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Easter at the Seaport

Easter at the Seaport

Apr 8 @ 11:00 am5:00 pm

The Center for Architecture at the Seaport


Suggested Ages: All

Celebrate Easter across the neighborhood, with special events and promotions at Seaport Square, Tin Building, Pearl Alley, and at restaurants including Malibu Farm.

Join a traditional egg hunt at 11 am. Be among the first 250 guests to arrive by 11am to take part. Make spring flowers, bunny hats and tie-dye paper eggs and build at a Lego Table.

Anytime 11 am–5 pm, find illustrations of flowers hidden throughout the decks of the 1885 tall ship Wavertree in a Spring Flower Scavenger Hunt. Mark the season and commemorate this historical three-masted cargo ship’s intercontinental crossings by finding illustrations of blossoms from countries Wavertree visited in her impressive 35-year sailing career. For all ages; those who find all the flowers in the hunt receive a small prize.

From 1-4 pm, mingle with costumed characters, face-painters and stilt walkers, play arcade games, listen to live jazz and enjoy bites and inventive cocktails at The Waterfront Bar at Pearl Alley.

Malibu Barbie Cafe

Travel to 1970s Malibu California at an immersive dining experience with a sea of poptimistic Barbie colors, laid-back beachy motifs, and lots of retro glam. Pose in an iconic life-size Barbie Box, play in a Malibu beach scene, lounge on pink swings and chairs and shop exclusive Barbie merchandise

The menu by Master Chef Finalist…

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1885 Schooner Pioneer

See the sights of New York Harbor, the magnificent Lower Manhattan skyline, and Governors Island from the decks of the historic 130-year-old schooner Pioneer. Grab a halyard to help raise a sail or simply sit back and enjoy the view. Bring a picnic lunch or dinner, afternoon snack, beverages, or a bottle of wine to…

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Imagination Playground

This magical interactive, transformable playground lets kids create their own play space with sand, water, giant foam blocks, mats, wagons, fabric, and crates at their fingertips. Great view of the East River. Near lots of cool public art. Bathrooms available.

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