Easter Day Family Fun Around Woodland Hills

Easter Sunday remains the perfect time to honor traditions while spending precious time with the family, so if you’re wondering whether you’d rather celebrate from home this year or head out to enjoy the classic egg hunt, we’ve got a few compelling suggestions for fun. activities and delicious meals around Woodland Hills that just might make the decision for you.

Indeed, a well-planned Easter will be the perfect gift for your family, so without further ado, let’s take a look at our picks for family fun on Easter Day in town.

Sweets to start the day? Why not – especially at Easter, when Pascal Pastry and Coffeelocated at 21040, boulevard de la Victoire Unit A, comes to create an incredibly memorable vacation for all members of the family. From European desserts, chocolates and breakfast pastries to sandwiches and salads, Pascal‘s offers something tasty to enjoy on Easter Sunday, whether you’re heading to church or just driving. This super cute and cozy Italian bakery will leave you wondering what to try next, so pack up the family and head to 21040 Victory Boulevard—we guarantee a splendid vacation experience.

Looking for something fun and out of the ordinary to do this Easter? To give Kfar Saba Urban Farm in Winnetka, a try, with its many loads of beautiful rescue animals to pet, feed and discover. This amazing petting zoo is loved by kids and adults of all ages, with goats, alpacas, miniature horses and more vying for your attention. Kfar Saba offers private, guided, educational and hands-on interactive tours that showcase the myriad of chickens, ducklings, turkeys, giant tortoises, large and small parrots and therapy dogs/cats – all living in perfect harmony on the farm – with Sundays reserved for large groups only (six children and four adults) unless you wish to pay a minimum hourly rate on Sundays. Contact the property for more information regarding availability on Easter Sunday.

Whether it’s a take-out meal or a picnic in the park, Old New York Deli and Bakery, located at 6209 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, offers a wonderful Easter experience for all who share the day with you. Starting the vacation with breakfast before going to church or visiting relatives? Old New York has everything you could ask for, from simple egg plates to meat patties and bagels. If a sandwich is on the menu at an Easter picnic, try it. Pastrami Breakfast Bagelor the plethora of other delicious Old New York Deli and Bakery menu items guaranteed to leave you satisfied.

A constant staple on Wooded Hills Magazinethe best places to visit for roundups, Warner Center Park, located at 5800 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, provides the perfect backdrop for this year’s Easter festivities, with a host of amenities waiting to be explored. Famous for his Concerts in the park series, Warner Center Park allows you to stretch, spend quality time with family and have fun; as always, check with the property first to confirm Easter operating times/events.

End your Easter with an evening of popcorn and cinematic excitement at AMC Promenade 16located at 21801 Oxnard Street and offering delightful picture, sound and sound AMC perfectly popcorn. Established in 1920, AMC Theaters has led the movie theater industry through constant innovation to become the largest movie theater chain in the world, featuring top-notch amenities such as Signature electric recliners, Free Coca-Colastandard and premium formats like IMAX and Dolby Cinema at AMC. the Walk 16 The Woodland Hills building is a huge complex, often mistakenly thought of as a closed theater, but full of fun opportunities for moviegoers of all ages. Whether it’s catching the latest showing of the latest Spider Man or bond with the children during one of the myriad family photos broadcast in the establishment, AMC Promenade 16 will make your Woodland Hills evening something really special.

This year, Easter Sunday is April 17, and many of our favorite spring events are in full swing with in-person celebrations. With vacations within reach, indulge in one of the above recommendations for some splendid family time.

Alicia R. Rucker