Looking for a great place to take the family on vacation? Leave the mouse in the south and instead head to Philadelphia for a family vacation that’s packed with fun and excitement and little tidbits of information everywhere you turn.
Known as the mile high city, Denver is an exciting place to live and visit. Officially situated at 5,280 feet or one mile above sea level, Denver has everything a big city has to offer yet there is a wonderful sense of community and eco-consciousness throughout the region.
Ft. Lauderdale is known as “America’s Venice” because of the number of canals it has. There are water taxis that make it fun for the whole family to go on aquatic tours. It also has the deepest port, Port Everglades, in Florida making it a major boating industry hub.
Baltimore, Maryland, just north of Washington DC along the Chesapeake Bay, is filled with interesting and historic sites for visitors of all ages. Below are just a few of the “must-sees” in the “Charm City”:
If you ever get the chance to visit Boston, Massachusetts, you’ll be delighted by the historic charm and modern flourish embodied in one of America’s favorite cities. Here are five things to do during your visit that will give you a sense of the city and let you have some fun at the same time:
Philadelphia is a city that is just steeped in American history, known as being the home to the country’s First and Second Continental Congresses and the ground on which the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed and introduced. So its no doubt that the city is chock full of sites rich with […]
This “Mile High City” has 300 days of sunshine. That’s more good weather than Miami or San Diego. And how’s this for fun, Denver has spent $8 billion on new attractions in the last decade including three sports stadiums, a world class aquarium, a downtown amusement park, an opera house, three art museums and doubling […]
Montreal draws visitors from around the globe through all four seasons. This family friendly capital of Quebec has more to offer than you could enjoy in one trip. That’s why so many people make an annual visit. Whether you are here in the winter enjoying the Snow Festival or during the summer for Montreal’s International […]
Sure, Orlando’s major theme parks are fun, but when in Central Florida, make sure to allow time to visit some of the lesser-known attractions in the area, such as . This 110-acre wildlife preserve is located midway between Orlando and Kissimmee and features thousands of alligators and crocodiles as well as other animal and plant […]
If you hear the word “hog” and don’t automatically think of a farm and squealing pigs, then you’re probably long overdue for a trip to hog heaven. The Harley-Davidson headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has been home to the hearts of millions of motorcycle enthusiasts for decades but a new home will open this year.
You won’t be lacking for things to do when you plan to spend a day (or more) at Universal City Walk in Orlando, Florida. This entertainment complex is filled with everything from souvenir shopping to well-known performances by theater stars like Blue Man Group. In the midst of all of this busy activity, you are […]
Tucked into the base of the Great Smokey Mountains is Ghost Town in the Sky, one of North Carolina’s most popular tourist attractions.