10 Things To Do At National Harbor With The Family

10 Things To Do At National Harbor With The Family

Several new attractions and restaurants were added to the National Harbor footprint since I first visited the waterfront in 2008. At the time, I don’t think there were 5 things to do let alone 10 things to do at National Harbor with kids. We were limited to hanging out at the hotel, visiting the Peeps store, visiting the Awakening sculpture, eating and strolling the waterfront.

Things to Do at National Harbor

Today, it’s exciting to see that families visiting National Harbor have more options.  As development of the Harbor nears the end of its original six-year plan, the area offers more diversity for a family’s itinerary.

If you decide to visit with your family, here’s a list of some things to do at National Harbor that should keep everyone busy.

  1. Shopping: National Harbor has its fair share of boutique and major brand stores, over 40 retailers to be exact. You can find everything from wine to shoes to clothes to stuffed bears. And if that’s not enough, drive or shuttle over to Tanger Outlets with 85 more brand name stores.
  2. Outdoor Movies on The Potomac (Summer): From May 25th to September 28th, visitors can catch an outdoor movie right in front of the Potomac. On our way back home from our Gaylord staycation we noticed families and individuals gathering on the artificial turf with their blankets and snacks, preparing for the evening movie. Finding Nemo was due to start at 6pm, the run-time for all their family-friendly Sunday movies. 

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