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The 2011 D.C.-Area Guide to Surviving Summer with Kids: Over 100 Inexpensive, Family-Friendly Day Trips, Attractions, and Festivals Skylar Burris

The 2011 D.C.-Area Guide to Surviving Summer with Kids: Over 100 Inexpensive, Family-Friendly Day Trips, Attractions, and Festivals

Skylar Burris

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Want to know where you can play unlimited miniature golf for under $5? Feel like going to a water park, but don’t want to pay more than $40 for your entire family? Looking for places to spend a fun hour or two (or even a day) with the kids, butMoreWant to know where you can play unlimited miniature golf for under $5? Feel like going to a water park, but don’t want to pay more than $40 for your entire family? Looking for places to spend a fun hour or two (or even a day) with the kids, but without spending any money? Discover all that and more in this guide to free and low-cost attractions, destinations, and festivals. This handy guide to surviving summer with children (without breaking the bank) contains well over 100 family-friendly, inexpensive day trip destinations and attractions in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., from beach parks and botanic gardens to museums and water parks. It’s also a great day trip guide for out-of-towners planning to vacation in the D.C. metro area. Finally, it will prove a useful source for field trip ideas for homeschooling parents.