Cheryl Eugenio is one of Trekaroo's Travel Experts. When she’s not busy running after her two young boys and girl, blogging at O the Places We Go, and planning their family’s next adventure, she’s enjoying the suburbanite life in her wee ‘lil suburb outside of Chicago.
From the largest children’s museum in the world to an impressive art scene, there’s plenty of kid-friendly fun to be found in Indianapolis. Read on for our top 10 things for families to do in Indianapolis, plus places to dine, stay, and day trip!
If you are one of those families that cannot wait until the holidays, then you’ll be happy to know there are places to experience Christmas in the dog days of summer. Here are a few places to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year…in JULY!
Michigan borders four of the five Great Lakes providing the longest freshwater coastline in the nation, and boasts over 11,000 inland lakes which means that anywhere you go in Michigan, you are never more than six miles away from a body of water.
The Brew city offers more than just brews, including a plethora of indoor museums, kid-friendly restaurants, and the perfect home away from home. Visiting Milwaukee with kids for a winter getaway couldn’t have been more suited for our family.
Whether you are a nature-loving, adventure-seeking, sports-craving, superhero- worshiping, or an animal-loving type of family, Illinois offers a plethora of activities that will satisfy anyone’s needs. Here’s our list of the top ten things your family will love to do in Illinois.
Not only did we learn that Cleveland is super family-friendly, but we also discovered that Cleveland is full of amazingly friendly people, and also perfect for those families on a budget. From Aquariums to Zoos to the Rock and Roll Museum, Cleveland did rock.
With numerous accolades including TripAdvisor’s Best Destinations For Families, MSNBC’s 5 Great Summer Getaways in 2011, and Trekaroo’s own Top 10 Wisconsin Attractions, we definitely knew Wisconsin Dells was family friendly.