Tag: Sesame Place
While families get ready for the summer season, planning vacations and plotting weekend getaways, the city of Philadelphia is, too. Whether deep in the heart of the city, visiting a trendy neighborhood or just sticking along the outskirts, there are a few family-friendly and nearly summer-ready destinations in the Philadelphia area worth visiting this year.
Travel can be a stressful, tiring and frustrating experience. When traveling with children with autism, there is an entirely different set of needs than traveling with non-autistic children. Here are a few destinations great for travelers whose children have autism.
Despite the bitter cold, snowfall and confusing March weather, rest assured, spring is coming. With the longer days and inevitable warmer weather, families can a add a spring to their step knowing a break from the cold is on the way — that, and it’s prime time to plan for a family spring break vacation.
When you plan a fun vacation for the family, you will likely be pretty tempted to book a trip to Disney Land, World or other property and forget it. But, there are many excellent theme parks for young children that don’t involve the mouse; here are just a few.
This summer take your little ones on an adventure to remember at Sesame Place, located outside Philadelphia, Pa. Ideal for children on the autism spectrum, Sesame Place is proudly designated as the world’s first Certified Autism Center theme park.
There is some controversy in the theme park world whether or not Knotts Berry Farm was the nation's first theme park. But if you ask Holiday World in Santa Claus, Ind., they will totally tell you they were the first. It opened its doors hoping to delight kids looking for the big guy in the red suit and succeeded. Today, it still delights kids with roller coasters, wave pools and preschooler friendly thrills like Doggone Trail and Rudolph's Round up. It's all holidays, all the time.