- TripBuzz found 534 things to do with kids in or near Silver Spring, Maryland, including 510 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Bethesda and Bowie.
- From The Little Gym of Silver Spring to Rock Creek Garden Pool, the Silver Spring area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Swimming Pool and Theaters.
- Located just north of Washington D.C. lies the city of Silver Springs, Maryland. The city is a thriving urban business and residential community. Home to an array of restaurants, shopping districts and diverse entertainment, the city is also a popular tourist destination. The family-friendly city offers music and film venues and golf and host many annual music and film festivals throughout the year.
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2002 Shorefield Road, Wheaton, MD 20902 MoreLess Info
Miniature Train & Carousel is the major attraction at Wheaton Regional Park with its steam engine and a railway track which weaves through the woods.
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3000 Block of Connecticut Avenue, Washington, DC 20008 MoreLess Info
The National Zoological Park is a zoo containing 4,000 animals and 500 different species that offers three different guided tours and a separate elephant-themed tour. There are several dining options throughout the zoo.
Featuring seating for nearly 18,000 spectators, the Comcast Center is a sports arena that is the home of the Maryland Terrapins. Numerous sporting events are hosted here, including men's and women's basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, and wrestling.
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3001 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008 MoreLess Info
Located in the heart of the nation's capital, the Smithsonian National Zoological Park features multiple animal habitats ranging from domestic to rare and exotic species from around the world. The zoo is open daily and has free admission.
A 34-lane bowling center, Bowlmor Bethesda provides a venue suitable for open bowling, birthday parties and private events. It offers an arcade, two sports bars, glow blowing, television screens at the end of each lane and a full-service restaurant.
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7100 Baltimore Avenue, College Park, MD 20740 MoreLess Info
The National Museum of Language has officially become a virtual museum. Rather than a physical space, the museum has exhibits, lectures, language summer camps, and workshops that are offered through their website.