What to do on Easter Sunday

By Teamarious Williams


For Christians around the world, the three days between Good Friday and Easter Sunday are the most solemn days of the year. In New Orleans on Easter Sunday, attending a church would be a great way to start the Easter holiday, followed by some of the many activities taking place in the city. There’s nothing like enjoying your Easter holiday at the Lakefront, while eating boiled crawfish and a snowball with your loved ones. There will also be a lineup of parades that will start early on Easter morning in the French Quarter. Let’s not forget about the kids, the “place to be” is the amusement park inside City Park. There will be an Easter egg hunt where the carousel garden and storyland are located. Gates open at 9:00 a.m. and the hunt will start at 10:00 a.m. As far as dining out, Easter brunches are another old New Orleans tradition. Many of New Orleans’ finest restaurants offer Easter brunches, some even at a discounted price. However you decide to celebrate Easter, make your holiday memorable while enjoying it with your loved ones.

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