Easter Activities in Disney World 2012
Disney Vacation Guide to Easter in Disney World
If you’re planning a vacation to Disney World over the Easter holiday, you’ve come to the right place to help you plan your adventures.
There are lots of Easter-related things to see and do in Disney World so we’re going to give you some of the highlights.
If you hope to make Easter Sunday mass part of your Disney World plans, you’ll be pleased to know that mass will be celebrated at the Contemporary Resort in the Fantasia Ballroom.
There will be two Catholic Masses celebrated; one at 8am and 10:15 am
A Protestant Service will be held at 9am
Many of Disney World’s restaurants put on a special Easter feast for the holiday.
Chef Mickey’s. Enjoy a scrumptious Easter brunch on Sunday and choose from cold salads, fruits, cereals, omelets, biscuits and gravy, pastries, breakfast lasagna, carving stations and more.
Captains Grille. At this Easter brunch, enjoy traditional breakfast items such as french toast and eggs benedict along with Mickey waffles topped with fruit. Lunch food will also be available; clam chowder, carved top sirloin, shrimp, salads, desserts and more.
The Wave. Disney’s new restaurant in the Contemporary resort will be serving an Easter brunch as well, made up of eggs, sausage, grits, omelets, pastries, cereals, pineapple rice, marinated chicken and much more.
Garden Grove. An Easter dinner buffet will be held on Sunday evening serving soups, salads, seafood, pasta, chicken and desserts. Rumor has it that Disney characters will be on hand to entertain!
Cape May Cafe. An Easter dinner will be served here on Sunday featuring pork ribs, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, crab legs, pasta and of course, the restaurant’s signature Oreo Bon Bons!
Meet Mr. and Mrs. Bunny
Head to Tour Guide Gardens in the Magic Kingdom between now and Sunday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Bunny! They’re there daily between 10:00 and 3:00 then from 4 until 6!
Other Easter Activities
Many of Disney’s resorts have Easter activities taking place so be sure to make a call to your concierge to find out what’s taking place and when.
What does the Easter Bunny leave for your children?
Photo credit: Samantha Decker