Millard's Crossing Historic Village is having its annual Easter egg hunt this Sunday, April 10th, 2022 from 1 pm to 4 pm. They started this event back in 2003 and really have it all dialed in for your kids.

The plan is to hide 10,000 Easter eggs this year along with lots of other prizes. They are even giving away some bicycles.

This is not a free Easter egg hunt, but it is great that they are having so many prizes. Tickets are $10 per child, which includes a hot dog lunch with chips and a drink. Adults get in free with a child ticket purchase.

Special Eggs For the First 500 Kids At Millards Crossing In Nacogdoches

To add to the historic charm of the event they will be giving out chocolate bunnies made from classic molds. The volunteers spent a lot of time making them all by hand and adding them to the Easter baskets.

The first 500 children will get a special egg. The kids will be so excited to see what is in them. 

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Sunday they will also have the Easter Bunny there for pictures with the kids. The egg hunts will be in the following four groups 0 - 4, 5 - 8, 9 - 12, & special needs of all ages. The hunts take place at the same time in different areas for all the different groups.

This Is The Largest Easter Egg Hunt Ever At Millards Crossing

The 10,000 Easter eggs didn't just fall from the sky. Nacogdoches Junior Forum and Walmart on North Street in Nacogdoches both pitched in.

There is also a bunny sack race sponsored by Boles Feed, an egg race, and a lot more. CLICK HERE to get more details.

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