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Where to Find Easter Egg Displays at Disney World in 2024

March 25, 2024

Spring is nearly here, and so are the chocolate Easter egg displays at the Walt Disney World resorts!  Each year, the pastry chefs at the resorts masterfully design and hand-paint the eggs that are themed to various Disney characters, movies, and parks.  This year, you can find the displays in the following resorts starting on March 3.  

Grand Floridian

Easter eggs at the Grand Floridian

The most well-known Easter egg display is the one at the Grand Floridian.  This year, there are a few new ones to look for, including eggs themed after Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Disney Animation’s “Beauty and the Beast,” and Disney snacks. 

While you are there, be sure to visit the Grand Cottage for some yummy and festive treats.  On the menu this year are: 

  • Bunny Pop Flower Pot: Chocolate flower pot filled with jelly beans and three chocolate bunny pops
  • Fruity Cereal Mickey Pop: Mickey-shaped fruity cereal crisped treat
  • The Easter Treat Box: Dark chocolate filled bunny, carrot blondie pop, marshmallow pop, carrot cake chocolate bark, confetti pop, and meringue nests
  • Easter Marshmallow Pop: Three large marshmallows dipped in yellow chocolate coating topped with Easter quins
  • Bunny Burrow Dirt Cup: Layers of chocolate cake, chocolate buttercream, and cookies ‘n cream pieces with springtime décor (plant-based)
  • The Grand Egg: White chocolate egg filled with jelly beans sprayed in spring colors


Easter eggs at the Contemporary (Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog)

Across the Seven Seas Lagoon from the Grand Floridian are additional Easter eggs at the Contemporary.  In the grand concourse of the resort, you’ll find the hand-painted eggs.  New this year are eggs that are inspired by the animated movies “Elemental” and “Hercules.”

Yacht Club and Beach Club

Easter eggs at the Yacht and Beach Club Resorts (Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog)

In lieu of the “Finding Nemo” eggs that were on display last year (pictured above), this year’s Easter egg display at the Yacht Club is inspired by “Moana.”  Each egg depicts either characters or scenes from the animated movie.  

Over at the Beach Club, the Easter egg display is themed after the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival.  You’ll find eggs that are miniature versions of the festival’s topiaries.

It’s not too late to book a getaway to check out all the spring festivities from the chocolate Easter egg displays to the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival!  Browse the confirmed reservations to find stays that DVC members have already booked. 

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