Home » Disneyland » Celebrating Springtime and Easter at the Disneyland Resort

Celebrating Springtime and Easter at the Disneyland Resort

This Fairy Tale Life is reader supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a monetary commission. Learn more.

Partners Statue flanked by pink trees at Disneyland

Springtime is a magical season at the Disneyland Resort! The flowers and trees are in bloom, the weather is delightful, and crowds are manageable before the summer rush.

If you’re planning a Springtime visit to Disneyland in California, this article will tell you about any special offerings happening around the Resort!

For discount Disneyland tickets, I recommend Undercover Tourist. Save up to $25 off the ticket booth prices!

Easter and Springtime at Disneyland


The springtime tradition of Eggstravaganza returns again in 2023!

If you’re not familiar with the Disneyland Eggstravaganza, it’s a fun activity where you buy a map and go around the Parks and Downtown Disney looking for large egg decorations “hidden” in various spots. The map tells you the area where you can find the eggs, but it’s up to you to actually spot it.

Maps and merchandise for Eggstravaganza Disneyland

Each egg is painted to look like a character and once you spot it you place the character sticker on its location on the map. Once you complete your map you can redeem it for a prize – a small character egg.

Eggstravaganza Redemption Location sign

This year, you can participate in Eggstravaganza from March 13 to April 9, 2023. There are three separate maps – Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney – and each map costs $9.99.

Eggstravaganza table outside Plaza Point at Disneyland

Map for Eggstravaganza Disneyland 2022

You can take your map (completed or not) to any redemption area to claim your prize, which is one of six character eggs.

Row of 6 plastic eggs decorated with Disney characters

This year, Guests can easily purchase their Eggstravaganza maps using mobile shopping! Look for a Cast Member to assist you in the following locations:

  • Disneyland – Outside Plaza Point Holiday Shoppe near the Corn Dog Cart
  • Disney California Adventure – Outside Elias & Company along Buena Vista Street
  • Downtown Disney – Outside World of Disney or near Pin Traders

Here are a few eggs I’ve spotted in past years:

In the window above Baby Care Center:
If the Disneyland Easter Egg Hunt is Sold Out, Try This Alternative

Above the entrance to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad:
Goofy egg for Eggstravaganza at Disneyland

Inside the Fortuosity Shop on Main Street USA:
Donald Duck egg for Eggstravaganza at Disneyland

Above and to the left side of Bengal BBQ:
If the Disneyland Easter Egg Hunt is Sold Out, Try This Alternative

On a balcony in New Orleans Square facing Rivers of America:
If the Disneyland Easter Egg Hunt is Sold Out, Try This Alternative


Corn Dog Castle (this was the easiest one!):
If the Disneyland Easter Egg Hunt is Sold Out, Try This Alternative


Stop and Smell the Flowers

Well maybe not actually smell them, but admire them! The grounds of Disneyland really come alive in spring, with beautiful bright flowers and blooming pink trees. The horticulture is an attraction in its own right!

Floral Minnie in front of the Disneyland train station

Pink tree blooms in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland

Pink flowers in the foreground of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland

Pink peonies planted at the entrance to Disneyland

Easter & Springtime Treats

What’s Easter without some candy? Disneyland has the sweetest spring treats available at Candy Palace inside Disneyland, Trolley Treats inside Disney California Adventure, and Marceline’s at Downtown Disney.

Candy apples decorated like yellow baby chicks

Pink and blue pastel Mickey shaped cookies

Wouldn’t these look cute in an Easter basket?

Crispy rice treats shaped like bunny tails

Green and white Easter spring cupcakes at Disneyland

Blue and yellow spring cupcakes at Disneyland

Easter Disneyland Dining Options

For 2023, there is an Easter Brunch available at Storyteller’s Cafe at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa.

Other popular Brunch locations are:

Keep in mind dining reservations are recommended, especially on holidays! You can go online or call 1-(714)-956-MICKEY

Spring Merchandise

During the months of March and April, keep your eyes open for special spring balloons!

Spring Balloons at Disneyland in California

For any special seasonal merchandise, you’re going to want to head to Plaza Point Holiday Shoppe on Main Street USA inside Disneyland. You may also spot a few things at Emporium on Main Street, Elias & Co at Disney California Adventure, and World of Disney or Disney Home store at Downtown Disney.

Spring decor at Plaza Point at Disneyland

Mannequins dressed for spring at Plaza Point at Disneyland

Easter at Downtown Disney

Downtown Disney participates in the Eggstravaganza with their very own map (detailed above)! Be sure to also check out World of Disney for any limited time merchandise for the spring season.

As for dining, many of the restaurants participate in the Food & Wine Festival, which takes place at Disney California Adventure every spring. For 2023, the festival runs from March 3 through April 25. Check individual locations for details.

Sprinkles usually has special holiday cupcakes available, as well as Marceline’s, so be sure to swing by and see what’s on the menu!

Celebrating at the Disneyland Hotels

Storyteller’s Cafe at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel is offering a special Easter Brunch on April 9, 2023.

Spring Break – How Are the Crowds?

Spring is a generally mild time to visit the Disneyland Resort, but the Spring Break periods do get busy! If you plan to visit the Disneyland Resort around Easter, be sure to plan ahead and make your Park reservations as early as possible (right now that’s 120 days ahead for ticket holders and 90 days ahead for Magic Key holders).

Mickey waves in front of flowering pink tree at Disney California Adventure

Springtime really is a fabulous time to visit Disneyland Park and the Disneyland Resort. If you go, say hi to Mickey for me!

About Mindy

Mindy Marzec is a life-long Disney fan who grew up in Los Angeles. She started This Fairy Tale Life to share Disneyland travel tips for adults. When not at Disneyland, you can find Mindy at home snuggling with her cats and re-watching Thor: Ragnarok for the billionth time.