The Easter markets in Vienna are not nearly so plentiful as the Christmas markets. I only know of 2 — the one near our house at the Freyung, and the bigger one at Schönbrunn. We try to make it to both every year. The Freyung market is quieter and very charming, and the focus is on the massive display of decorated eggs. Schönbrunn is much bigger and has much more of a party feel, plus many, many busloads of tourists. There’s a lot more food and a lot more to do at Schönbrunn (especially for kids), which makes it an easier place for a longer visit.
We didn’t make it out there this year until the day before Easter, and it was, predictably, a bit of a zoo. But we had a great time. The boys played quite a few games (like tabletop hockey . . . with chickens) and participated in some fun activities (walking on stilts), we all ate a little lunch, I visited the shop stall of my favorite Austrian folk artist, Lisl (who remembers me every time) and we all enjoyed a beautiful afternoon at the market. (By contrast, last year it was rainy and cold the day we went to the Schönbrunn market, but still lots of fun.)
It was fun and festive, and good times were had all around. It was a fun way to spend part of Easter weekend, and to enjoy a little of early spring in Vienna.