Experience DC’s museums, memorials, government icons, and outdoor treasures with our top 10 things for families to do in Washington DC.
As the fourth largest city in the United States, Houston is an economic and cultural powerhouse. A lot of adventure awaits families in this diverse city. Visiting Houston with kids is all about museums, sports, and the theater with a little fresh air thrown in for good measure. Take advantage of the Houston City Pass, […]
When there are one million and one activities, how is a family to decide? Where does one start? Here! Enjoy our Top 10 things for families to do in Orlando!
We’ve explored Alaska’s capitol city with kids, now lets journey to the big city (by Alaskan standards anyway) and find some family fun while still hanging out in the north! You might be thinking what is there to do in Anchorage? A lot! Celebrating the city’s centennial in 2015, the Alaskan metropolitan life has never been so […]
It’s no secret why Virginia’s state motto is “Virginia is for Lovers.” Simply put, whatever you love to do, you’ll find it in Virginia. If you’ve never been before, or are looking for assistance in creating a memorable vacation itinerary, here are our picks for the top ten things for families to do in Virginia.
I love California. I have been lucky enough to travel all over the country and experience some truly incredible parks, museums, and vistas, but my heart always leads me back to my home state and its incredible beauty, diversity and culture.
Ahhhh, San Diego. It is hard not to fall in love with this waterfront city known for its fabulous year-round weather, great beaches, and world-class animal attractions. Many families consider San Diego one of the best cities in the country for a family vacation and we tend to agree. Here are our picks for the […]
This list of the top 10 things to do in Los Angeles with kids will guide your family to many of these wonderful family-friendly places.
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March by teaching your kids about the Civil Rights Movement