Both of our girls loved their trip to DC. They enjoyed experiencing firsthand many of the places they have seen in films and TV or learned about in school.

They loved the extra fun things we did like bike riding, ice skating, and holiday shopping.

If you’re looking for a three-day itinerary for Washington DC that will please your kids, as well as mom and dad of course, then you will enjoy this Washington DC trip I’ve highlighted below.

Sunday Afternoon in Georgetown

Georgetown is regarded as the oldest neighborhood in Washington DC and is filled with colorful row homes, cobblestone streets, good shopping, and delicious cupcakes.

Lunch at Thunder Burger & Bar

Sunday brunch was still happening when we arrived rather late at 2pm at the Thunder Burger & Bar on Main Street. That suited us as we were all famished after a food-less drive.

Wander the Georgetown streets

We happily followed the girls into big-name stores like Urban Outfitters and Glossier, but also independent stores like the cute Bridge Street Books.

Sample Cupcakes at Baked & Wired

Baked & Wired is a family bakery making small-batch baked goods and delicious craft coffee. Lining the counter is a wide variety of cupcakes with flavors like flapjack, the great pumpkin, dirty chai, and red velvet.

Visit the Old Stone House

This pre-revolutionary colonial building is quite small with not a lot to see. You can visit the lower floor of the building which has some exhibits in what was once the kitchen.

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