There’s no shortage of things you can do with a toddler in Richmond but sometimes you find yourself doing the same thing over, and over, and over again.
We asked Richmondmom readers to tell us their favorite things to do with a toddlers in and around the Richmond, Virginia area and they came up with a ton of great stuff! Take a look at what Richmondmoms are doing and add your favorites in the comments below!!
“…visiting the airport, riding the escalator, talking to all the pilots (on rainy days)” –Kim
Chick-fil-a play areas
Disabled accessible playground at Huguenot park
Take a walk at Pony Pasture
Mary Mumford Playground
“Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens (gardens, sandbox and splash area), Maymont, playground at Crump Park (great for toddlers!), Mary Mumford’s playground (when school is not in session), Jumpology (in the morning there is a kids only time and parents are free), hiking at Pony Pasture” –Alison
Romp n’ Roll classes
Shows at Virginia Rep’s Children’s Theatre
Three Lakes Park & Nature Center
“On rainy days, my kids could spend a morning at pet smart and the dollar store!”
This may be surprising but shopping at Whole Foods Market | Short Pump! It’s easy for our little guy to use his walker all over the store which is a big bonus for us! – India
“We love forest hill park for kite flying and throwing rocks in the lake. Love the dollar movies in the summer too-obviously not at forest hill park. Love all the out door music options like Friday Cheers and folk festival.” -Christa
Feeding ducks at Sunday Park in Brandermill
Huguenot Park playground and walk around the woods
Fox Elementary School playground
Train tables at Barnes & Noble
What is your favorite thing to do in Richmond with a toddler?
Share in the comments below!
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