Easter Eggstravaganza at Disney World

Is it just us or is Easter super early this year? Wow we’re already seeing signs of Easter popping up, which makes sense because Easter is on March 31st this year. Now, we’ve got a sneak peek at some of Disney World’s Easter egg displays, along with a list of yummy Easter treats.

Get ready to embark on a magical scavenger hunt because Disney Parks Blog has confirmed that both Spike’s Pollen-Nation Exploration and the Egg-stravaganza Hunt will be back at EPCOT this spring during the Flower & Garden Festival. It’s time to put your sleuthing skills to the test and uncover hidden treasures amidst the blooms!

Egg-stravaganza Hunt

While the exact start date for the Egg-stravaganza hasn’t been revealed, with the festival kicking off on February 28 and Easter coming early in 2024, the hunt may kick off around then. So, get your detective hats ready, because the adventure awaits!

Egg-stravaganza is an exciting scavenger hunt that adds a touch of springtime magic to your visit at Epcot during the Easter season! Here’s how it works:

  1. Get Your Map: Head over to Pin Traders or World Traveler at Epcot and purchase the special Egg-stravaganza map for $9.99. The map features various pavilions from around the world.
  2. Embark on the Adventure: Armed with your map, explore the World Showcase pavilions. Your mission? To find unique Disney-themed Easter eggs hidden in each pavilion. These eggs are creatively designed to represent beloved Disney characters.
  3. Spot the Eggs: As you wander through the pavilions, keep your eyes peeled for the Easter eggs. Each egg is a delightful surprise, and it’s a fun challenge to locate them all.
  4. Sticker Time: When you find an egg, place the corresponding sticker on your map. It’s like collecting magical souvenirs as you go!
  5. Complete the Hunt: Your goal is to discover all the eggs and fill up your map with stickers. Take your time—there’s no rush. Enjoy the process and soak in the festive atmosphere.
  6. Claim Your Prize: Once you’ve successfully located all the eggs, return to designated locations (such as Port of Entry, Creations Shop, Disney Traders, or World Traveler). Present your completed map, and in return, you’ll receive a special reward!
  7. Prizes: This year’s prizes include charming cups and plates featuring beloved characters like Figment, Orange Bird, Snow White, and, of course, Spike the Bee. You get to choose either a cup or a plate as your well-deserved reward.

Spike’s Pollen-Nation Exploration

Spike’s Pollen-Nation Exploration is a delightful scavenger hunt that takes place during the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. If you’re visiting Epcot during this festival, keep an eye out for Spike the Bee, a cute orange, yellow, and black striped bee. Here’s how it works:

  1. Purchase a Map: Head to select Epcot locations (such as Port of Entry, Disney Traders, Creations Shop, World Traveler, or Gateway Gifts) and buy a special map for $9.99 (plus tax). This is a different map that comes with stickers representing different plants.
  2. Search for Spike: As you explore the World Showcase, look for hidden Spike the Bee figures. He’s often tucked away in gardens and foliage. Whenever you spot Spike, place the corresponding sticker on your map.
  3. Self-Guided Adventure: You don’t need to complete the map all at once. Take your time and enjoy the hunt at your own leisure.
  4. Claim Your Prize: Once you’ve found all 12 hidden Spike the Bee figures, bring your completed map to designated locations (such as Port of Entry, Creations Shop, Disney Traders, or World Traveler). In return, you’ll receive a special prize!
  5. Prizes: This year’s prizes include adorable cups and plates featuring beloved characters like Figment, Orange Bird, Snow White, and, of course, Spike the Bee. You can choose either a cup or a plate as your reward.
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Easter Egg Displays at Disney World Hotels

And hey, if you’re craving more egg-cellent fun, don’t forget to swing by Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and Disney’s Contemporary Resort to marvel at the egg-ceptional Easter displays starting March 3. Trust us, you won’t want to miss the egg-stravagant creations crafted by the talented pastry team!

Standing tall at an impressive 16 to 20 inches, these eggs are not your average Easter treats.

The Easter egg displays are returning to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa this year. If you’ve never seen this display, you are in for a treat because each egg is a beautiful and unique work of culinary art. Some previous displays are returning in 2024, but this year will also bring some new displays, including ones inspired by Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Beauty and the Beast, and Disney snacks.

Grand Floridian Easter Egg Display

The highlights of this year’s display include eggs inspired by Disney’s Runaway Railroad, James and the Giant Peach, Beauty and the Beast, and Moana.

If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of a Cast Member from the pastry team in action, decorating one of these edible masterpieces. The level of detail and artistry that goes into each egg is truly remarkable and a testament to the skill and dedication of the Grand Floridian’s pastry team.

At Disney’s Contemporary Resort, you’ll find an Easter egg display featuring new eggs inspired by Elemental and Hercules. Disney’s Yacht Club and Beach Club Resorts are also getting in on the Easter egg action. The Yacht Club will have a brand new Moana-inspired display, while the Beach Club will be bringing back its miniature versions of the topiaries you’ll see at the EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival.

Easter Treats at the Grand Cottage

Easter-Treats-at-the-Grand-CottageBut the fun doesn’t stop there. Visitors to the Grand Floridian can also satisfy their sweet tooth with a variety of Easter-themed treats available at The Grand Cottage. From classic Hot Cross Buns to extravagant Easter Treat Boxes, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. And the best part? There’s no admission fee to view the Easter egg display, so you can indulge in the festive spirit without breaking the bank.

  • Bunny Pop Flower Pot: Chocolate flower pot filled with jelly beans and three chocolate bunny pops (New)
  • Fruity Cereal Mickey Pop: Mickey-shaped fruity cereal crisped treat
  • The Easter Treat Box: Dark chocolate filled bunny, carrot blondie pop, marshmallow pop, carrot cake chocolate bark, confetti pop, and meringue nests
  • Easter Marshmallow Pop: Three large marshmallows dipped in a yellow chocolate coating topped with Easter quins
  • Bunny Burrow Dirt Cup: Layers of chocolate cake, chocolate buttercream, and cookies ‘n cream pieces with springtime décor (Plant-based)
  • The Grand Egg: White chocolate egg filled with jelly beans sprayed in spring colors

The Grand Cottage will be open from March 3rd through April 1st, so if you’re at Disney World during that time, be sure to stop by the Grand Floridian.

To get to the Grand Floridian, plan to park at the TTC and take the monorail, as parking is restricted to resort guests only.

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In Summary

Disney has shared details on this year’s Easter Egg displays at the Walt Disney World Resort hotels beginning March 1. The Grand Floridian, Contemporary Resort, Yacht Club, and Beach Club Resorts are all getting in on the Easter egg action with unique displays and festive treats. Don’t miss out on the Easter fun at Disney World this year.

So, gather your crew, grab a map, and let the hunt begin! Whether you’re buzzing around EPCOT with Spike or marveling at the egg-stravagant displays, your Disney adventure is bound to be egg-ceptional!”

And remember, the Easter egg display is only open for a limited time, so don’t miss your chance to see these incredible creations up close. Happy Easter, Disney fans!

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