Among the Easter egg hunts in Paris and especially the free egg hunts, this year, we count the nice egg hunt of Bercy Village. This Monday April 2, 2018, we run from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. to Cour Saint-Emilion to go on a quest for these famous Easter figurines hidden in the Village and allowing you to win a chocolatey surprise by Eric Kayser.
For the second year in a row, the Village organizes a large egg hunt as soon as Easter bells have rung. Equipped with a booklet to withdraw at the FNAC on D-Day, kids have 30 minutes to find toyhensand bunnies, figurines and decorative eggs hidden into the smallest corners of the Cour and its paths.
At the end of the allocated time, if your little clowns succeeded in finding the 15 Easter figurines, they will find themselves awarded a chocolatey surprise given by Maison Eric Kayser.
Please note this animation is free of charge but request a mandatory registration on the spot, on the very day, with the hosts and hostesses of the reception located in front of the FNAC. And seats are limited. So, from me to you, you shouldn’t really not waste time and register now!
All in all, there will be 14 time-slots of 30 minutes available:
The game is reserved for children from 4 to 10 years old, accompanied by an adult. Groups of over 5 children are not allowed. Booklet can be withdrawn only on the spot, on Monday April 2, between 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the Easter game reception area set in front of the FNAC Bercy Village. Seats are limited (maximum: 600 participants/day).
On 2 April 2018
From 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
28 Rue François Truffaut
75012 Paris 12
From 4 to 10 years old