Where to Play on the Weekdays: February 17-20

Making a virtual meal at Nat Geo's "Food: Our Global Kitchen" exhibit

Making a virtual meal at Nat Geo’s “Food: Our Global Kitchen” exhibit



Tuesday – When the storm brings you snow, build a snowman, go sledding, have a snowball fight! But if it’s too cold to be outside, check out the list of indoor playgrounds to find places where the kids can burn some energy on a foul weather day off from school. Be sure to call ahead to confirm hours.

Wednesday – Venture up to Baltimore for Wonderful Wednesday at Port Discovery. The special day is dedicated to children from ages birth through 6 years with imaginative music and literacy programs designed to develop early learning skills. The program is from 9:30 am – 12:30pm, and museum hours are 9:30am – 4:30pm. Admission is $14.50 for ages 2 and up (free for under 2).

Thursday – Visit the National Geographic Museum to experience Food: Our Global Kitchen, an exhibit that takes you from farm to fork, before it closes February 22. Be sure to see Spinosaurus while you’re there — the entrance fee gets you access to both. Hours are 10am – 6pm. Admission is $11/adult, $9/senior, $7/ages 5-12, free for 4 and under. Look for a discount on adult tickets here.

Friday – Take advantage of Tots Playtime at Pinstripes in Georgetown. From 10am – 12pm most weekdays, ALL kids can bowl for just $5, and parents are free (limit 4 kids per adult)! Stay after for lunch — they have a kids menu and a pretty extensive main menu, too.


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