How many Easter eggs does the Sarasota Jungle Gardens Easter Bunny leave for his littlest friends? Can you count to 45,000?! The busiest Easter Bunny in Sarasota will be awaiting all of his friends at Sarasota Jungle Gardens’ annual “Jungle Trails and Bunny Tails” event. He has been very busy filling the colorful Easter Eggs with candy for children to find in this one-of-a-kind Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 19. Another Easter gift is that all children’s admissions are half off the regular admission price for this special event!
This year’s event features continuous Egg Hunts from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Guests should bring their own baskets. There will be live interactions with bunny rabbits, a petting zoo, the famous Bird, Reptile and Wildlife Wonder Shows and many other fun, family-friendly events. Face painting, pony rides and photos with the Easter Bunny will be available for purchase. As always, guests will be able to enjoy up-close interactions with animals and nature, including hand-feeding free roaming flamingos.
For the Jungle Trails and Bunny Tails event, Sarasota Jungle Gardens, 3701 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, 34234, is open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. During this one-day event, admission is free for children three and under; $6.50 for children 4-16; $17.99 for adults and $16.99 for senior adults before taxes. Other offers cannot be combined. For more information visit www.sarasotajunglegardens.com or call (941)355-5305.
About Sarasota Jungle Gardens
Sarasota Jungle Gardens features acres of lush tropical vegetation, winding jungle trails and entertaining, educational bird and reptile shows throughout the day. Established in 1939, Sarasota Jungle Gardens is home to native and exotic animals, including birds of prey, many different species of parrots and macaws, free-roaming flamingos, primates, small mammals, dozens of snakes, lizards, iguanas, crocodiles and other reptiles. Visitors have a unique opportunity to interact with and experience the animals, many of which found their home at Sarasota Jungle Gardens through approved private donations or through state and federal agencies that wanted to ensure these animals would live in a safe environment and permanent, caring home. All revenue goes directly to the care and enrichment of the resident animals.
photo from Sarasota Jungle Gardens