Family travelers will soon be able to dig real fossils from the era when dinosaurs roamed the New Jersey coastline. Opening in May, Jean and Ric Edelman Fossil Park and Museum stands above a former quarry filled with fossils from 66 million years ago, providing an irresistible attraction for families traveling in the mid-Atlantic states.
Before heading out to dig for their own fossil, families can learn about the Late Cretaceous period, when prehistoric creatures roamed the area. In the exhibits and at hands-on learning stations, learn how this world full of life came to a sudden end when a massive meteorite destroyed dinosaur life.
It’s not all about 66 million years ago: In the Hall of Extinction and Hope, visitors can consider climate change and how to take action against it. At Critter Cove, families can meet live lizards, fish and amphibians genetically related to Late Cretaceous creatures.
The Hall of Cretaceous Seas is a series of marine recreations, including the sea-dwelling mosasaur, a lizard unearthed just outside the museum. You can be sure this will further inspire kids to join paleontologists below and dig for their own fossils. Although they may not find another mosasaur, there’s a good chance of taking home a shell fossil or a few shark’s teeth.
Ever dreamed of being a mermaid? Well, your dreams could come true on your next family trip. With March 29 National Mermaid Day, these two resorts offer experiences for guests of all ages to enjoy.
Making travel plans can be exciting; did you know planning on how to spend time at the airport the right way can enrich the overall trip experience? As a transfer hub, traveling through Doha's Hamad International Airport is a unique experience, as waiting never feels like waiting at one of the best airports in the world.
Make Best Western your hotel of choice during spring family travels for a sweet reward. This spring, BWH Hotels offers members of its Best Western Rewards loyalty program the opportunity to earn a free night stay.
Known for its clear, vibrantly blue-green waters and varied and historic ports of call, the Adriatic is the new Mediterranean for cruise enthusiasts and family travelers. An Adriatic cruise is especially suited to multigen family trips, since it appeals to all ages with its beautiful beaches, water sports, rich marine life, historic cities, ancient archaeological sites, colorful cultures and varied cuisines. There is truly something for every traveler.
Filled with hidden treasures waiting to be discovered, Seoul invites travelers to unearth its many gems, and Seoul Tourism Organization is here to help travelers do just that. Through thoughtfully created initiatives like the Theme Tourism County Competition, Seoul Tourism Organization works closely with local districts to identify and showcase what makes each district unique and charming in all seasons.
Parents, it’s time to ditch family travel and embark on a romantic vacation at Solmar Hotels and Resorts in Los Cabos. Renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, pristine beaches and unparalleled hospitality, Los Cabos sets the stage for couples looking for a romantic escape away from the kids. At Solmar Hotels and Resorts, guests are invited to take advantage of the romantic accommodations, spa experiences, gastronomic delights and more.