White House Easter Egg Roll April 22nd

Want to have an easter egg hunt on the southlawn? Well, this event is for you. President and First Lady Trump have extended an invitation to have citizens come from all around the country to participate in the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

This White House tradition started back in 1878 when Rutherford B. Hayes was President. Back then, it was a humble gathering, but now, nearly 30,000 people attend. There are all kinds of activities from an egg hunt to storytime. The event is free but you do need tickets to attend. The tickets are given out by lottery.  For more information on how to acquire tickets go here. The lottery begins 28 February and ends 4 March.