Top Things to do in Annapolis with kids this week: December 6, 2015

Dec 6, 2015 | Top Things to do in Annapolis with Kids

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Find Family Fun at Pirate Adventures

Set sail in search of fun with us and experience a Pirate Adventure with your family aboard the pirate ship Sea Gypsy in the Annapolis Harbor.

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Annapolis with kids this Week: December 6, 2015

If you are in Annapolis with kids Pirate Adventures on the Chesapeake can help you plan the best week with kids in Annapolis.  Check out our recommendations each week as we suggest the top 5 things you should do with your kids in the Annapolis area.

Top 5 Things to do with the kids this week: December 6th, 2015

Holiday events for the kids continue in Annapolis this week and with relatively warm temps for December and abundant sunshine we have included plenty of outdoor activities.

  1. Pirate Playground BroadneckFind a new playground

    It won’t be long before we’re all stuck inside with the kids – searching for indoor playgrounds in Annapolis where we can expend some of that pent up energy. Embrace the wealth of unique playgrounds in Annapolis and let the kids slide and swing outside. Our current favorite playground in Annapolis is the Greene Street Playground. This time of year you can walk buy valtrex in australia over to Annapolis Ice Cream for Hot Chocolate. For playground ideas check out this Yelp List of the Best 10 Playgrounds in Annapolis. If you are feeling adventurous and your kids love pirates check out our list of Pirate Playgrounds in MD, DC, and VA

  2. winter hike at greenbury pointTake a winter hike at Greenbury Point

    Greenbury Point is a great place to take in views of the Bay. This week you’ll get a glimpse of the bay in winter stillness. Glassy water spreads all the way to Kent Island and the Bay bridge at Greenbury Point. Explore the small Nature center which is open on Thursdays from 1pm-3pm. The walking trail is often closed due the Naval Academy rifle range so be sure to check Twitter @NSAAnnapolis before you go.

  3. See the lights in Downtown Annapolis

    Grab some hot chocolate from Annapolis Ice Cream Company and take a pre-dinner stroll through Downtown Annapolis just as it gets dark. Check out the magical holiday lights at St. Anne’s Church, Maryland Ave., and the State House Grounds.

  4. IcenationalharborRoad Trip: ICE! Featuring Santa Claus is coming to town at National Harbor

    Full disclosure we have never done ICE! at National Harbor but it looks like a pretty incredible event. ICE! Features an ice slide and Santa’s village made up entirely of ice. It seems to get mixed reviews, mostly because of the steep price of admission. If you go leave a comment and let us know if it is as good as it sounds for the kids.

  5. Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade Annapolis with kidsThe Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade 2015

    Our favorite, not to be missed event in Annapolis with kids! The Eastport Yacht Club Lights parade will take place this

    year on Saturday, December 12th. Most of Ego Alley will be closed this year for construction so the best place to watch

    h will be on the Eastport Drawbridge or on the Naval Academy Seawall. The crew at Pirate Adventures often participates in the parade with Sea Gypsy, we won’t be there this year but look for us in 2016!