Eggs-tream Easter Fun at the Museum

The Museum of Health Care and Murney Tower, two favourite local museums, are inviting families to visit for a brand new Easter event.

Designed for kids of all ages, Eggs-tream Easter Fun at the Museum is a family-friendly event which includes an Easter egg hunt and Easter-themed crafts. Eggs will be hidden in both museums waiting to be discovered! Families must venture inside both sites to find the hidden eggs, and win a prize. Spaces are limited!


Date: Saturday, April 1, 2023

Time slots: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

Registration required. Click the button below to register. Walk-ins will be permitted if space allows on the day of the event.

Cost: $5 per child

Locations: Murney Tower Museum, 2 King Street West and Museum of Health Care at Kingston, 32 George Street

Families are free to choose at which site they will start their hunt. Murney Tower and the Museum of Health Care are just a short “hop” (3 minute walk) from each other. Picking up a hunt guide at their chosen starting point, they will follow the clues to find the hidden eggs. Once all the eggs have been discovered at one site, the fun starts again at the next. Searchers must receive a stamp in their guide from each site to win a prize. The sites will also have their own Easter themed craft.

Of course, everyone is encouraged to take some time to explore the galleries at these amazing historic sights full of Kingston’s, and Canada’s, rich history.

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