Port Discovery Children’s Museum
This Labor Day, end your summer the right way by celebrating with any one of these fun activities that Baltimore offers its residents.
Baltimore has many attractions that rise to the hype and are well worth the effort. From history to sports, Baltimore has it all.
The biggest holiday of the year for many Asian cultures, Lunar New Year falls on Feb. 10, 2013 and officially starts the “Year of the Snake.” Both in Baltimore and in the surrounding area, numerous communities will be gathering for this epic celebration of Asian culture, history and arts. Whether you’re just interested in learning more or would like to take an active role in the festivities, check out this list for the best options for celebrating the Lunar New Year locally.
Summer means it’s time to get the kids together for a little playtime — and parent time — out of the house. From sun-soaked adventures to educational experiences that feel like anything but, plan your next group playdate at any of these exciting local spots and make memories you’ll never forget.
Swings and slides are no fun when it’s cold and muddy, and even an extremely hot, sunny day can take the fun out of a day at the park. Skip the stressors and head to Baltimore’s best indoor playgrounds instead. These awesome area venues offer so much more than a community park, with little extras that keep the fun going all day long.
There are few things moms and dads hate hearing more than the complaint, “I’m bored!” Luckily, Baltimore has some of the best stuff to keep your kids entertained while also educating them.
For Baltimore’s best stuff for young kids, ages five through eight, check out the following locations that make for great fun and games: Port Discovery Children’s Museum, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, Urban Pirates, Barstons Child’s Play, American Visionary Art Museum and even Toys “R” Us.
There was a celebration at Port Discovery. The children’s museum in downtown Baltimore received some national recognition.