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Have your kids hunt for Easter eggs vertically at Queens’ Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge

Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge

A Queens rock climbing venue is doing things a little differently this Easter holiday.

Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge in Long Island City will be hosting a vertical Easter egg hunt for children on March 26. Instead of scattering the eggs on the ground, children will climb their way through the 25,000-square-foot facility to find treats.

Hundreds of eggs will be placed around the rock-climbing terrain and children ages 4 to 12 are encouraged to participate with adult supervision. The event, which runs from 10 a.m. to noon, is $10 per child, and kids can explore the facility after the event is finished.

According to a spokesperson, the event will also feature a raffle with giveaways such as vouchers for Adventure Days and Kids Academy programming and other goodies.

Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge, which officially opened last December, also includes a full weight room, yoga classes, personal training, youth programs, event spaces, an art gallery and a co-working space.

To register for the vertical Easter egg hunt, click here.

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