Notes From the Low Country Exploring Charleston with your kids is like opening a history text book and seeing the characters from the pages leap out and race down the cobblestone streets on horseback- chased by more characters on horseback brandishing bayonets, with a couple of pirates and a Scarlet O’Hara southern belle thrown into…
Plan a weekend family escape in America’s oldest city: Family Fun in St. Augustine.
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You dream of chasing a shiny little ball, mumble spells in your sleep and actually know what at ‘patronus’ is. But have you visited the Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ yet? Whether you are a Potter-fan or not, here are 10 tips to help you make the most of your Potter-experience at Universal Orlando™.
What do castles, glass and art have in common? Take a peek at the unique and innovative Chihuly art exhibition at the historic Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
Summer is here! Now what?! Pack your bags and head to the mountains! Here’s a list of the top summer family adventures in the Great Smoky Mountains. From whitewater rafting to majestic mountain skyline views, family hikes to fum family dinners. Go ahead, make this summer a family time to remember!
Herbs, tinctures, pills and handsaws- inside the Spanish Military Hospital Museum in historic St. Augustine. Take a peek at what medicine and surgery was like during Spanish colonial times. It may surprise you!
Chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate turtles, truffles, fudge and more- a tasty peek inside St. Augustine’s sweeter side at Whetstone Chocolates, their factory and tasting tour.
Take a peek inside St. Augustine’s Potter’s Wax Museum. Established in 1947, Potter’s is the first wax museum in America. But you’ll find more than just historical figures in the old Florida attraction.
Wilderness Wildlife Week launches today in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. With more than 250 activities- classes, hikes, workshops, concerts, and much more, it’s easy to see why this annual family-friendly 5-day event has received so many awards. And the best part? It’s free!