Learn about the wild animals of the past and present at the National Museum of Natural History with kid-friendly exhibits like “Dinosaurs in Our Backyard” and “Butterflies + Plants.” Then, check out the Q?rius space at the museum. Pronounced curious, this is a first-of-its-kind interactive learning area that brings the assets of the museum to life. Visitors are invited to interact with and contribute to the learning lab.
Escape to Neverland at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts when you catch the musical play Peter and the Starcatcher*. This adventurous prequel to Peter Pan answers the age old question: How did Peter Pan become the boy who never grew up?
Let yourself run wild at the Hotel Palomar, just a short block from Dupont Circle. Little ones will get cozy in pint-size animal print robes, a Kimpton Hotel signature.
Adjacent to the hotel, feed your family’s roaring appetite with brunch at the highly-acclaimed restaurant, Urbana Restaurant & Wine Bar, which also features special kid’s menus.
*Note: Peter and the Starcatcher is most suitable for children ages 10 and up.