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Who doesn't love scrambling around a lawn on Easter morning, trying not to push other people down as you look for candy and maybe a golden egg?

Most communities have their own hunts; even President Obama hosts one. Take a peek at some of the best Easter egg hunts in the world.


Greatest Easter Egg Hunts

White House 2010 Easter Egg Roll

This year's Easter Egg Roll will be held Monday, April 5, 2010 at the White House and the theme of "Ready, Set, Go!" promoting health and wellness.

World's Largest Easter Egg Hunt

Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven, Florida was the site of the largest Easter egg hunt to date. It included exactly 510,000 eggs hidden on the lawn of Magnolia Mansion.

Largest Home in America

Imagine having an Easter egg hunt on the lawn of the largest house in America! On Easter Sunday Biltmore Estates in Asheville, North Carolina will be hosting hunts for children of different ages. Biltmore Estates is the largest home in the U.S.

Gone to the Dogs

Dogs can celebrate Easter at the SKC Doggie Easter Egg Hunt at Daffin Park. The Savannah Kennel Club will sponsor its annual Easter Egg Hunt for our four-legged friends. Dogs sniff out plastic eggs filled with dog treats while their owners follow behind.

Peter Rabbit's Official Hunt

The Great Peter Rabbit Easter Egg Hunt in Northern England includes 100 unique Peter Rabbit eggs hidden across Cumbria.Kids get clues to in the search but the eggs can be hidden anywhere in the countryside.

All Aboard!

First, you need to get to where the Easter Bunny has hid the eggs. In the case of the Felton, CA Eggstraordinary Egg Hunt, a steam train takes kids to Bear Mountain, which is in the Redwood Forest six miles from Santa Cruz, CA.

An Egg Hunt in Brooklyn

Who says that there aren't Easter Egg Hunts in the city? The Annual Brooklyn Heights Easter Egg Hunt in Brooklyn, NY offers egg hunting grounds for hundreds of families in the city.

Egg Safari

Miami Metro Zoo makes Easter egg hunts exotic. Come see African lions with nests of eggs consisting of coconuts painted like Easter eggs. Not to worry, there are hunts for your two-legged little animals.

Egg Hunting Via Facebook

If you don't feel like actually going out and searching through grass and trees for your eggs go to Hatchlings™ on Facebook, It is the world's largest Easter Egg Hunt consisting of 9,654,450 eggs. Happy virtual hunting!

Miami Seaquarium

Seaquarium's Annual Egg Hunt Celebration on Easter weekend not only promises the Easter Bunny and a 'Bunny-palo za' but also seals, sharks and whales. Egg hunts will run continuously throughout the celebration.


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