Spring Break Activities in Washington DC

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March Spring Break for Kids in Washington DC

Uhhhhh, no school, no books or teachers--add to that the luxury of getting out of bed late...what a holiday! After a long and cold winter semester, Spring Break is so looked forward to by kids and teens that we just had to come up with some fun things for them to do in Washington DC and environs. Whether you're visiting or living the Capital, this Spring Break guide should help you make the most of your children's week of off school:

Mmmmm, Manga...
The Cheesecake Factory in DC is famous for its superlative varieties of cheesecake, crowned most recently by a 25th-anniversary Godiva Chocolate version. But that’s for dessert...

Rosa Mexicano restaurantis a stylish and festive restaurant that doesn’t try to do too much – just serve authentic Mexican food in plentiful portions at a reasonable price. That should be more than enough for families visiting Washington, D.C...

Filomena Ristorante Italian family restrauant, located in historic Georgetown, has been a D.C. institution for 20 years, a favorite hangout of movie stars, diplomats, U.S. presidents – even foreign heads of state. They come to be seen – as well as to watch a bevy of Filomena’s Italian “mamas” make pasta from scratch...

Hit the Theme Parks
Six Flags America, Maryland‘s only theme park and the DC Metro‘s closest theme park, features more than 100 rides, shows and attractions...

Busch Gardens Williamsburg features four of the world‘s top-rated roller coasters, including Apollo‘s Chariot, which plummets riders a total of 825 feet and the notorious Alpengeist the world‘s tallest twisted roller coaster...

Jolly Roger Amusement Park has rides and games the whole family can enjoy. And as always, there is never a charge to just relax and stroll through Ocean City‘s only full-service Family Amusement Facility.

Hit The Malls
Owned and operated by Dean and Deluca, Georgetown historic market offers the best foodstuffs available on the market. It‘s history dates back to 1865 when it was built n the site of an earlier 1795 market, which was the first public market in Washington, DC...

The Old Post Office Pavilion, ranked as one of Washington‘s top eight attractions, is equally a part of its vibrant present and a living legend of its storied past. The downtown showcase of the District‘s revitalized Pennsylvania Avenue, The Pavilion offers three levels of fun with a distinctly Capital F...

The Fashion Centre in DC houses more than 170 stores, including Macy‘s, The Children‘s Place, Nordstrom, Gymboree, J. Crew, Gap Kids, The Disney Store, and MAC cosmetics...








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