Looking for something to do this Easter long weekend? Then look no further than the Greater Vancouver Zoo.

From Friday March 30th to Monday, April 2nd, join us for an unforgettable Easter experience packed with fun-filled caring and learning activities for your family! From learning how to care for bunnies, to joining in on the egg hunt for the golden Easter egg, there’s something for everyone.

Tickets can be purchased at the ticketing booth, onsite.

Friday, March 30 to Monday, April 2nd

Found Some Bunny to Love –  Learn How to Care for Bunnies – 9:30AM – 3:00PM

Ever wonder what it’s like to care for bunnies? Meet live bunnies in our viewing area, and find out what it takes to care for our furry friends from our zoo staff.

Saturday, March 31st and Sunday, April 1st

Embark on an Easter Egg Hunt. BE HERE.

Egg Hunt Times: March 31 – 10AM & 2PM | April 1st – 11AM, 2PM & 4PM

Our fun filled Easter egg hunt is the perfect opportunity for little ones to explore an area of our beautiful 120 acre zoo, while following clues to help you learn more about our zoo’s animals and conservation efforts. Look for 2 Golden Eggs over the weekend to win:

  • A Behind the Scenes with the Bunnies
  • Summer Day Camp at the Zoo (For 1 child up to 16 years old)

Hop over to the Egg-citing Education and Craft Corner. BE HERE.

Feeling curious and creative? Drop by our Egg-citing Education and Craft Corner to learn more about the Zoo’s conservation efforts, have your face painted, and create your own bunny ears!

Prized draws all weekend. BE HERE.

This Easter weekend, participate in our prized draw to win:

  • An annual family membership
  • A Behind the Scenes with an eligible animal of your choosing.

EVENT UPDATE: 

The safety and security of our animals and guests are our top concern and in order for us have a safe and Easter experience for everyone, we will have live bunnies for VIEWING ONLY,  and will no longer offer petting of our bunnies at this time due to the spread of the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease  a disease exclusive to rabbits that has recently been on the rise in BC.

In compliance with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, our team has put together key biosecurity measures in place which includes the prolonging quarantine of our bunnies.

We look forward to future opportunities where the public can interact with our live bunnies in a safe and fun environment.