Cute little animals are just born and nature is shedding its cold, snowy coat, inviting us to go outside and marvel at its annual rebirth. That’s Easter in the #Outaouaisfun region!

Easter means animals

And more specifically, BABY animals. For instance, from March 25 to 28, the Canada Agriculture and Food Museuminvites you to see the newly-born lambs, goats, bunnies and chicks that are sure to make you go “Aaaawwwwwww!”

New member in the family

Speaking of “Aaaaawwwww!”, how would you like to add cuteness to your home over the long week-end? LaFaisanderie des Collines has just the thing! You can rent a chick or a baby duck for a few days and add some Easter joy to your household. The kids (and parents) will love it!

Easter egg, where art thou?

Egg hunts are a true Easter tradition. This year, the giant psychedelic bunny has laid eggs at the Canadian Museum of History and your kids will have a lot of #outaouaisfun finding them all over the place. They can also egg-spress themselves by decorating egg-shaped cookies and meet Mr. Bunny himself, as he’ll be hopping around the museum over the week-end. He’s also laid eggs at Camp Fortune, where you can also enjoy their succulent Easter brunch on March 27.

The team here at Outaouais Tourism wishes you a Happy easter full of chicks, chocolate, and great food. For more ideas of things to do, check out www.outaouaistourism.com!

Vendredi: Faisanderie des collines
Samedi: Musée canadien de l’histoire
Dimanche: Camp Fortune
Lundi: Musée de l’agriculture et de l’alimentation du Canada

Finalement, vous aurez peut-être hâte de retourner travailler mardi.

Pour trouver d’autres activités à faire pour Pâques, cliquez ici.

Puis finalement, voici en un coup d’œil, tout ce qui est offert en Outaouais pour les familles.

Pâques en Outaouais

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