Where Imagination Comes Alive . . . In a Search for 4,000 Plastic Eggs!

Spring Egg Hunts are here! 

We will be hiding (and hopefully finding!!) 4,000 plastic eggs that are hidden throughout the Museum. Admission is limited to make sure there are plenty of eggs for each child to find and to avoid over crowded spaces. Additional activities include learning about compound words with plastic egg halves, practicing our nose wriggles as we create our own bunny ears, and a special golden egg scavenger hunt for kiddos 8 and up.

These events sell out fast, so order you tickets NOW by clicking on the dates below.  The cost for the event includes the Spring Egg Hunt from 8:30am - 10am, PLUS all day admission to the Museum.

April 19th and 20th
8:30am - 10:00am

Saturday, April 19 - SOLD OUT

Sunday, April 20 - SOLD OUT

Member Costs: 

          Kids: $3 per child for Spring Egg Hunt

          Adults: No charge for Spring Egg Hunt

Non-Member Costs:

          Kids: $4 per child for Spring Egg Hunt, plus $8.25 Museum admission = $12.25 per child

          Adults: No charge for Spring Egg Hunt, plus $8.25 Museum admission = $8.25 per adult

WA Quest Card/EBT Card Holders*: 

          Kids: $4 per child for Spring Egg Hunt, plus $1 Museum admission = $5 per child

          Adults: No charge for Spring Egg Hunt, plus $1 Museum admission = $1 per adult

*You MUST show your WA State Quest/EBT Card on the morning of the event.

Important information about Cost:

  • When registering, please list everyone who is attending - even the free member adults.  Our staff will check people in from the list of registrations, not from our membership database.
  • Membership prices are for people who are members only. You need to be named on a membership in order to use that pricing.

Caregiver Note:

We use plastic eggs, and do not hide items inside to avoid choking hazards. Children turn in their eggs (as many or few as they want, and as many times as they want) for a small prize bag. Prize bags contain non-candy edible items and other small prizes. When you arrive, you will receive a flyer with suggested locations for children to hunt for eggs, depending on age. For instance Discovery Bay will have lots of eggs on the ground, easy for little ones to pick up. Our Global Village has the hard to find eggs, designed to challenge older children. Our staff continues to re-hide eggs from 8:30am - 9:15am to make sure everyone gets to enjoy the searching process.