On Easter Sunday, children will get the chance to explore and search for holiday eggs filled with goodies.
The Friends of Dinosaur State Park along the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will host an Easter egg hunt on the front lawn of the facility on April 8 at promptly 2 p.m.
Children will be broken into two age groups with one being ages six and under and the other being ages seven to 12.
Six of the hidden eggs will contain a gift certificate for a stuffed “Dilly” the Dilophosaurus.
The event is free to the public, however anyone participating in the event must bring his or her own basket. Reservations are not needed.
Visitors will be able to enter the museum for a fee to view several exhibits and more than 500 early Jurassic dinosaur footprints as well as walk the outdoor trails and visit the gift shop.
The price of admission for the museum is $6 for adults and children over the age of 13, $2 for children between the ages of six to 12 and children five and under is free.
For more information, please call the park at 860-529-5816 or visit their website.