Beautifully designed, The Center for Civil and Human Rights is a somber reminder of a turbulent time from our not so distant past. This museum features engaging exhibits focused on the American Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Jr’s life through his assassination, and the ongoing Global Human Rights Movement. [Read more…]
Since Norfolk is home to the largest Naval base in the world, it’s natural that “Navy Town” pops into your mind when you thinking of it. In addition to its many nautical attractions, Norfolk offers many things to see and do for visitors to this waterfront city. [Read more…]
Famous for peaches, The Atlanta Braves, and President Jimmy Carter, Atlanta is a top travel destination in the Southeast for families. Book a stay in downtown Atlanta, so your family can walk to world-class attractions like Georgia Aquarium, World of Coco-Cola, CNN Headquarters, and Center for Human and Civil Rights.
There’s so much to see and do in New York City, a full year seeing the sights might not let you see it all. When looking at a long weekend, a dose of realistic planning will help you enjoy one of the world’s great cities. For first-time families, here’s a list of iconic landmarks that will certainly fill up your time in this phenomenal city.