Best San Diego events and traditions for a Happy Easter

Visitors to San Diego typically flock to the world-famous San Diego Zoo, where you can meet and greet the Easter Bunny during the first two weeks in April, but during Easter weekend there are a number of worthwhile events for the entire family besides the Zoo. Our chauffeurs provide the safest high-quality stress-free limo service for our valued clients all across the greater San Diego area and we are happy to cater to your needs over the holiday.

The La Jolla Recreation Center is hosting its annual Egg Hunt with arts and crafts and photograph opportunities with the one and only Peter Rabbit. For just five dollars per person, make sure and hop on over with your Easter basket.

If you’ve yet to visit San Diego’s Birch Aquarium, Easter is the best time to do so with the “EGGstravaganza” underway—underwater! That’s right, why not take our luxurious limo service and hang out with some sharks? More arts and crafts and the unique “underwater” egg hunt will have your kids enamored with the mysteries of the sea and the magic of the holiday.

The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum is hosting the Bunny Train ride through the mountains, with dates and times varying, so be sure and check out their latest departures online. The Easter Bunny will be in attendance on the ride and, of course, there will be an egg hunt to cap off your time well spent.

If you’re with a large group or are looking to spend some time in the great outdoors, head to Belmont Park for their famous massive egg hunt in the park along the coastline. Purported to host over 12,000 eggs in the grass and on the beach, they’ll surely be some memories to be made, as each egg contains a prize for whoever finds it. At just five dollars per child, it is well worth the occasion and the adjacent Warehouse is cooking up brunch options for hungry egg hunters and their parents.

Brunch options during Easter weekend are always on our clients’ minds (and rumbling stomachs!) and San Diego has no shortage of those options. The famous Champagne Brunch at the iconic Hotel Del Coronado is a great spot to enjoy a Bloody Mary or a mimosa (or two) while you watch the waves break. Head over to La Valencia Hotel for more stunning ocean vistas and more family-friendly brunch options. If you’re eager to head out to the open sea, Hornblower Cruises host a number of different touring and cruising options, known for fine cuisine and a mind-blowing colorful experience.

Fitness buffs and outdoor enthusiasts should consider the San Diego National History Museum and their guided trek in Hollenbeck Canyon. Botany tours and historical insight await the intrepid voyagers—but wear the right socks and shoes as most hikes run between four and six miles.

Here at Carey limo service San Diego we pride ourselves on the quality service our chauffeurs provide clients. Our cars are luxurious, safe, comfortable, clean, and we always pay attention to the details—we are eager to provide you with the finest and most attentive ground transportation in San Diego for you and your family this Easter weekend.


Posted on Apr 11 2017

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