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Accessible Family Adventure Travel

Adventure calls all travelers, and we mean all travelers. Whether someone in your family has cognitive or physical disabilities, chances are one of these intuitive and specially designed adventure programs can be of service. For families with members on the autistic spectrum, getting away from the crowds and hustle and bustle of high-tourist destinations during […]

LEGOLAND Beefs Up Accessibility

Since LEGOLAND’s Florida property opened in 2011, the theme park has been exceptionally accessible and accommodating for children with special needs, both physical and cognitive. Already with a range of offerings catering to kids and adults of all walks of life, LEGOLAND just announced an expansion of its efforts for families traveling with special needs. […]

Autism on the Seas

Head out on an incredible family cruise with the help of Autism on the Seas. In partnership with Royal Caribbean since 2007, the cruise vacation service seeks to accommodate adults, families and children living with special needs. Engage your family and friends with interactive adventures, sightseeing and even educational services provided on select ships. Mix […]

Ways to Work With Travel Anxiety

Travel anxiety can hinder anyone at any age and can seriously affect your trip — if you can even get yourself out the door. Sometimes it doesn’t matter the size of the group you’re traveling with, trip duration or even distance, struggling with anxiety and stress is all too common in our society. Beyond seeking […]

Morgan’s Wonderland

Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio, Texas, welcomes children and families of all accessibility levels. Inspired by his own daughter’s experiences with fellow swimmers in a hotel pool, Gordon and Maggie Hartman created the world’s first amusement park specifically designed for children with special needs. Hartman’s goal was to create an oasis for kids and families […]

Top 5 Family Attractions in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach provides an impressive lineup of family-friendly attractions for parents, kids and teens. The Boardwalk Extending from 40th Street to Rundee Inlet, the Virginia Beach Boardwalk is a great place to take the family. Kids and teens ride beach buggies or rent bikes and roller blades and hit the boardwalk’s separate bike path. Enjoy […]