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Friday November 21, 2014

Who are the people in your neighborhood? Cultural and historic neighborhoods are great places to visit with kids and we’ve got great suggestions on where to go! 

Unique and Interesting Neighborhoods

Boston | Los Angeles, CA | New Haven, CT | New York City | North Carolina Mountains and Piedmont | Philadelphia | San Francisco | Texas | Toronto

…scroll down to find more interesting neighborhoods near you


Tell us your favorite neighborhoods and write a review today!

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Our favorite reviews for this week

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  • District of Columbia: 

    National Portrait Gallery

    BAT
    says, “We didn’t visit every gallery or every piece of artwork but rather chose what was of interest to us. We enjoyed the Champions exhibt on the third floor displaying some of the countries best athlet…

  • Washington: 

    Seattle Marriott Waterfront

    harebearmommy
    says, “This Marriott is located across the street from the Puget Sound in the waterfront area of town. The area is frequented by many tourists due to the numerous shops and restaurants in the area. Make s…

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When you want your kids to learn culture and history – do you go to museums or neighborhoods?“ – mcfam

What’s been a good way for your family to learn history and culture? Do you visit neighborhoods with interesting places to eat? Or do you prefer going to a museum?

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General Travel

8 Things to do under $5 with Toddlers in Washington, but“ – Dee Barton

Me and my Grandsons,2&4, will be on a 5 hr layover in Washington, DC, on Friday, and under strong recommendation to see the museum, what would be the least expensive way to get to the Museum, or is…

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