Usually at Walt Disney World Resort for Easter, you can find elaborate Easter Egg Displays, especially in Disney’s Grand Floridan Resort & Spa. In 2021, Disney is still trying to avoid a lot of crowds in one places, so the displays are minimal, but still cute and worth a visit if you have spare time. Here’s what you can find Easter Egg Displays at Walt Disney World Resort Hotels.
2021 Easter Egg Displays at Walt Disney World Resort Hotels
My friend Jessica and I went on a hunt for Easter Eggs at Disney World. We love every holiday, so we wanted to see what we could find since we knew it would be different in 2021 due to Covid.
Disney’s Boardwalk Resort
At the Boardwalk they had a small display of eggs and a little game where you were supposed to find the Hidden Mickeys. this is perfect for little ones, because the Mickeys are numbered and not too difficult to find.
Disney’s BoardWalk Resort – Lobby area (available for viewing Mar. 26-April 4)
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Usually the Grand goes all out. These eggs were a little harder to find, but they’re scattered around and made of chocolate, so extra impressive.
Disney’s Grand Floridan Resort & Spa – Lobby area, concierge level, and Grand Floridian Café lobby (available for viewing Mar. 15-April 4)
Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort
If you’re going to pick one little area to visit, I’d choose the Yacht and Beach Club since they’re right next to each other, and I think their displays are the best. The attention to detail on chocolate is amazing!
Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort – Beach Club lobby, Yacht Club lobby, Ale & Compass Restaurant, The Market at Ale & Compass (available for viewing Mar. 18-Apr. 4)
And don’t forget to check out the backs of the eggs, because you’ll find some surprises.
After the Beach Club lobby, walk over to the Yacht Club, and you’ll find this adorable display in the lobby/hallway. I’m not sure if I love Jasmine or the Teacups more.
Then if you want to eat the Chocolate, I bought this adorable Minnie Mouse Easter Egg at The Market at Ale & Compass for my family to eat. It’s a large hollow chocolate egg. They do run out, so try to get there early-ish.
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort
Sadly, we didn’t get a chance to visit Saratoga Springs, but if you’re staying there, stop by the Carriage House!
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort – Carriage House (available for viewing Apr. 1-11)