- TripBuzz found 524 things to do with kids in or near Arlington, Virginia, including 499 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Silver Spring, Bethesda and Bowie.
- From Mount Vernon Trail to Gravelly Point Park, the Arlington area offers 113 different types of family activities, including: Monuments, Dog Park, Theaters and Parks.
- Part of the original 'ten mile square,' Arlington was returned to Virginia in the 1840s. The city has enjoyed a great deal of population growth over the years, thanks to the large number of people who work in nearby Washington DC. Arlington is closely tied to Washington DC and politics, and has war memorials, museums, and the famous national cemetery within its borders.
The Potomac Community Recreation Center is a recreation center offering an open space for recreational and social purposes. Many classes and programs are hosted at the recreation center, and the center has rooms available for rent for various special events.
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13551 Fort Washington Rd, Fort Washington, MD 20744 MoreLess Info
The central attraction at the Fort Washington National Park is an 19th cenutry historic fort made of stone which was initially used for military defense. The park also contains many trails, picnic spots and a small museum.
The Wheaton Ice Arena is a public ice skating facility that offers ice skating lessons, ice hockey classes, and skating exhibitions throughout the year. The facility contains an NHL sized ice rink and a workout center.
With art and shows dedicated to a classic age, AFI Silver Theater is preserving culture of entertainment. Events include silent cinema showcases, classic musicals such as Mary Poppins, and classic stories such as Gone with the Wind.
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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.
Capital Childrens Museum is designed primarily for children age 8 and younger. The Museum houses exhibits and programs that honor kids' voices and reflect themes that speak to them as they learn about and engage with the world around them.
College Park Woods Pool has dedicated areas for every type of swimmer: Six lap lanes, 25m long, 1m Diving boards, 3ft Shallow area, poolside lounge chairs, a separate shaded Infant and Toddler Wading pool, a clubhouse and changing rooms.
Traditional ten-pin bowling is the foundation of AMF College Park Lanes. The site has 40 individual lanes along with an on-site pro shop and private room that can be rented for parties or other group events.