11. Because some of the Passover songs during the Seder are downright epic
Depending on whether you attend a Sephardic or Ashkenazi Seder the songs will be sung differently—but rest assured, you may shed a tear.

12. Because it’s mysterious
There’s a part during the Seder where Elijah the Prophet supposedly pays a visit to every Seder—which is why a glass of wine is traditionally poured and left on the table for him.  Kids are told to keep quiet and still, and the door of the home is even opened to let him in. We especially like the part where the kids need to sit still!