Disney World Easter Celebrations
Easter Religious Services
Protestant Service and Catholic Mass at Disney World are held on Easter Sunday, in the Fantasia Ballroom of the Disney’s Contemporary Resort. A Catholic Mass is at 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. The Protestant Service is at 9:15 a.m.
Parking at the Contemporary Resort is restricted to guests with hotel reservations only; all others must take Disney transportation to reach the Contemporary Resort. Typically parking at the Polynesian and Grand Floridian lots will be restricted for parking during service hours as well. Guest staying a monorail resorts are advised to use resort transportation via the resort monorail or Contemporary boat dock. All other Walt Disney World Guests must use Resort transportation to the Magic Kingdom and then transfer to a shuttle bus to Disney’s Contemporary Resort. The shuttle will begin running at 7:00 a.m.
Just like Disneyland, Disney World also hold an Easter Egg Hunt.
Easter Egg Hunt Maps can be purchased at Disney Traders, Pin Central, or Port of Entry for $5.99. Once guests have their maps, they will be able to record hidden eggs, themed after Disney characters, by placing the right character sticker in the matching location on the special map. Whether you choose to hunt for eggs or not, return your map to Disney Traders in Epcot and participate in an ‘egg-scramble’ to pick up your surprise. This year, the fun lasts will take place from March 16 through April 1.
In addition to the Egg Hunter, there will also be an Easter Bunny Meet & Greet
Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny are available at Bunny Lane Garden (at the Town Square Courtyard between City Hall and Chamber of Commerce on the left side of Main Street when entering the park) to meet & greet with guests. They will be meeting from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. until Easter. PhotoPass photographers will be on hand to take pictures.
Guests can look for Mr. Bunny to make a special pre-parade appearance along with other springtime characters and dancers, and the Azalea Trail Maids. Typically, Mr and Mrs Easter Bunny are joined by butterflies, flowers and dancing hippos for this procession down Main Street, U.S.A.. Of course, the Bunnies will be unavailable for meet & greets during their pre-parade appearances.
Spring Trolley Show
The citizens of Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom park are bursting with excitement now that spring is in the air. Dressed to the nines in bright pastels and with a few new songs in their hearts, they arrive in town on a horse-drawn trolley adorned with colorful bouquets of flowers and ribbons.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa will hold it’s annual Easter egg display. The Disney pastry chefs are known for their fabulous sugar shacks at Christmastime, but the Grand Floridian bakery team also spends weeks crafting chocolate egg masterpieces. Each 9- to 12-pound hollow chocolate egg stands 16-20 inches tall and is completely edible – hand decorated with modeling chocolate, fondant, sugar, royal icing, colored cocoa butter and themed sculpted sugar pieces. The chocolate bunnies are all hand-painted with a rainbow of cocoa butters and adorned with whimsical designs. The displays feature themes from “Frozen,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Inside Out” and “Lady and the Tramp,” among others. The decorative display is presented in the resort lobby. During Easter weekend, Guests are invited to vote for their favorite egg on display.
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