As we celebrate the 44th presidential inauguration next week, let’s not forget about the Northern Virginian who started it all. From Jan. 18-21, George Washington’s home, Mount Vernon is hosting special family-friendly inauguration activities.
The National Museum of the United States Marine Corps is a great place for families to come and learn about the past, present and future of the United States Marine Corps.
With the tagline “where kids can be kids, and adults can be adults,” the new PB & Jack is a haven and a much needed addition to the Fairfax area.
Even though you’ve ditched your clutch for a bag of wipes and squeezable applesauce, you don’t need to skip the fun this New Year’s Eve. The NoVA area is filled with tons of family-friendly options to ring in 2013.
After years of preparation, the National Children’s Museum finally opened its doors to “inspire children to care about and improve the world.”
Local mom Sarah Wehri had a vision to raise goats, live an organic lifestyle and start her own business.
“Noel: Carols from Christmas Past” is Jenny Oaks Baker’s second Christmas album.
The holiday season is about to kick-off in Old Town Manassas with a weekend filled with merriment.
The Snowflake Stampede gives attendees of all ages a sneak peak of the animated light displays before the Bull Run Festival of Lights opens up to the public.
There is no need to travel into Washington, D.C. this holiday season to see a top-notch performance of “The Nutcracker” ballet. Listed below in chronological order, these options in Northern Virginia are sure to dazzle local fans of all ages.