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Quirky Museums Make Headlines

Sometimes museums toe the line between outrageous, cultural phenomena and whatever will make Insta-worthy posts. Whether you decide to put these on your must-do list or are just stopping by, these museums are sure to be a highlight. Sure, Iceland has its Vikings and its puffins … but it also has the Icelandic Phallological Museum, […]

Extending the Mother’s Day Spirit With a “Just for Women” Journey

The question of what kind of gift to present Mom on Mother’s Day should be less about, “What do you get the woman who has everything?” and more about, “What can I/we give that will speak to her soul?” A bespoke trip may not only be the right choice, but also one that prolongs the […]

Expose the Family to Art at The Broad

When Eli Broad and his wife Edythe began amassing their personal art collection their dream was to one day create a place where it could all be accessible to everyone. When their namesake museum, The Broad, opened in 2015 in Downtown Los Angeles, their dream came to fruition. Today the museum, housed in a $140 […]

Wildlife and City Nights: Family-Friendly Cities in Australia

Families venturing all the way Down Under should know a thing or two about the area they’re visiting. While the whole rugged, wild and adventurous landscape of Australia offers Outback vibes and all things natural, there are more cityscapes and metropolitan destinations than meet the eye. While you can still see wallabies and ride through […]

Visiting Manchester with the Family

Over in Northwest England, rich with industrial history and die-hard football (or soccer for us Americans) fans, Manchester is a city bursting with diverse attractions. The old-world architecture, Salford Quays dockyards and red-brick buildings may be leftover from a time gone-by, but are now alive with new appeal as shops, restaurants and boutique hotels. While […]

Hotels Offer Chance to Follow Footsteps of Famous Painters

Sure, everyone’s heard of a gallery hotel, where fine works of art hang on every wall. But what about hotels re-creating famous works of art, where you can step into the world of your favorite painters and sculptors? Walk in the footsteps of Claude Monet in Plymouth, Massachusetts, at Mirbeau, where the gardens and ponds […]