Short-Term Childcare Center Set to Reopen Later This Summer in Tysons

Wishing Tree, which offers short-term childcare, is on a brief hiatus from its Tysons Corner Center spot.

Unlike traditional childcare centers, Wishing Tree offers short-term services for parents who need a few kid-free hours, with options ranging from after-school programs to a “Grocery Drop” for kid-free shopping.

Its website says that the location on the second floor of the mall near Lord and Taylor is “reopening in August 2019.” Writing in the windows indicate that the Tysons location has Legos, spinning top toys by Beyblades, crafts and board games for kids’ entertainment, along with a summer camp for ages 8-12.

The childcare center has another location in Ashburn, which offers care for ages 3-12.

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