Best Festivals to Travel For this Fall and Winter

Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver, Canada: Nov. 16–19 Introduce the kids to art early while adding a few edgy pieces to your growing collection at the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver, Canada. From Nov. 16–19, this four-day event brings more than 30,000 art collectors and visitors together to browse hundreds of artists’ designs. Celebrate local and […]

Everybody Loves a Parade: 5 to Watch For

You don’t have to wait until November to enjoy the fun and frivolity of floats, balloons and dancing in the streets. Although your kids watching Snoopy and Dora floating by on Broadway may be a Thanksgiving highlight (besides dessert, of course) there are plenty of other parades worth planning a day — or a vacation […]

Meaningful Destinations for Veterans Day

First established in 1919 as Armistice Day to celebrate the end of World War I, Nov. 11 was renamed Veterans Day in 1954 to include American veterans from all wars. Get the kids involved this year with fun activities, games and events in your neighborhood, or take time out of your busy schedule to give […]

Farm Trips Offer Grassroots Entertainment

Imagine the adventure of collecting eggs and then eating them for breakfast, or milking a cow and then drinking it with home-baked cookies. It’s what’s in store during a farm vacation, where kids put down the Nintendo Switch and give rustic, all-inclusive resorts like The Inn at East Farm in Mount Monadnock, N.H., two thumbs […]

Top Attractions for Families Around Boulder, Colo.

Boulder, Colo., is home to scenic hikes, iconic venues and rustic, natural beauty. In Boulder, there is something for everyone. Find an activity right for your family.  The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse This famous teahouse is one of a kind. Its prime location right near Boulder’s Central Park makes it a popular attraction for locals and […]

Five Places to Take Kids in Dresden Germany

Dresden dazzles with Rococo and Baroque splendor, as it did when it was the royal city of the Saxon kings. It’s easy now to see why it was known as The Jewel Box, but until the 1990s the city still lay in rubble from a World War II bombing. For older children, there is history […]