6 Amazing Things to Do With Your Child in Virginia in May

You’ve been awarded visitation time, but you’re stumped on how to spend it. This month, make the most of this opportunity by enjoying one of these Virginia activities with your child:

  1. Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival

For ninety years, Winchester’s Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has ushered in spring. The ten-day event offers numerous activities for families, including the Apple Blossom Carnival. The festival also hosts several music events, including concert band and jazz ensemble competitions.

  1. Twilight Tattoo

Watch history come to life at a Twilight Tattoo showcase at the Summerall Field of the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Fort Myer. Events begin on May 3rd and continue every Wednesday at 7 p.m through August 9th. Come early for the pre-show pageantry at 6:30 p.m.

  1. Virginia Canopy Tours

The weather is gorgeous in May, so why not enjoy it in the great outdoors? The Virginia Canopy Tours in Bentonville give you and your kids the opportunity to do just that. The destination’s canopy tour experience includes ground school, eight zip lines, a sky bridge, and much more. This is a nice option for older children who are tough to impress.

  1. Encore Stage & Studio

Observe the finest young talent in Virginia at Encore Stage & Studio in Arlington, which boasts plays made by and for kids. In early May, the theater will put on a rousing production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

  1. Launching Pad Trampoline Park & Family Fun Center

Work out that extra energy at the Launching Pad Trampoline Park in Salem. The 30,000 square foot entertainment center offers fun for all ages. Hang out in the main trampoline park or hit up the airbag foam pit, the basketball lanes, or the free fall experience at the launch tower. Launching Pad also has a large arcade and bumper cars.

  1. Crewe Railroad Museum

Crewe is the perfect place to spend a relaxed day with young children who are fascinated by trains. Climb aboard a steam engine, a diesel engine, and a caboose at the Crewe Railroad Museum. The charming museum also has a roundhouse display and a model train layout.

Have an amazing time with your child in Virginia, and leave the complications of parenting and custody agreements to the team at DiPietro Family Law. You’ll be glad to have a highly respected law firm on your side.

Related Posts
  • Steps to Prepare for a Child Custody Evaluation in Virginia Read More
  • Creating a Parenting Plan in VA Read More
  • Managing Divorce, Children & The Holidays: Helpful Tips Read More