One of the funnest, not to mention sweetest, holidays is almost here! Easter brings the happiness of the spring season along with fun family traditions of Easter Egg Hunts, Bunny Hops, Spring Flings, and more. Use our list of Easter Events in Oakland County to enjoy an egg-stra good time! It’s a perfect way to spend time as a family and even better, a great way for kids to burn off the renewed energy that seems to spring forth at this time of year.
Easter Events in Oakland County are listed by date and location. Many events offer multiple sessions for different age groups and abilities. Remember to check websites to confirm dates, times, and in case of important updates regarding the weather.
Grab your neighbors, friends, and family and set out for your best hunt or hop yet.
We hope you have a happy Easter!
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If you’re looking for some serious frights this fall, the Erebus Haunted Attraction should be your final destination. Located in downtown Pontiac, this four-story haunted venue has 30,000 square feet of scary fun, making it one of the largest walk-through haunted attractions in the world.
Hunting for an egg hunt? Get in the Easter spirit at one of the many Easter holiday events hosted in Oakland County. See our full list of over 30 Easter events, HERE.
Shrill screams, low growls, loud noises and the spookiest of music can be heard from the sidewalk.
A line of willing victims, ready to take on one of the largest haunted attractions in America, wraps around the entire building.
A large 3D-like sign, held by the hands of an oversize devil creature may give even the most veteran of haunted house goers a bit of hesitation. The building itself oozes with a fear factor beyond those found at other haunted attractions.
The Erebus Haunted Attraction, a four-story haunted attraction located in downtown Pontiac, has reached Guinness Book level fame and received nationwide attention since it first opened its doors in 2000.
What is Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum?
A Museum? A Fun House? Or a Arcade?
Since the 80’s (1980’s that is) Marvin’s collection of unusual mechanical works and coin operated machines has been a well traveled fixture in Farmington Hills.