Monday – Go see the cherry blossoms while you can, because they won’t be blooming much longer. And I recommend checking out these tips for families before you do.
Tuesday – Celebrate the season at Ticonderoga Farm’s Spring Easter Festival. You can visit with the spring farm animals, do some bird watching and animal tracking along with their myriad year-round attractions (swings, hayrides, a maze, and much more). The Festival runs through April 15 and includes egg hunts, face painting, and a few other extras on weekends. Open 10am – 5pm, admission is $7.95 on weekdays ($11.95 on weekends and holidays).
Wednesday – Explore the outdoor world inside at a nature center. The Natural Capital blog has a great list of are nature centers, and many host weekday programs especially for little ones.
Thursday – Rock out at Discovery Theater as they present Secret Agent 23 Skidoo as part of their “Tot Rock: Jammin’ at the Smithsonian” series. Showtimes are 10:15am and 11:30am. Tickets are $6/ages 2 and up, $3/children under 2.
Friday – Discover Native American culture through a variety of interactive exhibits at the imagiNATIONS activity center in the National Museum of the American Indian. Kids can play in a teepee, build an igloo, listen to sounds of wild places, and much more. The museum is open 10am – 5:30pm, admission is free.