Easter will be here before you know it, and if you're looking for a great place to get pictures with the Easter Bunny, the Gallatin Valley Mall has you covered.

The Easter Bunny has been following the COVID-19 situation very carefully and has been taking precautions to be able to visit children at the Gallatin Valley Mall.

The photos will be contactless, which means your child won't be able to sit on the Easter Bunny's lap this year. For the health and safety of all, the Easter Bunny will be social distancing this year, but with a few photography tricks and creative solutions, families can still capture special memories with the Easter Bunny and go home with a great photograph.

There will be no physical contact with the Easter Bunny. Please give the Easter Bunny a social distance of at least 6 feet. Per Gallatin County Health Department regulations, face coverings over the mouth and nose are to be worn by everyone over the age of 5 years. You are required to wear a face-covering or face shield at all times, unless medically exempt.

Head to the Gallatin Valley Mall for contactless Easter photos with Winslow Studio March 20 - April 3 in the Macy's Court. Professional photos by Winslow Studio with the Easter Bunny or family photos without the Easter Bunny will be available. View a special letter from the Easter Bunny here.

Kids will also go home with a pair of complimentary bunny ears while supplies last, and the first 400 families will receive a free $5 gift card to use in the food court.

For more information about the Gallatin Valley Mall's COVID-safe practices, as well as the Easter Bunny's detailed schedule and photo package options, click here.

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