3 Stops to Make When In Washington Visiting with the Kids

It might be your first time in Washington DC but make sure you are not the only one having fun. If your kids are accompanying you to a Tour of DC or if you are a teacher with your young students, then make sure to take them places that will really interest them.

 

Traveling with kids also means that you have to pay a little closer attention to their safety. Washington is a big city and you must make sure to check out Washington DC Charter Buses for safe traveling.  For a large number of kids, be sure to rent a DC Coach Bus for safety, convenience and to save time. Let’s discover some kid friendly places in Washington that you should take note of:

 

1.    The National Museum Of Natural History:

Your first stop in one of your Washington DC Tour Buses should be the National Museum of Natural History. There isn’t a kid in this world that wouldn’t get lost and dreamy-eyed in this museum of natural history. Could there be anything more captivating than watching a tarantula feed? Or what about looking at the huge elephant display? Oh, and did we mention the hall of dinosaurs?

 

2.    Carrousel:

When all the fascination begins to overwhelm the kids, take them to ride a carousel in the mall because it is always provides a happy and a shriek-worthy experience.

 

3.    National Postal Museum:

Not only is the postal museum full of colorful images of stamps, but it also allows the kids to create their own stamp, write a postcard and mail it, ride in a stagecoach and also have a chance to sit in the postal truck’s cab. The kids will have such a wonderful time here that it would be hard to get them back on a DC Tour Bus for the next stop.

 

If your are planning a trip to Washington DC in the near future, then make sure to book a DC Coach Bus in advance or rent one of the Tour Bus Rental in DC to ensure a safe, fun and comfortable traveling experience.

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