The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation at Ridley Creek State Park recreates farm life like it was for some of the area's earliest inhabitants. Its furnishings and exhibits tell the tale of local life from 1760 to 1790, when colonialists dwelled in this historic farmhouse. Each spring, the landmark re-opens for another season of educating visitors. This year, the Easter egg hunt on March 31st signals the beginning of the Plantation's seasonal visiting hours.
Bring little ones along (12 and under) for the Easter egg hunt at 11 a.m. Let them loose to explore the fields and lawn of the farm in search of plastic eggs packed with sweet treats. The egg hunt is divided into three age groups, so kids are matched equally when they set out for their eggs. Admission is $8 for kids and adults (kids under four are free), and you're encouraged to get your tickets in advance before they sell out.