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Easter in New York: Governor's Island invites you to an egg hunt


Alina Prikhodko

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When spring comes to New York, everyone looks forward to the cherry blossoms, the first sunset at 19 pm, and Easter. There are always plenty of seasonal events going on in the city that are worth taking note of. According to Secret nyc, New York's most massive egg hunt will take place in late March.

The Trust for Governors Island and the Friends of Governors Island have announced that Governors Island will host the city's largest egg hunt. The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 30, from 10:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m. There will be 50 painted eggs filled with candy scattered throughout the island.

Claire Newman, President and CEO of the Trust for Governors Island, said: “We are looking forward to spring on Governors Island. Egg hunts and Earth Day are incredible opportunities for visitors to explore our 120 acres (50 hectares) of open space and come together to celebrate the return of warm weather. We can't wait to see you on the island this spring."

The massive egg hunt is just one of many spring events on Governor's Island. In addition to the quest, in which everyone can take part, additional gameplay is organized on the island for children over 5 years old. Visitors will be able to see performances from Bubbledad and WonderSpark Puppets.

The activities aren't limited to these events, as New Yorkers can enjoy spring-themed arts and crafts, take a photo with the Easter Bunny, or grab a bite to eat from one of the island's vendors. We remind you: to get to Governor's Island, you need book a ferry ticket.

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