Easter is a very important holiday to a lot of people around the world. If you are wondering about what to do or where to go for the Easter Holiday, don’t worry, we have you covered here at All-Star Rent A Van.
Here are some of our Easter ideas for your adventure to be:
If you are part of a big family, you know that getting to and from Church on Easter Sunday can be a hassle. Especially when it comes to finding a parking spot. Especially since Easter Sunday is the highest attended worship service of the year.
Visiting Family Further Away
Just as we see an influx in people attending church, we also see an influx of drivers on the road. Therefore, renting a Van may just be the best bet for you to get our whole family to where you are going safe. And the best part is, you don’t have to pay gas for every vehicle, by carpooling you can save money on gas and wear and tear on your vehicles.
Stay In Town And Enjoy San Diego’s Easter Activities
La Jolla Spring Egg Hunt
On Saturday, April 20th, from 10 am to 12 am, you can head over to the La Jolla Recreation Center and partake in an action-packed Spring egg hunt, crafts, and more. There will even be a photo shoot with our favorite Easter character Peter Rabbit.
The cost is $10/child and includes arts & crafts, meeting Peter Rabbit, and of course, a Goodie bag.
This time Peter Rabbit has decided to put on an hour-long train ride through San Diego’s east-county mountains. You will start at the Railway Museum in Campo, and go on an adventure and Easter egg hunt in this once in a lifetime event.
Starting April 13th, 14th, and 20th, with a variety of times.
Eggstravaganza at the Birch Aquarium
If you and your family are fans of the aquarium, this is THE place to be this Easter. The Birch Aquarium is holding a one of a kind underwater egg hunt. As well as crafts, and fun activities. They even convinced Peter Rabbit to wear a Scuba suit. Now that is something we need to see.
This even is help on both April 13-14 and 20-21, from 11 am to 3 pm.
Spring Party with Bunny At the Botanic Garden
Not only does Easter bring us bunnies, good food, and chocolate, it also brings spring. And the best way to welcome spring is by taking a a walk in the beautiful Botanic Gardens. There will be face painting, hand-made bunny ears, and photos with Peter Rabbit himself. As well, you will be able to plant a spring flower, which you get to take home!
Come and join them on Saturday, April 20th from 10 am to 1 pm.