From kids who can swim to animals that can walk, here’s how you can bring the adventure to your own family.
The Adventure Science Center of Washington, D.C. has been providing free and affordable outdoor adventures since 2001.
It was founded by parents Stephanie and John Smith after a trip to Disneyland, a trip that took them on a 10-day cruise.
Their kids loved the adventure, and they enjoyed the opportunity to explore the parks.
But as their children grew older, the Smiths realized that there were other children’s activities available that could also be fun.
Their next trip was to the zoo, which was the perfect time to get involved.
So they bought a new water park and opened a Discovery Center in the park.
For two decades, the Science Center has offered the outdoor adventures of all ages to children, while also providing a family-friendly environment for children to enjoy.
“Our goal is to provide an environment that children will want to come back to again and again, because they can experience the things that they love in life,” said Stephanie Smith, who has two young children and a 10 year-old.
“That’s really what our kids are so excited about.
They’re always talking about it.
They love it.
And we want to make sure that we’re creating a world that is as rewarding and fun as possible for their kids to enjoy.”
So what can you do?
The Science Center provides three different kinds of outdoor adventures, including: water slides, zip lines, and a giant inflatable boat ride.
Each is free, and children under 3 can even go on a mini roller coaster for free.
The Discovery Center offers two activities: a fun-filled adventure, like a 3-D-printed balloon ride, and an activity that has to be done in real life.
The Discovery Center also has an interactive classroom, which can be used for kids ages 5-11.
The kids can even take part in an interactive game with a board game.
“We like to have a variety of different activities,” Stephanie Smith said.
“It’s just really fun to have these three activities.
There are activities that are really good for a 3 or 4-year-old to do.”
You can also take part at your own child’s school, or you can opt to take your kids to a local park to take part.
You can also have your kids stay overnight at the Science Hub, which is free and open to the public.
“You can take your children to an amusement park or you’re welcome to come to our Discovery Center for a few hours and do some activities,” said Julie Mather, the director of Discovery Center operations.
“We’re just excited to get kids out there and have them come out and explore.”
The Discovery Science Center also offers activities like a kids’ game room where kids can play in a variety or a sandbox, which allows kids to play in whatever is appropriate for their age.
“If they have a lot of energy, it’s good to have them out there.
If they’re just going to be sitting there, they should be outside.
That’s what we like to do,” Mather said.