When that final school bell rings, parents will look to find ways to occupy children’s time. There are several places of interest in the Baltimore area that will deter the summer whining about boredom and having nothing to do. Here is a sampling of exhibits available to
experience. Some are permanent, while others are visiting exhibits.
A free concert with Natalie Cole, free entrance to Port Discovery and art shows, performances, children’s activities at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
Port Discovery will be free on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Just because the kids are not in school, does not mean they need to stop learning. This is a list of places that can be both educational as well as fun.
Baltimore has plenty of outdoor activities to entertain, but what to do when it’s pouring rain? Don’t let the rainy days dampen your spirits. Instead, try some of these fun indoor activities.
When cabin fever strikes on a rainy spring day, and the kids loudly voice their boredom, take them downtown to Port Discovery. With lots of amazing exhibits, both permanent and visiting, your child won’t be able to pick a favorite.
If the idea of watching paint dry is more appealing than watching the Super Bowl, then you may appreciate the following list of kid-friendly alternatives to visit on any given Sunday.
As childhood obesity rates skyrocket, a local children’s museum is trying to do its part to get kids moving. Thursday, a new exhibit opened at Port Discovery that’s designed to put a kick in their step.
Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” WJZ meteorologists Tim Williams and Bernadette Woods. They talked about the 5th annual Weather/Field Trip Day at Camden Yards. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about Port Discovery’s Mr. Potato Head exhibit.
American students seem to be falling behind when it comes to science, and that can jeopardize our economy and national security.
Looking for Saturday family fun with your children? The best childrens museums in Maryland include places for kids like the B&O Railroad Museum, the College Park Aviation Museum, the Fire Museum Of Maryland, the Maryland Science Center and Port Discovery.
With February’s chilly temperature still keeping us indoors, we found a spot where you and your child can run around all day and stay warm, too! Port Discovery Children’s Museum, located in Baltimore’s downtown area, is a great place where children’s imagination can run wild. There is so much to do, parents will know their kids will sleep well that evening! The museum has three floors full of historical, creative, practical, educational and, most importantly, fun exhibits. All activities are designed to promote learning for the 2 – 10 year-old child.