Best Things To Do in Washington DC in September with Kids: Museum Reopenings, Gardens, and Festivals
We're scouring the DC metro area for family-friendly events, and our Washington DC Events calendar is starting to flex its live-and-in-person muscles again.
Museums are starting to reopen, and you can visit The National Gallery of Art, The Hirschhorn Sculpture Garden, The Spy Museum, Tudor Place Gardens, and The National Museum of Women in the Arts. You can even immerse yourself in cherry blossoms (Pretend it's spring!) at Artechouse.
In NOVA, monarch butterflies should be thinking about winging their way south, and the Long Branch and Gulf Branch nature centers have some fun programs planned this month to share with little ones. If your progeny prefer slithering reptiles, Burke Lake Park is hosting some snake-themed workshops that might hit the spot.
Plus, there's still time to hit the beaches, zoom out of town for a little day trip, and maybe shake up the routine with a drive-in movie. Find all the best things to do in DC this weekend, week, and the rest of the month.