Hop Back to the Magic Kingdom with Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny

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For the first time in memory, Walt Disney World will be empty of crowds this holiday weekend. Although the parks are shuttered, we still can “hop” back in time for a photographic visit with two of the Magic Kingdom’s rarest residents, Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny!

Celebrate spring with a look back at Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny’s appearances at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. (Photos by Seth Kubersky)

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse are easy to find any day of the year at Walt Disney World’s theme parks, as are the popular princesses and other animated friends. However, there are a handful of less common costumed characters that only appear at select times of year, and Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny are at the top of that list.

As the Easter holiday approaches, this quiet corner of Main Street U.S.A. adjacent to City Hall is transformed into Bunny Lane Garden, a meeting and greeting spot for the season’s lagomorph stars.

The pair appear intermittently between the posted times, and they can draw quite a crowd, so be prepared to queue up for your cute photo op.

The wait will be well worth it because, in addition to getting your picture taken, you’ll receive a signed “Easter egg” souvenir.

Like the rest of us, Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny are hibernating this spring, but we can’t wait to see them bound back into the parks next Easter!

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