Grand Floridian's annual Easter Egg display is now open at Walt Disney World

Mar 04, 2024 in "Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa"

2024 Easter Egg display at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort
Posted: Monday March 4, 2024 8:47am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Easter has arrived at Walt Disney World's Grand Floridian Resort with a flourish of creativity and chocolate artistry.

The annual Easter egg display has opened to the public, transforming the resort's elegant lobby into a gallery of edible, intricately designed Easter eggs.

Each egg, standing at an impressive 16 to 20 inches tall, is handcrafted by the resort's talented pastry chefs. This year, the collection boasts a whimsical array of themes, from classic Disney characters to Walt Disney World attractions, including Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway.

Highlights from this year's display include an egg inspired by Disney's Runaway Railroad, James and the Giant Peach, Beauty and the Beast, and Moana.

You can also see a Cast Member from the pastry team decorating an egg.

Click the gallery to see more of the 2024 Grand Floridian Resort Easter Egg display.

Visitors to the Grand Floridian can also indulge in a variety of Easter-themed treats available at The Grand Cottage, where the menu boasts everything from classic Hot Cross Buns to the extravagant Easter Treat Box.

The Grand Floridian's Easter egg display is open to all visitors, with no admission fee. Plan to park at the TTC and take the monorail, as parking is restricted to resort guests at the Grand Floridian Resort.

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DCBakerMar 24, 2024

Times to meet Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny at Magic Kingdom have been added to My Disney Experience.

SaucyBoyMar 18, 2024

Looking forward to getting back to WDW next week for all the Easter/springtime festivities since 2019; it's such a lovely time of year down there.

AylaMar 18, 2024

That Beauty and the Beast egg is INCREDIBLE!! Wow!

DCBakerMar 18, 2024

Disney has shared a behind-the-scenes look at how Easter Egg displays are made at Walt Disney World. Here's a link to the post on the front page:

MrPromeyMar 05, 2024

Agreed. It was more of a sarcastic rhetorical question. Disney has a history of "paying tribute" to stuff they decided to get rid of which has always puzzled me. With things like this, I get it. With the collectable merchandise, it's always a bit more confusing. Still, would be interesting explaining to your child what this thing was that was done before they were born and then trying to come up with an answer when they ask why they got rid of it: "Well, it had to go back to Disneyland." "So it's at Disneyland?" "Well no. It got replaced by another light parade called Paint the Night." "What did they replace it with here?" "A new DVC." "Huh?" "Nevermind. They replaced it with nothing." "So Paint the Night is at Disneyland now? What happened to the Electric Parade?" "Well they actually brought the electric parade back to Disneyland after Paint the Night but then replaced it again with Paint the Night but they don't have a nighttime parade, either now." ... kid has already lost interest and is three eggs down.

asianwayMar 05, 2024

Things like this are usually done by lower tier cast who miss ::fill in the blank thing that should have never been removed”. Upper management would never even as a taunt.

MrPromeyMar 05, 2024

Does this mean MSEP is coming back or are they just taunting us all with a homage what they took away and never replaced?

wdwmagicMar 03, 2024

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JohnDFeb 21, 2024

Apparently, a "foodie guide" is forthcoming.