School’s out, the sun is hot; it is definitely time for a vacation. You must have had a fun time with your husband or wife now is the time for the kids. Lots of kids wish to visit new places during a vacation to make their diaries more colorful and to tell stories about the adventures during the visit. You definitely must be having a hard time picking a place for the kids. In this article, you would find charming and interesting places to take your kids to.
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The move Frozen must have inspired your kids to visit Arendelle (which is based on the real Arendal in Norway). Besides the Frozen-inspired adventures, there are plenty of other kid-friendly destinations in Norway, such as the town of Hallingdal, which is located between Oslo and Bergen in Eastern Norway and has become a top location for family holidays. Here, the kids will love the Bjørneparken (“the bear park”), where families can get a close look at bears, elk, lynx, and even crocodiles. The nearby nature park at Langedrag allows kids the opportunity to see wolves, lynx and moose, and feed reindeer.
2. Disney Iceland
Adventures by Disney has been leading tours since 2005, and has more than 50 itineraries on six continents, with Iceland being one of their newest (and, rapidly, most popular) tours. The eight-day Iceland tour includes Reykjavik, Vik, Akureyri, Húsavík, and Lake Mývatn. While those names might not be overly familiar, the attractions in those towns are namely hiking on a glacier, going to the Blue Lagoon, and visiting geysers and waterfalls. In Grindavík, about an hour by car from Reykjavik, the thermal waters of the Blue Lagoon, as well as the accompanying lava mud masks, are the perfect antidote for jet lag on the first day.
The second day is action-packed, covering the Golden Circle one of the most popular routes that take visitors from geysers to craters.
3. Seattle, WA
The kids will be sleepy in Seattle after a day spent exploring this beautiful city. Visit the famed Space Needle, Seattle Great Wheel and Kerry Park all of which provide spectacular views of the city and neighboring Olympic National Park. Be sure to visit the Ballard Locks for a little history, and Pike Place Market for a bite to eat and a “show” watch fishmongers toss fish to customers in one of the city’s quirkiest traditions. Don’t miss the city’s beaches, either.
4. Indianapolis, IN
This Midwestern city offers families a variety of things to do when visiting. But 2020 will mark the city’s bicentennial so you can count on even more events to commemorate the milestone. Indianapolis is widely known for the Indianapolis (Indy) 500. But did you know this all-American city is also home to more monuments and memorials than any other city in the U.S.? The 210-foot Indiana War Memorial is a tribute to WWI veterans but is surrounded by two museums, three parks, and fountains. The city’s Red Line mass transit system makes it easier for families to navigate the city. Kids will love the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the largest children’s museum in the world (and a direct stop on the Red Line), and the Carter’s Antique Toy Museum, where you can ride bumper cars and play on antique pinball machines. Isn’t that lovely? Sure it is.
5. Washington, D.C.
History books come to life in Washington, D.C., where there are so many fantastic attractions for kids many of which are free! The Smithsonian Institute offers 19 free museums, including the Air & Space Museum, Museum of Natural History, Museum of American Art and even the National Zoo.
Make sure to pick one and have a fun-filled trip. Share this article and help family and friends choose wonderful places to visit too.