Kids are back to school, which signifies the change of seasons is near. Get ahead of the game by planning your fall weekend getaway with the family around the Houston, Texas, area.
With a myriad of activities, attractions and shows, Dewberry Farm Fall Festival will have the entire family immersed in the autumn spirit. Visit animals at the barnyard, see the grounds on the Dewville Express, race around on pedal carts, watch pigs race to the finish line, test your strength with a game of tug of war, and pick the perfect pumpkin at the patch.
Stroll down Kemah Boardwalk for an entire month of spooky fun. Oct. 2, sample craft beer and listen to live music. Dress up like a witch Oct. 16 for Witched Night Ou,t featuring dancing, a costume contest, discounted shopping and live entertainment. Celebrate the Day of the Dead Oct. 30 with mariachi bands, sugar skulls, crafts and a Selena tribute band.
For $35 per vehicle, drive through a 1.5-mile haunted house. Fun for all ages, see various displays with live actors and animatronics sure to give your car a good scare. Vehicles venture through the trail with headlights turned off, windows rolled down and the radio set to a spooky station to set the mood. Purchase tickets in advance to guarantee a spot and reduce wait times.
When traveling with kids, a lot of factors come into play to ensure happiness and interest. The Family Vacation Guide researched Tripadvisor’s traveler reviews to determine the Top 100 Cities in the United States. Consider these cities when deciding where to vacation. From kid-friendly places to eat, hotels, attractions, ease of navigation and access to options, here are the top 10-ranked cities for kids according to real, family travelers’ reviews.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills makes staying in a suite even sweeter! Guests who book one of the hotel’s elegant suites are offered complimentary use of a luxury BMW for the length of their stay. While Beverly Hills has so much to offer, having a car gives you the freedom to see even more of Southern California, whether it is driving up the Pacific Coast Highway to Malibu, or continuing on, past Santa Barbara, to Santa Ynez wine country.
Disney Parks around the world shut down for months due to the global pandemic. Since then, most parks reopened, but with restrictions like limited capacity, no Fast Passes and more. Guests hoped they would bring back the beloved Fast Pass, allowing guests to skip long lines and head straight to the ride.
The St. Regis Punta Mita encourages guests to take a break from devices with the Disconnect to Reconnect experience. The offer promotes a digital detox, focusing instead on physical and mental wellness.
Before Disney Parks around the world shut down due to the global pandemic, guests were allowed to purchase and enter the parks with an Annual Pass. This ticket let visitors enter the parks multiple times a year, get discounts on food and merchandise, and more. Since reopening, Disney dropped the Annual Pass due to lower capacity and the reservation system. Recently, Disneyland Resort announced a new pass system for frequent visitors: the Magic Key Holder. There are a couple different levels for the passes, so make sure you do your research before purchasing.
Eastern State Penitentiary announced Halloween Nights, a new iteration of its Halloween celebration for 2021. From the creators of its Terror Behind the Walls, Halloween Nights at Eastern State Penitentiary transforms abandoned cellblocks and courtyards into newly designed immersive environments, featuring large-scale video projections and other special effects. Sections of the complex will be open to the public for the first time ever.