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Looking for Things to Do in Haleiwa? Attend the Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt at Waimea Valley March 7, 2018

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Looking for Things to Do in Haleiwa? Attend the Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt at Waimea Valley, Koolauloa, Hawaii

If your family is not into surfing or you’ve already taken a group lesson in Waikiki, HI, finding memorable things to do in Haleiwa can be challenging, especially on a holiday weekend. Fortunately, Waimea Valley has the answer. On Easter Sunday, they will be hosting a mouthwatering brunch and fun-filled children egg hunt. Whether you live on Oahu or just happen to be visiting, it’s worth driving north to check out the event and the breathtaking botanical garden on-site.

Reserve Your Space at Waimea Valley’s Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt

Sunday, April 1st, 9 a.m. & 11:30 a.m.

things to do in HaleiwaThis year, Waimea Valley is proud to host a special Easter brunch catered by Ke Nui Kitchen at the Pikake Pavilion. There will be two seating options, so you can choose the one that is most convenient for your family. At the 9 a.m. seating, the food line will open at 9:30 a.m., and the keiki egg hunt will follow at 10:30 a.m. At the 11:30 a.m. seating, brunch will be available at noon, and an egg hunt will follow at 12:30 p.m. Adult tickets are $52.95 each, and children between the ages of 4 and 12 are $26.50 each. These rates include a $5 gratuity but no sales tax. Brunch includes same day free admission to enter the Valley explore the botanical gardens, cultural sites, and a dip in the waterfall!

Celebrate Easter With the Entire Family at Waimea Valley

Why stress over hosting a holiday breakfast at home when the whole family can head to Waimea Valley for food and fun? When it comes to things to do in Haleiwa, checking out their lush garden and 45 foot waterfall is the best, and exploring it while hunting for eggs is an experience your kids will never forget. Brunch options include an omelet, traditional breakfast, and dessert bar.

You can buy tickets to Waimea Valley’s Easter celebration here. Please note that the egg hunt is only available to those who have purchased brunch tickets. Call (808) 638-7766 to learn more about this cultural site or things to do in Haleiwa, or visit them waimeavalley.net for more information on the brunch. 

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