Easter Fun for Kids in Cape Town

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Easter is a particular time for children, full of wonder, excitement, and chocolate. Cape Town is a vibrant and diverse city that offers a range of events for kids to enjoy this year. From Easter egg hunts to face painting to balloon modeling, there is something for every child to participate in. Here are some of the top Easter events for kids in Cape Town.

Cabo Beach Club Easter Hunt Extravaganza Family Day Event

Cabo Beach Club is hosting an exciting Easter event for kids on Easter Sunday. The Easter Hunt Extravaganza, Family Day Event, features an Easter egg hunt and a range of other Easter-themed activities for children. Kids can participate in egg painting, bunny ear decorating, face painting, airbrush tattoos, bunny balloon animals, and a dance party with dancing Easter eggs. The tropical-themed shallow pool adds to the excitement, and parental supervision is required for children who wish to splash around.

Rhebokskloof Wine Estate Easter Weekend

Rhebokskloof Wine Estate is hosting a special four-day Easter weekend for children. The event features Easter hunts, interactive sessions with the Easter Bunny, face painting, a petting zoo, a magic show with Spaghetti the Clown, and balloon modeling. The event aims to celebrate Easter by embracing nature and having fun. The estate is located in a beautiful part of Cape Town, making it a perfect place for families to relax and enjoy the holiday.

Artjamming Easter-themed Painting Workshop

Art Jamming is hosting a fun Easter-themed painting workshop where children can unleash their inner artist and paint a beautiful floral bunny. Kids will also indulge in a delicious milkshake and sweet treat pairing to satisfy their taste buds. The event is held at Artjamming Somerset West, located at Lourensford Estate, a stunning Cape Town location with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

Kids Factory Indoor Playpark Easter Monday Event

Kids Factory Indoor Playpark is hosting an exciting Easter Monday event for families. The Easter Bunny will be appearing in a special event that includes a meet and greet with the bunny, an exciting magic show, and a surprise Easter treat. The indoor play park is great for kids to burn off some energy while parents relax and enjoy quality family time.

Cape Town is a city that offers a wealth of experiences for children during Easter. These four events provide a range of fun activities for children, including Easter egg hunts, painting workshops, and exciting magic shows, all under the watchful eye of the Easter Bunny. In addition, these events provide a unique opportunity for families to come together and create unforgettable memories.

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