Adventures for your bambino! Read our special Martin Luther King, Jr. post on all of the exciting things you can do on Monday to recognize Mr. King. The remainder of week seems to be full of music — so get those little ones ready for some tunes!
Monday, Jan. 20
11:00am-5:00pm- Snow slide is open today (and on weekend through mid-February) at St. Elizabeths East Campus: 2700 Martin Luther King Ave, SE
The Polar Vortex is apparently returning with a vengeance. There isn’t much planned so here are a few places to stay warm and indoors and your bambino can still have fun.
Visit the Natural History Museum to see the dinosaurs before the exhibit closes for renovation. There is also a butterfly encounter that is a lot of fun to walk through. We went this weekend and our son loved watching the colorful butterflies fly around and even land on him.
Monkey Joes is sure to be a hit with your toddler (they have a separate play area for kids 3 and under) and bigger children with all the numerous inflatable toys to climb on and games to play. 23521 Overland Dr Suite120 Sterling, VA 20166 (703) 996-8300.
With two locations, Playseum is sure to keep your little ones entertained. The Playseum has various rooms, each with a theme: a pet store (with real animals), a grocery store (with shopping carts), a Dominos pizza area where kids can make pretend pizzas and so much more!
Wednesday, Jan. 22
It’s cold outside so go inside and stay warm at The Playseum. With 2 locations; 1 in Bethesda and the other in Capitol Hill.
Thursday, Jan. 23
Friday, Jan. 24
10:00am & 11:30am- Glen Echo The Puppet Co present Tales of Beatrix Potter
Miss Nelson is Missing begins at Glen Echo’s Adventure Theatre
Don’t forget to check out the fabulous children’s events DC Libraries have to offer