Wow, the biggest decision when planning an inexpensive trip to Washington is where to begin because there are so many options that the kids--and adults--will enjoy. Here are some suggestions on how to get started: 1--If you don’t mind spending some money up front you can get a discount card for each family member for a Washington DC Explorer Pass. This entitles you to up to 40% discount on 14 … [Read more...] about 17 Free or Cheap Things to Do With Kids in Washington, DC This Summer
Whether you're a visitor or a local who'd like to experience Washington, D.C., in a new, fun way, here's an opportunity to turn the city into one big game board you can play from your smart phone. It involves some walking (3.3 miles) and about three hours, so choose a day when the weather is tolerable and sign up online at UrbanAdventureQuest.com. The scavenger hunt starts on the National Mall … [Read more...] about Adventure Scavenger Hunt for Families in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Seuss' beloved tale about the true meaning of Christmas jumps from the page to the stage with the record-setting Broadway sensation "How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical." Max the Dog narrates the Grinch's plot to steal Christmas away from the lovable Whos of Whoville. The green villain will transform before your very eyes as the holiday spirit makes his small heart grow three … [Read more...] about Huge Discount on How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical
Tickets are now on sale for the 58th Annual Washington International Horse Show (WIHS), one of the top equestrian events in North America, which takes place Oct. 25-30 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. Daytime tickets (general admission only) are $15 (plus applicable service charge) with children 12 and under admitted free. For evening performances, VIP, reserved and general … [Read more...] about Discounted Tickets for Washington International Horse Show
In honor of the National Park Centennial, the National Museum of Natural History features a special exhibit dedicated to presenting the incredible experiences that national parks provide. Entitled "100 Years of America's National Park Service: Preserve, Enjoy, Inspire," the exhibit will showcase more than 50 images from award-winning photographers, displaying monuments, historic sites, lake shores … [Read more...] about National Parks Centennial Exhibit at Museum of Natural History
This summer, roller rinks in teh Washington, DC, area are participating in a national Kids Skate Free program that offers kids one free roller skating pass each week. You'll need to register your child with a participating roller rink to get the free pass (there's a limit of four kids per email address). Days and hours vary by location. Skate rental is not included. Copyright Living on the … [Read more...] about Free summer roller skating for kids