Just because the 4th of July is over, doesn’t mean you can’t end your night with a bang! There are a few local celebrations where you can catch some fireworks after the 4th of July.
This week, Wolf Trap kicked off its 2013 season of the Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods, a “bucket-list” favorite for local families to enjoy the arts in an affordable, beautiful setting.
“Monsters University,” the charming prequel to “Monsters Inc.,” tells the story of the unlikely friendship between Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan.
Most people think of ice skating as a winter activity, but there are many indoor rinks in Northern Virginia that offer year round fun. Don’t have your own skates? No problem! All the venues listed have rentals in sizes for all ages. Take a break from the heat, stay cool, and be active this summer.
Pack a picnic and bring the whole family on one of these local adventures.
Just a short drive from Northern Virginia, Colonial Williamsburg is the perfect destination for summer fun for the whole family. From June 14-Aug. 29, 2013, take advantage of the four day/three night Kids Stay, Play & Eat Free Package.
Don’t miss out on plenty of wholesome family fun, including hay rides, field games, animal interactions, face painting, pony rides, crafts, a corn hole tournament and much more.
Does the thought of taking a toddler or preschooler to a full-fledged water park sound too overwhelming? Luckily, the NoVA area has a bounty of delightful, free spraygrounds and play fountains that pack in a splash of fun for kids.
Bring the whole family to Frying Pan Farm Park this Saturday, May 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to participate in a day dedicated to spring fun.
With nice weather on the horizon, fishing is a fantastic and affordable activity for family fun. The lakes, rivers, and streams in Northern Virginia offer a variety of fishing experiences for all ages. Here’s our exclusive list of the best family-friendly fishing spots in the area.