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Walt Disney World, an Easter round up

Easter is an incredible time of year in Walt Disney World, whether you are going on an Easter egg hunt, visiting the deluxe resorts to see their chocolate sculptures or meeting Mr and Mrs Bunny, there is plenty to do.

This year, Walt Disney World went all out with things to eat, see and do during the Easter period. It is probably the most things I have seen over the past few years.

Please take in to account that Easter is a busy time of year, the UK and US have school holidays during this times so crowds will pick up.

Deluxe Resorts

Inside the deluxe resorts lobby there are some spectacular chocolate sculptures all made by the hands of cast members working on property.

Grand Floridian:

Beach Club:

Seasonal treats

Here are a few of the seasonal treats that were available during the Easter period within the parks and resorts.

Meet and Greets

Mr and Mrs Bunny were available for meet and greets in the Town Square Courtyard – right next to Town Square Hall.

Mickey and Minnie would usually meet in there best Easter outfits, however as they are still celebrating the Surprise Celebration they were still meeting in their birthday outfits.

Parades

There was a special Easter ‘pre-parade’ before the Festival of Fantasy Parade during the week of Easter in Magic Kingdom, featuring Mr and Mrs Bunny, Mickey and Minnie in their Easter outfits and many Disney rabbits, such as Thumper, Miss Bunny, White Rabbit and Yellow Rabbit.

Restaurants

Le ceillier and Rose and Crown in EPCOT had one day only special meals on Sunday 21st April, such as prime rib and roast lamb.

Easter Services

Walt Disney World continues to hold a Religious Service at the Contemporary Resort for Catholic Mass and a Protestant Service.

Easter egg hunt

Over in EPCOT, kids aged 3-9 were able to participate in an Easter egg hunt.

Have you celebrated Easter at Walt Disney World before? What are you thoughts? Did you see an increase in crowd levels? Did you see the amazing chocolate sculptures? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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