Happy Independence Day holiday weekend, Route 1! Plenty of things to do this weekend with the kids along the Route 1 corridor, including: Crafternoon in Greenbelt, Storytime in Mount Rainier, Indoor Splash at Rollingcrest (little kids section’s been updated), Fireworks at Bladensburg Waterfront Park, Great Zucchini in DC and more! Enjoy & Happy 4th of […]
Lots of kid-friendly fun to be had this weekend along Route 1! Family Campfire at Watkins Regional Park, Arts Drop-In in College Park, Illumination Day in North Brentwood, Battle of the DMV in Greenbelt, Greenbelt Green Man Festival & more!
Are your kids excited about being home for spring break but you’re starting to worry about how you’re going to fill the days? Then have no fear! Route One Fun’s 2019 Spring Break Guide’s got you covered with plenty of fun spring break activities along Maryland’s Route 1 Corridor, DC & beyond (couple of day-trip […]
Get a head start on your family-fun weekend plans along the Route 1 corridor now! Plenty of great ideas for fun outside and in! PG Culture Playdate in North Brentwood, Puppet Show in College Park, Nature Center in Mount Rainier, Children’s Film Festival in Greenbelt & more! Annnnddd Route One Fun’s 2019 Summer Camp Guide is now up and full of great local camps for summer fun!
With snow continuing into this evening in Maryland and a snow day already called for Prince George’s County Public Schools, here’s a list of great places to go sledding along Route 1 as recommended by Route One Fun readers themselves! Know of other places? Enter your recommendation in comments below and I’ll add to the […]
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…).