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.
This weekend, SpringFest Fairfax will be a humongous celebration of Earth Day, Arbor Day, and community efforts striving for a greener, cleaner Fairfax.
Located in the heart of Old Town Winchester, the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum is the perfect place for a day trip with the whole family.
Eric Knaus, “The Great Zucchini,” has been entertaining children in the D.C. area for over a decade, performing at many festivals, charity events, the White House, and a weekly stint at Jammin’ Java. He continues to be a sought-after local favorite with a successful track record. Northern Virginia Magazine was happy to catch up with Mr. Knaus for a quick chat.
Tucked away in the Pentagon City area is an obscure museum that is not on everyone’s must-see list. The DEA Museum is a hidden gem, highlighting the history of prescription and illegal drugs in America with hands-on and multi-media exhibits.
On April 6, 2013, families who visit the Mary Washington House in Fredericksburg can get a hands-on trip back in time to the 18th century.
Are you overwhelmed when searching after school activities and camps for your children?
Awaken your inner villain and join the sneaky stepsisters and evil stepmother as they try to stop the Prince from finding Cinderella.
Spring is just around the corner and the festivities are beginning at Ticonderoga Farms.
Bring your little leprechauns to these family-friendly St. Patrick’s Day activities in our area.