If you’re visiting Disneyland Resort this Easter season, get ready to hunt for some eggs! Eggstravaganza has returned for 2019 to Disneyland park, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney District with a grand total of 36 eggs to track down, some of them hidden in truly diabolical places that make this task far more challenging than it sounds.

Simply purchase a map for $6.99 plus tax (or less if you get a Disneyland Resort Annual Passholder discount) at either park or the shopping district, then start your search for the eggs using the clues provided– but be forewarned: I found a few of the clues to be more than a little misleading. This year’s Eggstravaganza puts up a fight, but for many participants that fact will only make it all the more fun.

Watch Live from Disneyland – Eggstravaganza 2019!:

In these three videos, I go step by step through Disneyland, DCA, and Downtown Disney tracking down each and every egg in the 2019 Disneyland Resort Eggstravaganza. I then head back to the point of purchase to redeem my completed map for an egg of my own (though you don’t actually need to finish the hunt in order to collect the egg).

Watch Eggstravaganza Easter Egg Hunt at Disney California Adventure 2019:

The six available Easter Eggs this year are as follows: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Aurora, Maleficent, Dumbo, and Timothy. There are also some cool alternate eggs available for purchase outside of the hunt, like a three-pack of Haunted Mansion Hitchhiking Ghosts and some Annual Passholder exclusives as well.

Watch Eggstravaganza 2019 at Downtown Disney District:

Disneyland Resort’s Eggstravaganza is a terrific way to get some exercise walking around the parks, and probably plays best with an entire family or group of friends pitching in to help. Each hunt takes roughly an hour to complete, but that time may vary if you get stuck on a handful of clues like I did.

Eggstravaganza 2019 runs from now through April 21 at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. For more information be sure to read the Disney Parks Blog’s post about the event.


Mike has been fascinated by theme parks and Disney all his life. He has worked in the entertainment journalism field since 2015, after spending a decade as a film projectionist at one of Hollywood’s most prestigious movie theaters. He resides in Burbank, California with his wife and cat.



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