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Easter is right around the corner and so are the celebrations.

If feels like just yesterday it was the 1990s and I was sporting a bandana covering my baby hair. I was brought to the Amesbury, Massachusetts Polish Club - where else would the family celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ?

Having no choice, and maybe screaming, I got my picture taken every year (until I was old enough to say no more) with the Easter Bunny.

Pictures are a great memory for parents at the time, then kids down the road. Whether kids want to be in that specific moment or not, they will remember the memory attached forever. My sister and I will still say a random memory that will always generate some nostalgia from my parents and an overwhelming feeling of "wow, they remembered that."

Easter egg hunts have a special place in my memory bin, and I know that is true for many others. Easter egg hunts, or any kind of Easter celebrations, are family-friendly fun that will impact your little ones forever.

Checking out the Easter options around the Seacoast, I was shocked by two things. One, there are a LOT of options in every county in New Hampshire. Two, Easter has come a long way since I was a kid.

New Hampshire is offering helicopter egg drops, bouncy houses, pictures with the Easter bunny, free admission to select events, and more.

Let's dive into some of the Easter events and egg hunts in and around New Hampshire.

New Hampshire's Easter Egg Hunt and Celebrations

Check out the best location, date, and time for some Easter Egg hunts in New Hampshire to make this Easter the most memorable one yet.

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