6 New England Winter Getaways for Couples

What could be more romantic than curling up in front of a blazing fireplace on a snowy evening, cups of steaming mulled wine in hand? Inns throughout New England combine luxurious guestrooms, cozy areas for socializing, fine dining and glorious snow-covered scenery to wake up to. It’s a recipe for a romantic getaway for two. […]

Winter Fun in Canada to Add to Your Bucket List

Jasper in January Ski and snowboarding families, prepare for Jasper in January with incredible winter entertainment and activities for active families. Strap in and suit up for the annual celebration of winter fun, food and music Jan. 11–28, 2018, in Jasper, Canada. Check out annual events and new additions ranging from a chili cook-off and […]

Ice Castles in Winnipeg, Canada

There are two types of families traveling this winter: those who head south for warmth and those who embrace the colder temps and changing season. If you’re in the latter camp, you’ll enjoy the ice castles coming to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, this winter. Utah-based entertainment company Ice Castles specializes in seasonal events and incredible large-scale […]

Best Festivals to Travel For this Fall and Winter

Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver, Canada: Nov. 16–19 Introduce the kids to art early while adding a few edgy pieces to your growing collection at the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver, Canada. From Nov. 16–19, this four-day event brings more than 30,000 art collectors and visitors together to browse hundreds of artists’ designs. Celebrate local and […]

Packing Light for Winter Travel

Packing light in the winter can be a challenge with heavier clothing and additional layers needed — especially when traveling with kids. It can be difficult to tell how many layers you will need, so be sure to check the weather as close to your departure as possible. This can alter your packing essentials, depending […]