Think New York City’s Financial District is too serious and not enough fun for a family visit? Think again. This low-key New York neighborhood can be ideal for some families seeking fewer crowds. While the Financial District is still close to many favorite attractions, its more residential feel means you won’t have to pull any struggling toddlers through the crowds around Times Square and Rockefeller Center just to get to your hotel.
By Hainan Airlines
If you’re traveling to New York City with the family and have a little extra leisure time in your itinerary, why not plan a picnic in Central Park? It’s the perfect opportunity to have a little downtime in a park that can easily keep you running, running, running to see the next big thing it offers. Plus, it’s a great way to experience the city like a local; you certainly won’t be alone in spreading out a blanket on one of the many grassy lawns anytime the weather is nice and enjoying a meal and some fun.
In the travel world, you hear a lot about how millennials and Gen Z impact travel, but you rarely hear about the smallest generation — Generation Alpha. Born after 2010, this generation is considered digitally native and expected to be the longest-living and wealthiest generation yet. They’re often the children of millennials and the generation includes all those born through 2025, at which point their numbers are expected to reach 2 billion.
Adams County, Pennsylvania, is probably known best for its main destination: Gettysburg. But there’s so much more to see in this central Pennsylvania county beyond the battlefield, especially for traveling families.