Where to Play on the Weekdays: May 28-31

Experience In Peak Bloom at Artechouse before it closes

Tuesday – Experience In Peak Bloom at Artechouse before it closes after June 2. The digital art exhibit invites visitors to immerse in and interactive with a variety of works that are stunning and delightful, unique and profound. They’ll have kids and adults alike smiling and appreciating the gifts of art and nature. Hours are 10am – 7pm, and admission is $16-20/adult, $8-10/child.

Wednesday – Play, learn, and explore at the National Museum of American History! Wegmans Wonderplace, the activity center designed especially for children 0-6 years old, is full of features that cater to curious young visitors. If you’re with older kids, check out the Spark!Lab right next door. Hours at Wegmans Wonderplace are 10am – 4pm, and free admission is on a first come, first served basis, so there may be a short wait to get in. Of course, the rest of the museum is great to explore, too.

Thursday – Spend a musical morning with Boogie Babes, where King Bullfrog will be entertaining the kiddie crowd in Eastern Market’s North Hall. The show starts at 10:30am, and admission is $6/child, free for siblings 6 months and under. Plan on lunch there after — you can find all kinds of tasty bites at the market — or head to one of the many nearby Capitol Hill eateries.

Friday – Enjoy a “summer” activity and hit a sprayground! There are a bunch open for the season within the DC Department of Parks and Rec that have areas where kids can splash around. (Open at 10am, free admission.) Find a list of even more interactive fountains and splash pads around the area in the 2019 KFDC Guide to the Best of Summer in DC.

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