Top things to do in Annapolis with kids this week: January 3, 2016

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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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Fun with the kids in Annapolis this week

The older kids head back to school this week and some kids attractions that you may have avoided last week will be less crowded this week.   The weather still looks good for some outside play, here’s hoping that trend continues!  At Pirate Adventures we have begun taking reservations for our 2016 season which will begin on April 9th, 2016.  Give us a call if you are ready to plan an adventure with the kids this spring and in the meantime check out our weekly recommendation for fun with the kids in Annapolis.

  1. Top 5 Things to do with kids this week: January 3rd, 2016

    BallocityBallocity and Rock Climbing Wall – Pip Moyer Recreation Center

    With the beginning of the week looking chilly we’ve started with some indoor family fun.  If you’ve got kids in Annapolis you’ll want to make this one of your staples.  Located on Taylor Avenue, the Pip Moyer Recreation Center offers a rock climbing wall and an indoor playground with buy valtrex us tunnels, mazes a slide, and foam balls that can be shot from a cannons.  This is a great place for kids to expend some energy on a cold day.  The rock climbing wall spans 3 stories and is an exciting way to introduce your kids to rock climbing in our backyard.  The hours are somewhat limited for both so check the schedule on the PMRC website or even better give them a call at  before you go.

  2. Paint your own potteryClay Bakers – Paint your own pottery

    Take the kids downtown and grab some Starbucks coffee for the grown-ups and hot chocolate for the kids and wander over to Clay Bakers and paint your own coffee mug to use this winter.  Create your masterpiece and it will be fired and ready to pick up within seven days.

  3. A Year with Frog and Toad at Imagination StageRoad Trip: Imagination Stage

    Catch one of the final performances of a Year with Frog and Toad which runs through January 10th at Imagination Stage.  This Tony Award winning musical is best for kids ages 4 and above and is based on the acclaimed children’s books Adventures with Frog and Toad.  Tickets range from $12 – $30.

  4. Ice Rink at Quiet WatersIce Skating Quiet Waters Park

    With a warm up in store for the area towards the end of the week you’ll want to get the kids outside while you can.  Quiet Waters Park is open for Ice Skating every day except for Tuesday from 1pm-9pm.  They do have ice skating rentals available for $3.00 if you don’t have ice skates for little feet.

  5. Broadneck Park Pirate PlaygroundFind a New Playground: Pirate Playground Broadneck Park

    We may be partial to the pirate theme at Pirate Adventures but our kids love the new pirate themed playground at Broadneck Park.  The playground looks like a pirate ship complete with a bell to ring and a captains ships wheel.  There is plenty of room to play and the weather looks warm enough on Thursday and Friday to enjoy an afternoon outside – aren’t we lucky?  If your kids love pirates we have posted a round-up of pirate playgrounds in our area, they are all well worth the trip.