View of the exterior of the historic Mordecai house

EGG-sploring History Egg Hunt!

Hop through some of Raleigh's Historic Sites and EGG-splore history with us; presented by the Raleigh Historic Resources and Museum Program. We've hidden 10 giant eggs at some of Raleigh's Historic Sites. Each egg is numbered and features a history fact with a special highlighted word(s). Visit the locations of the hidden eggs in any order throughout the month of April. Once you've found all 10 hidden eggs, the highlighted words will create a final puzzle related to Raleigh's history! Scan the QR code and complete the quick survey each time you find an egg for one entry to win a Historic Resources prize pack. Solve the final puzzle for 10 bonus entries!! It's EGGS-actly what you were looking for! This activity is best suited for ages 5+ and is free!

The Eggs can be found at the following locations:
•    Borden Building at Fred Fletcher Park - 820 Clay St.
•    City of Raleigh Museum - 220 Fayetteville St.
•    John Chavis Carousel - 505 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
•    Moore Square - 201 S. Blount St.
•    Moore Square Visitor Center - 226 E. Martin St.
•    Mordecai Historic Park - 1 Mimosa St.
•    Mordecai Historic Park Visitor Center - 1101 Wake Forest Rd.
•    Pope House Museum - 511 S Wilmington St.
•    Pullen Park - 520 Ashe Ave.
•    Tucker House - 418 N Person St.