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Destinations / North America
Jan 8, 2020

Experience Virginia With the Family in 2020

Virginia comes into 2020 swinging with one event after another. See why this state is for lovers, and then some, with this busy calendar of family fun and new attractions.

Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Card Launches BoldFamilyTravel.Chase.com

The Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Card recently launched BoldFamilyTravel.Chase.com, an interactive, online resource allowing families to plan future travel together. The launch followed the Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Card Survey of parents and grandparents that revealed most parents believe children are important resources for planning family vacations and that one-third of parents don’t currently involve their children in planning but would like to.

Listicles
Oct 2, 2019

Best Places Around the Country for Fall Foliage

Besides pumpkin spice lattes and cozy sweaters, nothing signals fall like the changing leaves. No matter if you live on the East Coast, West Coast or somewhere in the middle, here are the top spots to peep at those trees while taking in some other autumnal activities:

Budget
Aug 25, 2019

Family Time on a Dime in Richmond, Virginia

Whether you’re driving through the state’s stunning parks and beaches or making Richmond, Virginia, your next family vacation destination, this is one city where you can get away with a lot for a little — even with your brood.

Destinations / North America
Jul 30, 2019

Norfolk, Virginia, for Art-Loving Families

Norfolk, Virginia, has plenty of family-friendly attractions, including its science center, Nauticus and Battleship, Wisconsin. But, the city also has an artsy side family members of all ages will enjoy. Check out these three family-friendly attractions for art lovers.

Luxury
Jul 19, 2019

Family-Friendly Salamander Resort & Spa

Middleburg, Virginia, is a one stoplight village, with preserved 18th- and 19th-century buildings. Children discover its street names are an American history lesson about famed Federalists: Sign posts read Washington and Madison, Jay and Marshall.