Where to Play on the Weekdays: November 23-27

There's no place like Watkins Regional Park

There’s no place like Watkins Regional Park



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Monday – Let little ones burn some energy during an open gym session at Sport Bounce of Loundon, where a massive roomful of giant inflatables is a blast for kids. Open gym time is 10am – 1pm, and admission is $10/ages 2 and up, $6/18-23 months. And while open gym occurs every weekday, the time varies, so be sure to check the schedule if you go a different day.

Tuesday – Discover American Indian culture with all kinds of hands-on pursuits at imagiNATIONS, the family activity center at the National Museum of the American Indian. Weave a big basket, play in a teepee and models of native dwellings, do some arts & crafts, hear bird calls of the wild, read kids books in the library, and much more. Museum hours are 10am – 5:30pm. Admission is free.

Wednesday – Go over the rainbow and beyond at Watkins Regional Park. The adorable Wizard of Oz themed playground will keep kids frolicking for hours. While you’re there, stop by Old Maryland Farm to visit the animals and the Watkins Nature Center to view some cool creatures and birds. Park hours are dawn to dusk, 9am – 4pm at the Farm, and 10am – 5:30pm at the Nature Center. Admission is free.

Thursday – Get out for some pre- or post feast fun — this post has a bunch of ideas for activities on the holiday. Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday – I’m taking a cue from REI and recommending you #OptOutside on Black Friday. The Best Places in the DC Area to Enjoy a Beautiful Day Outdoors with the Kids has tons of suggestions for fun al fresco.

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