The King’s Speech will be hitting the National Theatre’s stage February 11th – 16th and Route One Fun’s got your chance to win a pair of tickets to opening night, Tuesday, February 11th! More information on this great performance and giveaway details, below!
Children’s Choice Pediatric Dentistry Now Open in Northeast DC!
Searching for a pediatric dentist close to Route 1? Children’s Choice Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics – the Disney of Pediatric Dentistry – has opened a second location in Northeast DC, just minutes from the Route 1 corridor, and they’re currently accepting new patients! With an office in New Carrollton and now a new location in Northeast DC – just steps from Mount Rainier – you’ll have two great locations to choose from!
Weekend Guide: August 9th-11th
Lily Ponds Live! Concert at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, Parkour in College Park, The War Boys in Mount Rainier. “The Office” Trivia Night and more – all this weekend along the Route 1 Corridor!
DC’s National Portrait Gallery with Kids
Love the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in DC but fear visiting with your children? Then fear no more, dear buds, as this post is packed with travel tips (like time at the great Explore! room) and ways to make your next visit to this great museum with the kids an enjoyable one!
Winter Break Fun in Maryland & DC (for Route 1 Toddlers and Preschoolers)!
Winter Break Fun in Maryland & DC (for Route 1 Toddlers & Preschoolers) And that’s mine and that’s mine…at Wegmans Wonderplace With some daycares and preschools closing during the Winter Break along Route 1 and the DC Metro Area, having a game plan on how to entertain them young’ns will sure come in handy when […]
Franciscan Monastery in Brookland, DC (with or without kids)!
Searching for something different to do with (or without) your guests over the holidays? Then consider exploring the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, DC (it’s free, though donation welcomed). Open to all, the Franciscan Monastery is full of amazing architecture, incredibly beautiful stained glass windows, breathtaking art, relics of pilgrimages from around the world, shrines that make room for you to spend a moment and grounds that remind you of what it’s like to feel peaceful (except if you have a 4-year old child nipping at your proverbial heels. Tips on visiting with kids, below…).