Spring break is right around the corner for many Houstonians. Adults and kids are preparing for a few days to a full week of some down time to relax, clean, catch up on sleep, or have some much need fun around the city.
Many people will be and already are looking for spring break camps and activities that are family friendly and open to all ages. It’s not hard to find something fun and appropriate for everyone in the city. Houston is full of culture and adventure ready to be tapped in to. Here are some fun and family friendly things happening around Houston this spring break we recommend checking out!
Rollerskate at Discovery Green Park
Paint Party with The Whole Family
Our Westheimer, Midtown, Sugar Land, Spring Valley, Katy, Cypress, and Heights studios will be having all ages and kids classes available all month. Most of these classes cost only $25/person and parents have the option of staying or dropping off your child/children when the class is over (based on age, painters under 6 must be with an adult). Here are some of the all ages classes we will be offerings. Find classes and register here. PWAT provides all the supplies and clean up, and you can even bring the kids their own drinks and snacks to enjoy while painting,It’s also not to late to sign up for Painting with a Twist Pure Art Jr. after school arts program also available during spring break.
Join a Mommy & Me Spring Break Yoga Class
“Join Shaka Power Yoga & Health and Oily Blessings for a Mommy & Me Spring Break Getaway! We will be hosting 2 events this morning, one for the mommies and one for the kiddies: Kids Mini Camp – Lots of Yoga, play and crafts! Balance through Yoga and Oils. Participate in beginner flow then enjoy a presentation about oils after class. ” – view full event description here.
Visit The Children’s Museum of Houston
A staple in the Houston museum district, The Children’s Museum of Houston, on 1500 Binz St, Houston, TX 77004, is great for kids of all ages. There’s hand on interactive exhibits and activities on every floor, including Kidtropolis, The Tot Spot, Eco Station, Invention Convention, and so much more. The museum is free from 5pm – 8pm on Thursdays and they have extra museum activities specifically for spring break visitors. Learn more and plan a visit here.