From Downtown river cruises to La Cantera shopping trips, every weekend in San Antonio offers an endless list of fun things to do. But on Easter weekend, the city becomes even more vibrant and colorful thanks to cracking cascarones, pastel confetti in the streets, and special events to welcome in the spring season. Let’s take a look at some of the top things to do in San Antonio for Easter weekend!


Easter Egg Hunts in San Antonio

Get ready to have some fun! Easter egg hunts are some of the top spring events in San Antonio. Here are a few of our favorites.


Eggstra Special Easter Festival at Morgan’s Wonderland

March 30

Morgan’s Wonderland is the world’s first Ultra-Accessible™ family fun park designed for people of all ages and abilities. In addition to its inclusive rides and attractions, the park will host an Eggstra Special Easter Festival for the holiday. Activities include a scavenger hunt, vendor fairs, pictures with the Easter Bunny, character meet and greets, and a dance party. Guests can also pose for photo ops with real bunnies and spring animals for just $5.

Easter Celebration at Chicken N Pickle

March 30
11 AM - 2 PM

Want to play pickleball with the Easter Bunny? Chicken N Pickle’s unique Easter Celebration offers open play with the big bunny himself from 12 - 2 PM. Of course, guests will also be able to enjoy the restaurant’s famous fried chicken brunch (and mimosa bar for the grownups). Additional activities include yard games, craft stations, and egg hunts from 11 AM to 12 PM.


Easter Eggs-travaganza at Tower of the Americas

March 31
11 AM - 5 PM

Take your Easter celebration to new heights (specifically, the tallest point in San Antonio)! Every year, the Tower of the Americas hosts its Easter Eggs-travaganza. Join the party at the base of the tower for meet and greets with the Easter Bunny and Tori the Tower, egg dyeing, face painting, a petting zoo, craft stations, live music, and, of course, Easter egg hunts all day long.

The Best Easter Brunches in San Antonio

San Antonio has no shortage of delicious restaurants to choose from for Easter brunch, and a few are hosting can’t-miss events over Easter weekend.


Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Rainforest Cafe

March 30
8 AM

The Easter Bunny has some wild friends, and they’re all hanging out at Rainforest Cafe. The annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny event offers a tasty breakfast buffet as well as fun activities, raffles, goodie bags, and photo ops with the bunny of the hour.


Brunch River Cruise with Zocca Cuisine D’Italia

March 31
11:15 and 11:45 AM

The Easter Bunny may hop in other cities, but in San Antonio, he cruises down the river in style. This year, Zocca Cuisine d’Italia offers an exclusive Brunch cruise featuring chef-crafted seasonal dishes like brunch boards, avocado toast, brisket hash, and churros. The Easter Bunny will personally see you off, and you’ll get to take in all the sites of the River Walk from the best table on the river!

Jazz Brunch at The Rock at La Cantera

March 31
12 PM

Sing and dance your way into spring. The Rock at La Cantera is hosting a Jazz Brunch featuring a day of live rhythm and jazz served with delicious bites. Arrive in style with a welcome cocktail and spend the day enjoying the open-air performance, egg hunts, and visits from the Easter Bunny. Sounds like the perfect spring medley to us!


Other Brunch Favorites

Restaurants all across the city will be serving up Easter brunch specials. Here are some of our favorites.

Box St. | All Day: Trendy brunch favorite with Hemisfair and La Cantera locations.

Boiler House: Hearty brunches served at the Historic Pearl.

Biga on the Banks: A River Walk favorite known for its seasonal menus.

Easter Mass at Historic San Antonio Churches


Mariachi Mass at Mission San Jose

For a truly unique experience, attend Easter service at Mission San Jose, also known as the “Queen of the Missions” for its beauty. The mission has operated as a church for over 300 years and even has a lively Mariachi Mass service.

Mission San Jose


Mass at San Fernando Cathedral

Located in the heart of downtown, San Fernando Cathedral is the oldest religious community in Texas. Over 5,000 people fill the cathedral each weekend for mass, and Easter service is an extraordinary communal experience.