fun in Green Bay


Wildlife Sanctuary 

The Wildlife Sanctuary is a great place to take the kids out for an adventure. Anytime, or to celebrate Easter!

At 9:30 am or 11:00 am March 3oth, bring the kids for some Easter crafts and coloring as well as an Easter egg hunt!

$2.50 – Members & City Residents

$3.75 – Non-Residents

Pre-registration is required. Call 391-3671 to register.

Seroogy’s Chocolates

Seroogy’s Chocolates in De Pere & Ashwaubenon is inviting the Easter Bunny to both stores! You can take your own pictures for free and shoppers can try some free chocolate and freshly roasted coffee samples. Make sure to pick up one of Seroogy’s famous Chocolate Fudge Easter Eggs. My husband’s family put the egg in the freezer and then sliced pieces for everyone to share. They love them!

Times are as follows:

5:00 – 7:00 pm, Friday March 30th

11:00 – 4:00 pm, Saturday March 31st

10:00 – 12:00 pm & 3:00 – 5:00 pm, Friday April 6th

11:00 – 4:00 pm, Saturday April 7th

National Railroad Museum

The Railroad Museum is a fun place for kids to check out as well as adults. Especially if you’ve never been there.

And for Easter, your kids will love to take a ride on the Great Bunny Train! March 23rd – 24th, there will be exciting kids entertainment including Robbie Clement, Lou Lepore and Jeff McMullen.

Enjoy crafts and games for people of all ages and grab a delicious sandwich from Great Harvest Bread Company.

Train Times: 9:30 am, 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm, 3:30 pm & 4:30 pm.

Admission: $10 for adults & children 3+

Josten Park

The Village of Bellevue is hosting the annual Easter Egg Bonanza at Josten Park on March 3oth. Josten Park is one of my favorite local parks to take the kids!

For some Easter fun, bring the kids on an egg hunt and do egg coloring and crafts. Kids can get their faces painted and get their picture taken with the Easter Bunny.

There will be three sessions for kids ages two – eight years old.

Session times are: 9:00 am, 10:30 am or 12:00 pm.

The event is free of charge,  but pre-registration is required.

Go to to register.

Neville Public Museum

From 9:30 – 3:30 pm March 23rd, join in on the fun at the  Neville Public Museum. They will have an Easter egg hunt, kids can win prizes, make a dinosaur nest, and participate in the dinosaur dig.

See real dinosaur fossils too!

Fee for Non‐Members: Child‐$10.00, Adult‐$5.00

Fee for Members: Child‐$8.00, Adult‐Free

The New Zoo

Join in the Easter EggStravaganZoo fun at the New Zoo March 30th between 8 – 2 pm. The Easter Bunny will be there!

Start the day with an all-you-can-eat pancake & porkies breakfast. Served with fresh fruit and a drink and located at the Reforestation Camp Ski Lodge or the Mayan Restaurant from 8 am – noon.

Then take your own Easter baskets and participate in and Egg Hunt from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

Each child 12 & under can collect up to 5 eggs and redeem them at the matching color station for candy.

Be on the lookout for the special metallic colored grand prize eggs hidden through out the Zoo. Turn one in at the Visitor Center for a grand prize!

The cost for breakfast, admission & egg hunt is $10 per person.

Children 1 & under are free.

Cost to participate in the easter egg hunt is $3.00 per child (1 & under are free) + regular admission.


Sir Bounce-A-Lot’s, in Green Bay, is giving the first 350 people who arrive on Friday, March 29th a visit with the Easter Bunny, bounce admission, and an egg with a prize! Simply donate $2 at the door for WIXX 101’s Christmas Wish.

Meet the Easter Bunny at Sir Bounce A lots!

What did we miss? Do you know of any fun Easter events in Northeast Wisconsin? What have you done in past years that you enjoyed? Leave us a comment below – we love to hear from you!

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