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BarkBox Releases “Home Alone” Limited-Edition Toys

Every box is filled with two themed toys, two bags of all-natural treats and a chew.

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National Secrets: Insider Tips to DC’s Best Museums

If you’re looking for something new and different to do with kids on the National Mall, look no further! We’ve sussed out the hidden gems and less trafficked spots at some of the most popular Smithsonian museums in DC.

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12 TV Shows Every ’70s Kid Watched

Back in the day, what we watched was anything but on demand.

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Buggin’ Out: Places to Take Your Little Bug Lover

From noshing on a wax moth larvae taco to exploring a tiny house completely covered in butterflies, if your little one loves creepy crawlies of all shapes and sizes, then this list is for you!

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Just Opened: EcoVivarium Living Museum

Discover the brand-new EcoVivarium Living Museum, an interactive and immersive experience featuring more than 200 rescued and donated animals.

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Take Your Nature Walk to the Next Level: Lindsay Wildlife Experience

Are you brave enough to hunt for neon scorpions? Embark on incredible wildlife adventures close to home with these awesome summer programs offered by Lindsay Wildlife Center.

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The Big Buzz: An Xtreme BUGS Exhibit Opens in Berkeley

With giant animatronic displays and insect fossils, your kids will surely be buggin’ out at this new cool exhibit.

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Day Trippin’ with Your Mini-Einstein: Science Museum of Virginia

Does your curious kid seem bored with science and you’ve exhausted your ability to make it cool. Enter the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond where science, fun, and hands-on learning team up for a day of mind-bending bliss.

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A Hike Like No Other: Mount Diablo’s Tarantula Trek

This fall, get up close and personal with some creepy crawlies–and we’re not talking about that line of ants in the backyard! The Tarantula Trek on Mount Diablo in Walnut Creek takes advantage of the tarantula’s mating season (early fall)…

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