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5 Museums To Explore in the DC Area This Fall

Fall is coming, and with it, leaves, school, and fall weather. Fortunately for you, the fun doesn’t have to stop just because you’ll be spending more time indoors. DC and its surroundings have tons of cool things for kids to do—starting with exploring all the museums the area has to offer. Check out these 5 museums on KidPass—there’s something here for everyone!

Fiat Luxe Tours
National Mall / National Museum of Natural History / all ages

Fiat Luxe Tours provide one-of-a-kind experiences for all this city has to offer. Choose from the competitive scavenger hunts to the fun and educational museum tours,. There’s something here for every family!

International Spy Museum
Washington, DC / 7 – 11 years old

Adopt your alias and explore your inner spy at the only spy museum of its kind, located in the heart of DC. Kids can examine more than 200 spy gadgets, bugs, cameras, vehicles, and technologies while learning the stories behind the spy-craft. Tons of fun for kids age 7 and up.

Kid Museum
Bethesda/Chevy Chase / 4 – 13 years old

KID Museum is a new kind of museum serving children and families in the Washington, DC area. KID offers unique, maker experiences for elementary and middle school-aged children that integrate hands-on science, technology, engineering, art, and math learning with an exploration of world cultures and global citizenship.

National Museum of American History
Washington DC / all ages

Urban Adventures is about a new style of touring; one that targets visitors who want to experience cities as locals do and locals who want to have a new experience in the city they love. During every tour they encourage guests to meet locals and experience what makes them tick.

Washington, DC / 7 – 17 years old

At the Newseum, children will learn about the importance of a free press, the First Amendment, and its five freedoms: religion, speech, press, assembly and petition. Visitors to the Newseum enjoy seven levels of interactive exhibits, powerful artifacts, magnificent views of the U.S. Capitol, theaters, and much more.

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