How Easter is celebrated in San Francisco
Easter in San Francisco is like how Easter Sunday is celebrated all throughout the world. IT includes a lot of fun activities for both adults and children alike. Most of the cities have activities scheduled for everyone to enjoy. Most of them are free, but some have admission fees.
One of the events will be the Spring Eggstravaganza that will be held this 30th of March around 11am until 3pm at the Golden Gate Park Carousel Area (198 John F. Kennedy Drive in San Francisco). This will include egg hunting activities, games, carnival rides, and live entertainment. There will also a barbecue cook-off between the city’s rec and park, fire and police departments. Everyone is encouraged to taste their masterpieces. Admission will be $8.
There is another event called Big Bunny’s Spring Fling which will be held on the 30th and 31st of March which will start at 11am and will last until 3pm. It will be held at the San Francisco Zoo, Sloat Boulevard along the Great Highway. Activities will include puppet shows, stories with Princess Honey Bunny, sing-a-longs, and close-up peeks with real rabbits. Kids and adults can see where chicks crack their eggs and can feed the ducks too. Admission to the event is free althoughthere will still be a zoo admission charge.
The most well awaited event during Easter in San Francisco will be the annual Union Street Spring Celebration and Eastern Parade. This will be held in Union between Fillmore and Gough streets at 2pm on the 31st of March. Events such as rides and games, climbing wall, pony rides, live music and Easter bonnet contest starts at 10am and will end at 5pm in the afternoon. Everyone is encouraged to join since this event is free.