Temperatures have fallen in the Toronto area, the days are shorter, and there’s a pervasive feeling that autumn is over and winter will be arriving shortly. Along with the nip in the air, there’s also a festive feeling as holiday displays appear in shop windows and the malls fill with the sound of carols. There […]
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Get up close with insects, butterflies, and snakes at any of these spots and have a creepy, crawly, good time!
History was my favorite subject in school so I have tried to nurture an appreciation for the past in my kids as well. I believe the best way to instill a love of history in my kids is to take them to interesting historical sites where visitors immerse themselves in the past. Fortunately, there are […]
Ever wanted to sleep with a dinosaur, on a great ship, or with the zoo animals? Families can sleep with the fishes at these unusual sleepover locales.
Here are some KOA camping meals and tips to keep the family happy campers. I opted for some foil packet meals, steak, cupcakes and of course s’mores.
A festival is like a big party all centered on a unique theme. And what kid doesn’t love a party? We’ve found fairs, festivals, parties, and parades that families will love.
As the largest city in Canada and one of North America’s major urban areas (5.5 million people live in the GTA), Toronto is teeming with family-friendly activities and attractions. The city offers something for everyone and every interest – museums and galleries, historical sites, professional sporting events, numerous shopping districts, and a world-class theatre and […]
Eager to make a difference to a great cause AND still enjoy traveling? Donate to Passports with Purpose to help them build three primary schools and fund literacy programs in the Sikasso region of Mali, Africa.
Shh… I want to share with you one of my best travel secrets: When I head to a new city, I rely on a family-owned business out of Victor, Idaho. Their website gives me insight on which attractions to visit and how to do it for less. Ok, I’ll admit that 11 million other people […]