Best Things To Do in Houston in April with Kids: Easter, a Fairytale Ball, & Free Train Rides
What better way to kick off the April festivities than by celebrating Easter? From flashlight Easter egg hunts and Easter egg scrambles to easy Easter crafts, there are a loads of fun, holiday themed things to do. We even have a full round-up of the best egg hunts, bunny photos, and Easter events to make planning your Easter activities easy.
This month should also see the start of everyone's favorite state flower blooming, which means that bluebonnet pictures will be in full swing. Time to start coordinating those outfits and find the perfect patch. Our spring activities post is another favorite to keep you entertained and active throughout the season; we're especially big fans of outdoor storytimes like the Nature Storytime at Nature Discovery Center and the Family Storytime & Craft at Levy Park.
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While we try to promote safe activities that occur outdoors or with social distancing guidelines in place, keep your family and others safe by wearing a mask and maintaining appropriate distance. If you arrive at an event that appears too crowded, try using the “nearby” search feature on our event calendar to find something else to do.
Places featured in this article:
Crown Festival Park
Sugar Land Town Square
Sterling Municipal Library
The Recreation Center at Rob Fleming Park
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center
Town Green Park
Dennis Johnston Park
Galveston Children's Museum
George R. Brown Convention Center
Tom Bass Regional Park
Burke Crenshaw Park
Mary Jo Peckham Park
Challenger Seven Memorial Park
Bane Park Lake
American Legion Park
Dwight D. Eisenhower Park
Sheldon Lake State Park
Clear Lake Park
Eldridge Park Pond
Herman Brown Park Pond
Geronimo Adventure Park