FAMILY EVENTS CALENDAR
- Apr 25
- Tween and Me Yoga
- May 16
- Gaithersburg Book Festival
Here, in the DMV, it’s a cinch to get your family fun run on. Check out five of our favorite races.
Been promising kiddo the moon and stars? With several local planetariums featuring programs geared towards the youngest astronomers, you can explore the Milky Way without going beyond the Beltway.
If you’re ready to stretch beyond the tried-and-true, go out for Japanese ramen. Here are four must-try noodle restaurants around D.C.
With its proximity to Rock Creek Park, rich history, and revitalized business district, Petworth has something for everyone from preschoolers to the POTUS.
At The Fractured Prune, you and your little ones become donut flavor inventors, by mixing and matching nearly twenty glazes and over a dozen toppings.
Contrary to what Kermit the Frog has to say, it is easy being green…especially around D.C., which is chock full of green-themed happenings. Here, some of our faves.
From climbs that are vertical, horizontal, and every which way, check out these you-have-to-see-to-believe D.C.-area playgrounds that come sprinkled with the most awesome structures.
We’ve been around the Nation’s Capital block a time or two…with baby in tow. Read on for a few insider secrets on making first time motherhood—by way of D.C.—a charm.
Strap your cherubs into the back seat and make the drive out to Ashburn, Va. to spend a few hours at The Zone—NoVa’s answer to Dave & Buster’s (for adults and kids).
Awesome libraries, picturesque parks, perfect pop tarts, and the best sledding for miles—if you’re a parent raising your brood in the shadow of the Statue of Freedom, Capitol Hill is the best place in town.
Clear your calendar because D.C. is jam packed with free family-friendly spring fests. Click through to discover some of our top picks.
If you’re planning a birthday bash for your little one, whether it’s the 1st or the 5th, there are plenty of great shops around the DC area that offer a wide selection of party-making materials–from invitations to decorations, kids activity/craft…
At Go Ape kids roam the trees through a course that includes a whopping forty-four obstacles, a Tarzan swing, a spider web, a skateboard hipline, and more!
As fabulous as the museum-filled National Mall is, there are equally awesome (and kid-friendly) museums in other parts of D.C. Here are six absolute favorites to check out this winter.
It’s been a looonnnggg winter, but finally Daylight Savings Time has come (don’t forget to turn your clocks ahead on March 8!). Check out our top spots for enjoying the extra hour of daylight around the District.