Easter Events in Nashville TN

Easter weekend is traditionally a time when families get together for Easter-egg hunts, brunch/dinner, and other celebratory events. The Nashville area is hosting several Easter Events to help families celebrate the Easter holiday. Check out a few of the events occurring in the area and some restaurants serving Easter brunch. Make your plans to attend Easter festivities, along with our Nashville Car Service to alleviate the stress of excessive driving so that you may enjoy the holiday. Check out a few events occurring in the area to celebrate Easter and some places to enjoy a tasty Easter brunch.


The Nashville Zoo will be hosting Easter egg hunts and Easter treats on April 4 (9am – 4pm). The zoo is scheduled to have a day of fun, including an appearance from Twiga, the Zoo’s mascot. For more information, visit the Nashville Zoo’s website.

The Hermitage

Check out the Easter Bunny at The Hermitage on April 4. An egg hunt and other activities will take place at The Hermitage. For additional information, go to http://thehermitage.com/events/category/event-calendar

City-Wide Easter-Egg Hunts

There are numerous free Easter egg hunts taking place in the Nashville area. The Southeast Nashville Egg Hunt (March 28, 9am), Bellevue Easter Egg Hunt (April 4, 11am) @ Red Caboose Park, East Nashville Easter Egg Hunt @ East Park (March 28, 11am), and Hermitage’s Easter Egg Hunt @ McKendree Village (March 28, 2pm) are just a few of the free activities for kids.

Oyster Easter (Adults)

This fundraising event for the Community Resource Center helps fight poverty in Middle Tennessee. The adult Easter party includes live music, oysters and a Cajun feast, and hula-hoops. This event will take place at the Historic Travellers Rest at 636 Farrell Parkway. To find out more exciting information regarding the Oyster Easter, visit www.crcnashville.org/oystereaster. Don’t forget to have our Nashville Car Service to drive you to and from this event.

Going to Brunch

Are you worrying about tiring in the kitchen while preparing Easter brunch? Let someone do it for you. There are options when selecting a place to dine for Easter. Loveless Café (8400 Hwy 100) has a traditional American menu and a must visit for Nashville. Monell’s (1235 6th Av N) is known for its tasty southern style buffet. This is family-style seating as if you are at home. Mere Bulles (5201 Maryland Way, Brentwood) has a buffet assortment. Make reservations if you’re planning on dining at Mere Bulles. Finally, the General Jackson (2812 Opryland Dr.) is taking sail on Easter with a Southern breakfast buffet. You’ll have live gospel music, while eating and sailing. For more information on the General Jackson’s Easter Brunch, go to www.generaljackson.com.

So now you have it. There are so many festivities in the Nashville area celebrating Easter that we could only name a few. Don’t miss out on the events and family time because of the frustrations of finding somewhere to park, and driving to different locations. Sit back and allow someone to do the driving for you. Call Emerald Luxury Transportation, and speak with one of our 24/7 reservationists and book your Nashville Car Service today!

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