Ages 3-7.This musical play with a great big heart brings the whole audience into the family with singing, fingerplay, and call-and-response.
Ages 5-10.Join us in our annual celebration of seasonal holidays from around the world.
Ages 3-7.Join us for an exclusive screening of the Daytime Emmy Award-winning animated film The Snowy Day, based on Ezra Jack Keats' 1962 classic story.
Ages 3-7.Learn and play with wacky Professor Wingnut and Seymour the Seagull as they ignite an excitement for aeronautics and the joy of flight.
Ages 3-7.Mom’s birthday is coming up and Marcee is planning a very special party with her favorite foods—fruits and vegetables.
Ages 6-10.In this special participatory concert of music old and new, acclaimed local singer-songwriter LEA shares the joy, warmth, and power of Civil-Rights era songs.
Ages 6-11.This Discovery Theater original play infused with archival music of the Civil Rights era celebrates three young people who helped change the nation by their heroic actions.
Ages 7-12.Everyone gets to talk to the president (who’s in the process of writing the Emancipation Proclamation) in this interactive play about identity, equality, and following big dreams.
Ages 2-6.Through all the bang-up interactive enjoyment, kids also learn why percussion is the easiest, oldest, and most diverse form of musical creativity.
Ages 6-12.This musical play chronicles the struggles and triumphs of pioneering African American baseball players.
Ages 2-6.The Not-Its! rock kids and families with their up-tempo albums and performances that give children their first "rock show" experience.
Ages 6-11.The Science Guys of Baltimore bring us a hands-on presentation about the exciting principles of chemistry and color.
Ages 3-7.Letters, numbers, and sing-along songs make this super sports saga extra special.
Ages 5-10.The magic of earth science takes center stage in this fun, interactive Discovery Theater original play.
Ages 10 and up.Emanuel Ringelblum shares the stories of vanished lives eloquently told in the words of the people who lived them.
Ages 2-6.Take a new look at our beautiful world through the kaleidoscope of Emmy Award-winning children's arts educator Alex Mitnick.
Ages 5-10.Follow a horticulturist from Smithsonian Gardens through the paths of the beautiful Haupt Garden to discover habitat stations and learn how plants and animals live together and support each other.
Ages 3-7.Gather round the iconic tree of life for traditional, songs, stories, and dances from “Iya” Bashea Imana and her talented troupe of Kuumba Kids.
Ages 3-7.It’s field-trip day and Jojo can’t wait to get to the zoo!
Ages 4-8.Get ready to explore the world under your feet in this underground puppet adventure.