Family Travel Question

Q | How can we kill a couple of hours with our kids when we're traveling and don't want to sightsee?

Your best bet is to find parks, playgrounds, or museums.

Family Travel Answers

Jessie Voigts - Wandering Educators By

Take a break from sightseeing to live like locals

Tweet Live like the locals! Ask around for local activities, street fairs, and definitely explore the library (especially if you’re in a place where a different language is spoken). Ask a local for their favorite restaurant to take their family and then spend a few hours there, enjoying the local cuisine. Find free concerts and […]

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Amy Querido - The Q Family Adventures By

Local eats and libraries help pass time when traveling with kids

Tweet When traveling especially in a big city, eating out at local restaurants or food markets can be a fun and easy way to pass some time with kids. During our trip to Bangkok, we escaped the heat to the cold air of the huge food court at the major shopping center. And don’t let […]

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Meg Keough - Backpack to Buggy By

Easy activities: Parks, playgrounds and museums.

Tweet Parks and playgrounds are always my first choice for a couple hours of play.  Fresh air and exercise for the kids, and I can either sit on a bench and read, or join my daughter in the sandbox. When the weather doesn’t cooperate I look for a children’s museum. Not until you have a […]

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