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Live music starts at 7pm, the movie starts at 9pm. Movies are free and so is the popcorn. My kids tend to eat food they discover at these markets. The Inner Harbor is filled with shops and stores, but window shopping is just as fun. Free admission except for special exhibits. There are numerous free art museums in the greater D.
The U. Check the security requirements and bring an id for access to the campus. The park has a beautiful playground, plenty of green grass to throw the frisbee or stretch out and enjoy the weather, and art exhibits.
You could easily spend the entire day at this park.
This museum is old, and could use a little face lift, but it is totally hands on and your kids will love it! From finger painting to puppet shows your kids can enjoy the day exploring the different rooms of the museum, with minimal supervision. Every Wednesday during the summer months, hundreds of sailors take to the Severn River for this weekly race.
Get a great view of the finish line from the drawbridge that separates Annapolis from Eastport. This free museum located next door to the National Security Agency is a fun place to spend the afternoon.
The National Wildlife Center is actually closer to D. My family went a few years ago and thoroughly enjoyed their time. The crowds are minimal and it is free. There is a small charge for the guided tram tours. This place is a local favorite so be prepared to wait on a weekend evening just to get a parking space.
The National Aquarium is expensive but well worth the price of admission. When we lived in Maryland we received a membership to the aquarium for Christmas. Personally, I think touring the aquarium takes more than one day if you have several children. My kids of every age loved our visits and learned a ton while exploring the multilevel building. I love this post! The animals are, of course, interesting to watch, but I also love that there are shows and hands-on activities for the kids and adults throughout the aquarium.
I think we might have to plan a day trip this summer, there is so much to do. Annapolis is my new favorite get-away. My husband surprised me with a weekend there last fall to celebrate our 10th anniversary. We had so much fun and want to go back again. We toured The Naval Academy and it was so fascinating. We also ate very well that weekend, lots of great restaurants.
We do not vacation so it is well worth it because our kids look forward to playing at the museum, going out to eat and shopping in Memphis. Thanks so much for this post. Lots of great ideas! We just visited DC this weekend and loved all the free things. Our only out of pocket costs were lunch and souvenirs postcards. The Baltimore Museum of Art is also free admission, except certain special events. If you go and need to eat duhcheck out Lebanese Taverna. They make everything at the shop. In the summer they have a blackberry cobbler ice cream that is to die for.
Tickets to those games are an inexpensive way to spend an afternoon. Baltimore is one of our favorite day trip destinations! ESPN Zone is also fun. Good memories! I just remembered another thing you can do at the Naval Academy. Especially a good trip for history buffs and school-aged children. The planet display looks like it was salvaged from a dumpster after a real museum threw it away. Personally, it was not worth the time it took to find it.
We live near the National Aquarium and the Smithsonian — how can anyone who has been to those museums call this place a museum? From the annual Navy vs. Johnnies croquet match everyone dresses up to the Mitchell gallery family days. When we lived in MD we loved going to Larriland Farms. They have lots of great events for kids through Summer and fall as well as a huge selection of pick your own produce.
It may be a little bit of a drive but we found it to be well worth it. I love just outside Baltimore. Our favorite free activity is the Gunpowder River. The river is usually calm and shallow in this area. We pack a lunch and a blanket, eat lunch beside the river then let the exploring begin.
The kids can walk though the river from one side to the other. They find tadpoles, crayfish, fish, shells, etc.
We skip rocks and sun ourselves on the large rocks in the river. I highly recommend it. Love this post! I grew up in Annapolis and lived in Baltimore for a of years, so the places are near and dear to my heart.
Now I have three kids in New York City and my blog is devoted to fun things to do with little ones up here—has someone claimed NYC for staycation posts and if not, can I throw my hat in the ring for that? Comments Oooh! I agree that the National Aquarium is a great place to visit!
I love it and so do my. I love these ideas. Makes me wish I lived closer. I guess I will have to visit more often. Leave this field empty. Get every article delivered to your inbox! Address.Looking for my houswife of Annapolis Maryland
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