A must-see for any Boston visitor (and resident, for that matter), is the Freedom Trail. It is a two-and-a-half mile trip that brings the city’s rich history to life. All along the trail, which is marked with a distinctive red line, you’ll pass by 16 essential landmarks.
One of the biggest reasons people cite as to why they don’t go on vacation as much as they’d like to is cost. But, here’s the thing, there are many affordable vacation spots all over this country.
In fact, there are so many hidden gems you’d have to spend decades of your vacation time finding them all.
In this post, however, we’re going to save you some time by highlighting some of our favorite affordable cities to visit in the Southeast. This region of the country has just about everything you could want, excellent weather year round, history, entertainment, and, of course, great food.
So, get your bags packed and start planning your next visit to one of these budget-friendly hot spots.
We’re excited to share round 3 of our Parks Madness contest! We’re down to just 8 parks vying for your votes. In the last round, we had some tight competitions. Grand Teton narrowly beat our Denali with just 51% of total votes! Your vote can really make a difference in deciding which park will move on to the next round of voting.
This week, we’ll have some steep competition. Cast your votes below and then fill out the form to enter to win! Check out our Contest Page to learn about our prizes.
Far too many vegetarians know the feeling of heading out on vacation and then struggling when it comes to mealtime to find something to eat. It can be really frustrating and put a damper on the trip.
Who wants to deal with that?
Here’s the good news, some cities across the country are havens for vegetarians and their special diets. These cities make meal time easy, whether you’re on vacation, at a conference, or just passing through town.
In this post, we’re going to highlight must-visit cities for vegetarians so bring your appetite and get ready to dig in!
Museums don’t have to be stodgy and boring; They can be excellent ways to get your kids excited about art, history, and science. In fact, there are incredible kid-friendly and kid-focused museums all over the country.
One state that has no shorted of children’s museums in California, and we wouldn’t expect any less. A massive population, lots of booming cities, and millions of people visiting each year to vacation there’s always something to do and see.
In this post, we will tell you about some of the cool kid’s museums in California that are family. They are friendly, fun to visit, and kid approved.
Ready to dive in?
The second round of Parks Madness is now open! We had some exciting matchups last week leading to some surprise victories. Zion beat Arches National Park, last year’s winner, by a wide margin. Meanwhile, the Grand Canyon got knocked out of the competition by Yosemite, which won by a margin of fewer than 50 votes!
This week, we see fan favorites like Acadia and Sequoia go head-to-head. Who will move on to round three? Only your vote can decide! Following the vote, don’t forget to enter your email address to enter for your chance to win an annual pass to the national parks and much more.
You may associate aquariums with more coastal areas, but the Midwest is home to many excellent spots to view sea life. Here are our top picks of places to make a splash.
So, you’ve been to all of the most popular family-friendly places in the Sunshine State: Disney, Universal, Sea World, and maybe even Busch Gardens. Yet, there are so many places off the beaten path in Florida that are a blast for all ages. Here are some of our favorites.