2023 White House Gold Commemorative Easter Egg
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2023 White House Gold Commemorative Easter Egg

Enjoy this 2023 gold commemorative Easter egg. Make it the "treasured" egg at your next Easter egg hunt, or keep it in its box to collect and enjoy.


  • Designed by: Josh Mauthe
  • Size: 3 1/4" x 2 1/4"

About the White House Easter Egg Roll

The White House Easter Egg Roll is an annual event held on the White House South Lawn, typically on the Monday after Easter. The tradition dates back to 1878 when President Rutherford B. Hayes opened the White House grounds to local children for egg rolling on Easter Monday.

The event involves children rolling colored hard-boiled eggs down the White House lawn with long-handled spoons, as well as participating in other activities such as egg hunting, face painting, storytelling, and musical performances. The White House Easter Egg Roll also includes appearances by the Easter Bunny and other costumed characters.

In addition to the egg rolling and other activities, there are often special guests in attendance, including celebrities and notable figures. The event has also featured educational and fitness activities promoting healthy eating and physical activity.

The White House Easter Egg Roll is a highly anticipated event for families and children across the United States, and tickets are distributed through an online lottery system. It is a fun and festive way to celebrate Easter and the arrival of spring, and has become an important tradition in American culture.
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