Whether you want to take a family trip to London or enjoy some tea with your favorite princesses, your kids will love going to one of these family-friendly events this weekend.
Friday, 7 p.m.
Take a quick trip to London from the comfort of your couch. Enjoy a virtual tour of the homes of the royals, including Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and the summer residence in Scotland. Learn about the 300 year-plus history of the different residencies through pictures, stories and other media. // $22
Friday-Sunday, times vary
Step into the world of Arendelle for a special team time. Join Anna and Elsa for an afternoon of tea, snacks and singing. Reservations are required. // The Tea Cart: 16 W. Main St., Berryville; $28-$43
Saturday, 10-10:30 a.m.
Keep your little ones entertained this weeked with a virtual trip to the museum. Spend the morning making your own bird feeder and learning how people used to say warm without power. Participants can arrange to pick up pinecones from The Weems-Botts Museum once they have registered. // free
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Spies have always played a big role throughout American history. Learn about the men and women who shared the country’s secrets and the technology they used. Participants will receive a spy-themed craft to take home. // Ellanor C. Lawrence Park: 5040 Walney Road, Chantilly; $8
Saturday, 5-6:30 p.m.
Don’t throw off your groove at this fun drive-in movie. Pack the family in the car and head to the Alamo Drafthouse for a special viewing of this classic Disney film. // Alamo Drafthouse: 20575 Easthampton Plaza, Ashburn; $40
Sunday, 2-4 p.m.
Start building your fairy garden for the spring by starting with this class. Kids will be able to create their own fairy houses with clay and a variety of accessories. // The Clay and Metal Loft: 27 Fairfax St., Leesburg; $65
Through Feb. 28
If your kiddos are obsessed with the new Wonder Woman movie, head over to Alexandria. The city will be displaying the “Virginia is for Lovers” drum that was used in the latest movie in Old Town. Visitors can also learn about Landmark Mall, where the drum can be seen in the film. // 101 N. Union St., Alexandria; free
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