Museums & Culture

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Big Island, California, Couples, Europe, Flee Market, Hawaii, Italy, Kids, Kids Club, LGBTQ, Mexico, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Snowsports, Spring Break, Teens, Tennessee, Tuscany, USA, Utah, Watersports

Spring Break Vacation Deals Busting Out All Over

From the cabin fever-struck New England to the blizzard-battered Midwest and the snow-blanketed slopes of Lake Tahoe, many families are looking to plan a Spring Break getaway. So, which destinations are hustling to attract families this spring, and how? We have some surprising answers.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Baby, Canada, Caribbean, Couples, Diet & Allergy Needs, Eco-Tourism, Europe, Featured - MFT, Kids, Kids Club, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Snowsports, South America, Spring Break, Teens, USA, Volunteer, Water & Themeparks

The Very Best Spring Break Vacation Ideas

We love signs that spring is on its way and with it – spring break -- one of the easiest and best value vacations families can plan. Tucked between the pricey winter holidays and the crowded summer high season, vacations between February and April are often easier on your budget, too.

Read on for our pick of the best spring break experiences, chosen with the experts at Taking the Kids and guaranteed to please, whatever your budget or appetite for adventure.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Kids, Multigen, Museums & Culture, North America, Teens, USA, Virginia, Weekend & Short Break

Planning Your Trip To Colonial Williamsburg

If you're visiting Williamsburg and the Historic Triangle of Virginia, here are some basic trip-planning tips that will help you make your stay a better and better value vacation.

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Author: Mel and Ronnie Greenberg

Tags : California, Cheap Vacation, Multigen, Museums & Culture, North America, Road Trip, USA

You'll Strike Gold in Northern California

Northern California's gold country, the western frontier, and gateway to the foothills of the rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains, Tuolumne County came to be in 1850, the same year California achieved statehood.

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Author: Kaleel Sakakeeny

Tags : Blogs, Cheap Vacation, City Break, Couples, Kids, Museums & Culture, Travel Trends, USA

CityPASS Helps Families Take A Staycation

A weak economy drives families (and all travelers) to seek value-driven vacations, which now often means travel in one's own back yard, a “Staycation," a kind of travel that fosters a sense of community, lets people discover their own city, and saves money.

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Author: Kyle McCarthy

Tags : California, City Break, Couples, Featured - MFT, Flee Market, Kids, Multigen, Museums & Culture, North America, San Francisco, Teens, USA

Make It the Summer of Love Not War

The Bay Area around San Francisco is partying all year to the tune of #SummerofLove50, the 50th anniversary celebration of the counterculture’s meteoric rise to prominence in 1967.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Baby, California, City Break, Kids, LGBTQ, Museums & Culture, San Francisco, Teens, USA

San Francisco, California Attractions

From the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz, San Francisco's hilly backdrop and waterfront strolls delivers on family fun.

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Author: Daphne Gil D'Agostino

Tags : Blogs, Cheap Vacation, City Break, Couples, Disney Vacation, Kids, Multigen, Museums & Culture, North America, Teens, Vacation Packages, Water & Themeparks, Weekend & Short Break

CityPASS Key to the City that Fits in Your Wallet!

Remember when someone did something heroic or amazing, they would be honored with a parade and the mayor handing them a Key to the City, an oversized novelty which made for great photo ops and not much else.  Well, stow your cape, because your key to the city is as easy as a click away at CityPASS. Whether you are a resident of their 12 destination sites or a visitor, it is impossible to pass up on the advantages of cost and convenience.

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Author: Bethany Kandel

Tags : Blogs, Central America, Couples, Eco-Tourism, Family-Friendly Hotels, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Teens, Watersports

Rock On at the Panama Canal

The last time I really thought about the Panama Canal was back in middle school, when I studied how it transformed global trade routes when it opened in 1914. But then I began hearing rave reviews from several friends who had vacationed there. Suddenly it was on my travel radar. I learned firsthand what a fascinating historic and fun destination it is when I recently got to experience it for myself.

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Author: Ron Bozman

Tags : Blogs, Canada, City Break, Couples, Montreal, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Quebec

Montreal – One Festival After Another in 2017

Mais oui! 2017 is a big year of festivities in Quebec, Canada: Montreal is 375 years-old and Canada as a unified country, known also as The Canadian “coalition” (the current country), is celebrating the passage of 150 years. 

Visitors can expect to find loads of entertainment in the biggest city Montreal — in chronological order, this might be Le Hivernales (2 Jan-12 Mar); Igloofest (12 Jan-19 Feb); the Circus Festival (8-18 July); the famous Montreal Jazz Festival (28 June-July 8); Just for Laughs comedy festival (12-31 July) and more!  

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