White House Easter Egg Roll

Easter egg roll at White HouseThe White House EmblemThe White House EmblemThe annual Easter Egg Roll is a White House tradition that dates back to 1878. This year it will be held at the White House on Monday April 9, 2012. The event is open to kids age 12 and younger, and the free tickets are distributed through an online lottery.  Click here for all the details.

I took my nine year old twins to this event last Spring.  It was a hot day, and there were LOTS of people there. But, it was very well run. There were volunteers everywhere handing out bottled water. There was a concert and different activity stations, and plenty of photo-ops with the White House as your backdrop. My kids’ favorite activity was playing basketball on the White House tennis courts.

White House Easter Egg Roll on the South lawn.

Image via Wikipedia

Georgetown Suites is a great place to stay when you come to DC for the White House Easter Egg Roll.  Our spacious suites are perfect for the family. All suites have full kitchens, and our rates include complimentary continental breakfast and free wireless internet. Our location in the heart of Georgetown is easily accessible to all the Washington, DC attractions.  Check rates and availability.

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Georgetown Suites is an upscale all suite hotel located in the heart of Historic Georgetown in Washington, DC. We are surrounded by unique shops and restaurants. We would love to accommodate you on your next visit to DC. This blog is intended to share information about Georgetown and Washington, DC that are of interest to our guests.
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