Where to Celebrate National Cheesesteak Day

Celebrate National Cheesesteak Day, today, March 24, in the City of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia is synonymous with cheesesteaks and has a rich history with the meat-and-cheese-lovers sandwich to prove it. Take a bite into the city and a cheesesteak just in time for the citywide celebration. As legend has it, in 1930, South Philadelphia hot-dog […]

Top Spaces for Kids in Airports

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) Bring the kids to Paint Monkey, a do-it-yourself paint studio in Pittsburgh International Airport. The kid-centric space focuses on art and hands-on fun with pop-up family studios. Located in Concourse B, and brought to travelers by Airmall Pittsburgh’s POP-OPPs program, Paint Monkey transforms the airport space into an art center for […]

A Day at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

School-aged kids who think they don’t like museums will experience a change of heart at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, which just opened a $38.5 million, 7.5-acre indoor and outdoor sports facility March 17. The Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience was designed to promote family involvement in sports and fitness through 12 outdoor sports experiences […]

How to Navigate Museums with Toddlers

Museums and toddlers are rarely uttered in the same breath for a reason. Their little bodies and minds just can’t deal with the expectations of enduring adult-sized fun resembling forced quiet and endless tedium. But that doesn’t mean Mom and Dad have to forgo a much-anticipated trip to the museum because their toddler has all […]

Best Kid-Approved Snacks for Your Next Road Trip

Road trips are fun, but they can get messy, especially when you have one or more kids crammed into a tiny space for a long period of time. Don’t let your back seat become the war zone of forgotten, sticky, crumbly, melted, half-eaten, moldy road trip snacks. Try these kid-friendly options instead. Mini-Pancakes Frozen pancakes […]

The American Sign Museum

Looking for a fun museum to take the kids, somewhere out of the ordinary, where both parents and children can remain engaged? Cincinnati’s American Sign Museum checks all the boxes. The homage to American signage is on the small side, meaning short attention spans won’t have hours to complain of boredom, but the flashing lights, […]