Beat cabin fever with some of our favorite indoor adventures! If you want your kids to burn off all their extra energy or you're looking for a fun new STEAM activity we have you covered!
Beat cabin fever with some of our favorite indoor adventures! If you want your kids to burn off all their extra energy or you’re looking for a fun new STEAM activity we have you covered! Related
Indoor play is redefined at Badlands. This nature-inspired play space in Rockville, MD provides an interactive environment where children can take risks, succeed at challenging themselves, and find their own way. The 30,000 square foot facility brings the outdoors in with an open play area that includes a mountain for climbing (& sliding back down), … Read More about Reap the Benefits of Play Inspired by Nature at Badlands
Kids Play Gallery in Gaithersburg, MD is an indoor imaginative play space that offers a fun, friendly, and safe environment with custom play homes for creative exploration.
Summit Ropes, the largest indoor ropes course in America, is a one-of-a-kind adventure park that consists of 16,550 square feet of ropes course with integrated Via Ferrata climbing. Fun for all ages, Summit Ropes is divided into a children’s course (4-9 years) and an adult course (7+ years). Both courses offer challenging activities that engage … Read More about Summit Ropes in Sterling, VA
If you are looking for an indoor place space where kids of all ages burn off some energy, you definitely want to check out Hyper Kidz! Hyper Kidz is ideal for kids up to 13 years old. With separate sections designed specifically for different age groups, there is something for every kid to enjoy! Our older … Read More about Indoor Play at Hyper Kidz
Stop. Drop. And Play! These days, indoor play spaces are in almost every town across the country. But not all indoor play is created equally. Indoor play is often associated with gross motor development (think trampoline parks and gyms), but indoor play can also support fine motor skills, social-emotional development and so much more. The … Read More about Stop Drop and Play Children’s Museum
We couldn’t wait to check out ZavaZone (Rockville), the self proclaimed indoor adventure park. You had us at adventure! ZavaZone is not your average indoor play place though, with trampolines, rope & zip lines, ninja warrior course and more it entertains children and adults. While ZavaZone recommends adventurers be 5 years or older, we think those … Read More about Adventure Indoor at ZavaZone
We are always looking for fun indoor play spaces. We used to go to the BounceU in Clarksburg years ago, but recently it closed down for some management changes and honestly, I was hesitant to go check it out. Previously the play space location was geared towards older kids and toddlers wouldn’t last more than … Read More about Bounce Through Winter Boredom at BounceU Clarksburg!
I will admit it, I was skeptical. We have been to music classes around town, what could be so different about Bach to Rock? We spent an evening at Bach to Rock Gaithersburg to find out. What sets Bach to Rock apart is the longevity of the program. Musicians can begin their musical journey with … Read More about A Musical Journey with Bach to Rock
KID Museum is a STEAM wonderland! I could go on & on about all the cool things going on there, but their website is so easy to use, so why bother? Throughout their programming they have robotics, engineering, woodworking, design, textiles, animation, 3-D printing, electronics, coding and smart technology. Basically it breaks down into awesome … Read More about Making Moves at KID Museum
***Get an Adventurer Annual Family Membership for only $75 via Groupon here for a limited time*** The Maryland Science Center in Baltimore is one of our absolute favorite places in the DC area! Located in the heart of Baltimore right across the harbor from the aquarium, it is only a 40-minute drive from Montgomery County. I am … Read More about Maryland Science Center in Baltimore
Every year when the weather becomes cooler we start looking for indoor play spaces, and every year we end up visiting the National Building Museum. It’s beautiful! You enter into a hugeeee lobby featuring 75-foot Corinthian Columns and a beautiful fountain, along with many other features that any architecture enthusiast would definitely appreciate. Because it … Read More about The National Building Museum