background img
Sensory friendly egg hunt

Sensory-friendly Easter bunny and Easter egg hunt in Denver

posted by:

Easter comes with many Easter traditions so why should all children not be able to participate, regardless of their circumstances? 

Listed below are a special needs Easter egg hunt and also a sensory-friendly bunny in Denver. Be sure to check out our guide to Easter egg hunts and brunches in Denver

Looking for something a bit different this year? Don’t miss these 10 fun alternatives to Easter egg hunts including a fun fitness hunt for kids and a glow-in-the-dark Easter egg hunt (get your mini glow sticks here). Also, don’t forget to stock up on your plastic eggs and bunny potato sacks!

Castle Rock Special Egg Hunt (Quiet Hour)

Saturday, April 9, 4:30-7 p.m. 

This is an amazing community event at Philip S. Miller Park designed for kids of all ages, especially those with special needs. There will be egg hunts designed for the hearing, vision and mobility impaired, as well as age specific traditional egg hunts. eventbrite.com

Sensory-friendly Easter Bunny 

April 1-16

 Southlands, Southeast Aurora’s outdoor lifestyle shopping center, will welcome children and their parents to take their own complimentary photos with the Easter Bunny. Photos will be available from 2-6 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, and 12-4 p.m. on Saturdays on Sundays from April 1-16 at Guest Services at the Clock Tower. Reservations are required. Additionally, working with the Autism Society of Colorado, Southlands will host a special day of photos with the Easter Bunny in a sensory-friendly environment with less crowds and reduced noise. Visit https://www.shopsouthlands.com/eventprograms/easter-bunny-photos/ for more information and to make your reservation.

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. While clicking these links won’t cost you extra money, they help us keep this site up and running. See our disclosure policy. 

You may also like
Comments