Best Museums for Kids in Toronto

Visit these Canadian gems the next time you’re in Toronto, for an experience the whole family will enjoy! Bata Shoe Museum Whether you have a sneaker-obsessed fashion fan or the next Carrie Bradshaw on your hands, the Bata Shoe Museum caters to every taste. With 4,500 years of shoe history behind its doors, there’s so […]

Bucket List Trips to the Arctic

Almost everything you want to get out of an Arctic adventure you can find in Churchill, Canada. As the polar bear capital of the world, the northern territory boasts incredible wildlife, natural beauty across the vast landscape, incomparable views of the Northern Lights and epic adventure excursions. Tundra Lodge Adventure Support sustainable tourism in an […]

Quebec Winter Carnival: A Wonderland for Kids

The Quebecois know how to throw a party, and they get plenty of practice. Every winter they welcome the world to a two-week block party that engulfs the entire city in a joyous celebration of all thing snow and ice. In 2018, Carnaval de Quebec runs Jan. 26–Feb. 11. Carnaval is for all ages, but […]

Toronto in January

Canadian winters can be brutal, typically seeing sub-zero temperatures and high-wind chills. Cold weather aside, Toronto in January can be the ultimate time to visit for snow lovers and for cold-weather fun for the whole family. After the holidays die down with some time left on winter break and away from work, bundle up the […]

In the “Market” for Christmas Cheer

While Christmas markets stock plenty of wonderful souvenirs to be purchased and enjoyed in future seasons, the markets are also places to attain and take home more meaningful memories. Germany and Switzerland are home to some of the best-known Christmas markets internationally. The Christkindlesmarkt in Nuremberg, Germany, stands as the benchmark for yuletide fairs internationally, […]

Tips for Exploring New Brunswick, Canada’s Kid-Friendly Province

We’ve been vacationing in New Brunswick, a Canadian province just north of Maine, since our kids were toddlers and have never run out of things to do. Every trip is always off to a good start: Just after crossing the border from Calais, Maine, ahead of us stands the big brick building housing Ganong Chocolates. […]