I don’t know how many of you have ever tried the Disney Eggstravanganza Hunt at Epcot during the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival but I just did it for the first time this past week. It was freaking awesome! I had done the Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak during the Epcot Food and Wine Festival and found it to be really easy. They really stepped up their game with this EGGStravanganza!!! I am going to share the experience with you, as well as some pictures of the eggs themselves. DISCLAIMER- If you don’t want to potentially learn where the eggs are for your own egg hunt, do NOT read on!!!
This is the map you are going to need to do the egg hunt. You can get it at Port of Entry in Epcot. They are behind the counter and you just need to ask. The cost is $5.95 plus tax and, after you have placed all the stickers in the right spot, you can turn the map in for your very own Easter egg before April 2 (see below).
The idea is to go around the World Showcase and find each Easter egg in each country. Don’t try to find rhyme or reason as to which character should be in which country. I tried that and it was not the case. For example, I thought that the White Rabbit egg would be in the United Kingdom. Yep… I was wrong.
These are what you are looking for. They are really challenging to find in some countries, this time around! It was awesome! I like a challenge. I don’t want it to be spoon fed to me. I lucked out on this search because I was definitely scratching my head a couple of times.
These are the 6 eggs you can choose from. You only get one, when you bring your map back in to the egg exchange location (does anyone else remember the exchange an egg episode of Beverly Hills 90210?!?!). I chose the Cheshire Cat because of the theme of our wedding but I was definitely torn between that one, Stitch and Minnie or Mickey. I suppose I could have bought 6 maps to get all 6 eggs but I decided not to. These eggs are plastic and empty. You can open them and put treats in them and use them for Easter! Unfortunately, these eggs are not for sale on their own.
Overall, I learned that I will be doing this again next year because it was awesome! Have you ever done the Disney EGGStravaganza hunt?? Let us know about your experience in the comment section below!
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