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End of Summer Fun for Families

Summer is coming to an end, but the fun isn’t over just yet!

End of Summer Fun for Families
Looking for some new ideas to add to your family’s end-of-summer plans? Check out our easy and fun ideas below! 

  1. Enjoy the Summer Sun Out A New Trail or Playground that @BaltimoreFamilyFun Recommends! 

Local mom & blogger, Rachel Zillig (@baltimorefamilyfun), has created an exclusive blog for Port Discovery fans of play that will help with planning new outdoor adventures! 

Make plans to visit Double Rock Park, Fort Howard Park, Lake Roland - and more of Rachels favorite spots to visit with her family and kids. No jokes on the parent-approved!


  1. Plan a Visit to Port Discovery!

Explore the Museum before limited back-to-school hours begin in September! Get that back-to-school shopping done early so you can fully enjoy the last few weeks of summer - complete with a day trip to Port Discovery Children’s Museum! You’ll also be able to explore Animationland locally sponsored by M&T Bank, an immersive and colorful exhibit that allows imaginations to run wild with hands-on animation activities for kiddos! 

Check out other exclusive happenings, special offers and more!

  1. Plan a Day of Play & Summer Fun at Home with Family & Friends! 

Enjoy the last few school-free weeks of summer by getting together with those you’re closest to! Grandparents, neighbors, classmates turned best friends - there are lots of options of who to invite for your staycation full of play! 

Make plans with your favorite family activities - water balloon tosses, chalk drawing on the driveway, games that get everyone up and moving, whatever you and your family enjoy the most! Enjoy the free time together because in a few short weeks lives will be full of alarms, bedtime routines, and lunch packing time! 

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