Hop Around Gettysburg This Spring
Published March 29, 2019
Our top 3 Favorite Annual Easter Activities in Adams County, PA
We are officially springing through the year, which means it is time to celebrate with Easter events. With Gettysburg Hotel’s top 3 recommendations below, there is a special event for every bunny in the family.
#1 – Gettysburg Easter Buffet
Sunday, April 21st 11 AM – 3 PM
One Lincoln Square
Gettysburg, PA 17325
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Whether you’re looking for a place to go after church, after your annual Easter egg hunt, or just looking for a plentiful meal with your family and friends, Gettysburg Hotel will be hosting our annual Easter Buffet in the Grand Ballroom. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (717) 337-2000. View the menu and pricing for this year’s buffet here.
#2 – Mister Ed’s 8th Annual Bunny Party & Easter Egg Hunts
Saturday, April 13th 10 AM – 3 PM
Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum
6019 Chambersburg Road
Orrtanna, Pennsylvania 17353
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Mister Ed’s is excited to present their 8th Annual Bunny Party and Easter Egg Hunt. There will be two hunts with a combined 600 local children searching for more than 10,000 candy and prize-filled eggs. In addition to the Egg Hunt, the Easter Bunny will be hopping around for photos with his friends from the Adams County Library System, Elmo and the Cookie Monster. Though there is no cost, advance registration is required and can be done here. For more information visit mistereds.com or their Facebook event listing.
#3 – Eggspecially Fun Bunny Run
April 7, 13, 14, 19, 20 at 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM, and 2:30 PM
Steam Into History Inc.
2 W Main Street
New Freedom, PA 17349
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Ride the Eggspecially Fun Bunny Run! Visit and take photos with the Easter Bunny while riding on the train. Your 40-minute ride will take you along the beautiful rail trail with song and stories to Seitzland, PA. Once you are back at the station in New Freedom, children will be invited to participate in an egg hunt. For more information visit steamintohistory.com.
We hope to see you around Gettysburg this month!