City Park Hopping with Easter Events

Egg Scramble and Bunny Hops offer Easter Excitement for All Ages

City Park Conservancy invites you to March into the Park for an EGG-Cellent time.

The weekend before Easter, 35,000 eggs will be spread throughout Carousel Gardens Amusement Park and Storyland for the Annual Egg Scramble. From 9:30 -10 am, Saturday, March 23rd and Sunday, March 24th, families will enjoy balloon artists, a DJ, and photos with the Easter Bunny. At 10 am, the hunt begins for hidden treasures including special golden eggs with Carousel Gardens and City Putt tickets enclosed.

Egg Scramble is recommended for children eight years and younger. Storyland will be specifically reserved for toddlers. Children will be provided with bags to hold their collected eggs. Tickets are $25 for any guest over 36” tall and include unlimited Amusement Park rides – admission includes all-day access to Carousel Gardens.

The following week, the kids clear out as Bunny Hops moves in. From 7-10 pm, Saturday, March 30th, an adults-only egg hunt commences complete with open beer bars, jambalaya, a DJ, and novelty bunny ears. Tickets are $35 for guests 21+ and include unlimited Amusement Park rides.

“You know it’s officially springtime in New Orleans when you see kids and adults running around for eggs,” said City Park Conservancy Director of Special Events Julie LaCour. “These two weekends bring us so much joy, and we’re honored so many people choose to make City Park a part of their holiday tradition.”

Friends of City Park members receive discounted admission to each Easter event. For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit

Egg Scramble

When: 3/23rd + 3/24th | 9:30 am – Noon

Where: Carousel Gardens Amusement Park + Storyland

Admission: $25 | $22 FOCP


Bunny Hops

When: 3/30th | 7-10 pm

Where: Carousel Gardens Amusement Park + Storyland

Admission: $35 | $32 FOCP


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