- TripBuzz found 533 things to do with kids in or near Bethesda, Maryland, including 510 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Silver Spring and Bowie.
- From Abracadabra Alex Magic Shows for Children to National Naval Medical Center Bowling, the Bethesda area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Parks, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- Only 30 minutes from the nation's capital, Bethesda has enough entertainment so that visitors never have to travel too far for a good time! The Bethesda Urban Partnership always has a new event to check out such as puppet shows, plays, camps, musical performances, and a number of different classes.
Shangri-LA Nepalese and Indian cuisine 7345-A Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda, MD MoreLess Info
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Abracadabra Alex Magic Shows for Children features a professional magician sure to delight children and keep them giggling. Great for birthday parties, Abracadabra Alex sends each kid home with a balloon animal and a magic trick.
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8901 Wisconsin Ave, Bldg 56, Bethesda, MD 20889 MoreLess Info
Located on WRNMMC naval base, the Bethesda Naval Bowling Center is a 20-lane bowling alley that's an inexpensive way to have some fun. The center features a pro shop, group bowling, lessons, and the famous Pin Fall Cafe.
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.
Cabin John Regional Park has a well-maintained 5-mile recreational hiking and biking trail. They also have a skating rink, campgrounds, picnic and playground areas, and outdoor tennis courts, among others.
With fresh water and a safe environment, Cabin John Dog Park is considered a top dog park. Open sunrise to sunset, patrons can allow their pets to go leashless and mingle with other dogs while socializing with other dog lovers.
At Caroline Freeland Urban Park, visitors can bring their children to a playground with slides, swing sets, and a climbing structure. Next to the playground is a covered picnic area with tables for family picnics.