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Orange County’s Best Museums for Kids & Families

Dinosaurs, vintage aircraft and surfboards galore await you on your next museum adventure day.

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These “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” Movie Stills Are the Perfect Holiday Gift for Wizards

Bring home a little piece of your favorite films with this new collab from Warner Bros. and Classic Stills.

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This Mickey Mouse Pop Up Show Is for the Most Legit Disney Fans

The world’s most iconic mouse turns 90—in style.

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Disneyland Is Up for Sale & Yes, You Can Own Part of It—Here’s How

Take home the most incredible souvenirs you could ever imagine.

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This Couple Made a Harry Potter Reading Room in Their Home & It’s Stunning

There’s cosplay, and then there’s basically living in the movie, like this couple.

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This Teacher Turned His Classroom Into Hogwarts With Magical Results

This middle school teacher took his job to a whole new level.

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The Very First Dr. Seuss Museum Has Arrived, and Here’s Why It Rocks

If you’ve got a crew of Cat in the Hat fans, you need to make plans to visit the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss—the first and only Seuss-inspired museum in the country.

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Just Opened: The Taylor Swift Experience

Don’t be a hater. Shake yourself on over to this exhibit for fans both big and small — in every sense!

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Your Guide to Exploring MoPOP with Kids

If you’ve never visited EMP or it’s been a while since your last visit, read on for our guide to visiting this iconic museum—dedicated to contemporary pop culture—with your pint-sized crew.

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The Ultimate Summer Show and Tell

Your go-to Ocean in a Bottle just got a makeover. These are the memories you’ll want to display.

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PepsiCo Wants to Bring You Back to the Future

It’s actually time to go Back to the Future with this retro bottle from Pepsi!

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Party Like it’s 1915: The Return of the World’s Fair!

San Francisco is rebooting the World’s Fair for 2015, and this weekend you’re invited to step into a stage coach and strum along to a 300-person ukulele jam.

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Reading Rainbow Enters the Digital Age

Get ready to take a trip down memory lane as Reading Rainbow begins a whole new chapter in the digital age.

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Fun Events to Celebrate the World’s Fair 50th Anniversary

From tours of the 12-story Unisphere and the Philip Johnson-designed NYS Pavilion to LEGO workshops and train rides, here are six fun ways to celebrate the World’s Fair 50th anniversary.

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Please Enter: Sammy’s Sporty Bedroom

Our little athletes would go crazy for their own big-kid baseball room, just like this one created by San Diego-based designer Leyla Chávez from So Childish Designs.

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9 Star-Spangled Decorations for Your July 4th Party

Some people say that the most important part of any celebration is the guests—and while we can’t disagree with that, we’d put the decorations second on that list. After all, a few crafty decorations can turn even the smallest gathering…

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From Quidditch to Cauldrons: An Insider’s Guide to Whimsic Alley

The wizarding world’s boy wonder turned 32 this summer and fans filed past the shops of Diagon Alley to raise mugs of butter beer, saluting the heroic character, in Hogwarts’ Great Hall.  Tucked away on a bustling stretch of Wilshire…

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Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane (Batteries Not Required)

In the long, unscheduled summers of our childhood, when unicorn posters peppered our walls, and our only form of exercise was getting up to change the channel on the tv, we lived for those rare occasions when our mother would…

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An Angel Festival Fit for the City of Angels

Whether or not you believe Los Angeles lives up to its “city of angels” nickname, the busy metropolis does boast some pretty heavenly qualities. Not to mention a beloved baseball team with a holier than thou moniker: the Los Angeles…

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All Aboard Straphangers

To some, the subway is a rumbling, cramped, assault on the senses (excuse me break-dancer, kindly roundhouse kick in someone else’s face) to get you from point A to B. But, to train transfixed wee ones, a public transportation is…

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Flapjacks in the City

Take heart if the only childhood memory you can trigger about pancakes involved IHOP’s all-you-can-eat stacks dripping in super-sweet syrups (blueberry anyone?) followed by a mega stomachache that lasted the entire drive home sans seatbelt. Make new and stomachache-free memories…

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5 Quirky Locations in Northern California

While the strangest things could happen in your own backyard or during your morning walk, sometimes it’s great to see a little bizarre or strange way outside your home. Like making a jaw-dropping bulldozer building as your pit stop or…

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An Underground Mining Excursion

It’s a hard day’s night working in a coal mine from sun up to sun down. Yet your little dwarves may whistle while they walk through the mine to see what life was like for the Welsh immigrants who flocked…

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Take Flight: Amazing Attractions for Your Plane-Crazy Kid

Kids have a hard time keeping their feet on the ground. If it were up to them, everyone would be flying around just like their favorite superhero. It’s no wonder that airplanes and just about everything that flies amazes our…

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Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia

214 California Dr
Burlingame, CA 94010

The Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia is a one-of-a-kind destination that is one of the highlights of a visit to Burlingame. While the storefront is small and the museum is smaller, this sweet site…

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Bare Belly Pictures, Too Much or Too Beautiful?

Demi Moore, Heidi Klum and most recently Mariah Carey. There is no shortage of celebs willing to bare it all on magazine covers. We had a hot discussion in our office today and want to take this “bare-all” topic to…

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Spenger's Fresh Fish Grotto

1919 4th St
Berkeley, CA 94702
With its walls covered in shipping and fishing memorabilia, Spenger’s is practically a nautical museum, and is sure to delight kids of all ages. The walls in the main dining room are made from…

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Explore: Seward Park

Seattle’s Seward Park, which stretches across Bailey Peninsula and juts into Lake Washington, can be summed up in one word: lovely. Okay, maybe two words: absolutely lovely. The park is three hundred plus square acres of old growth forest; walk…

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Kid-Friendly Dogpatch Dining

Looking for a meal out with the toddler in tow but tired of your usual list of kid-friendly restaurants?  Why not visit a sunny slice of San Francisco and try the vibrant Dogpatch neighborhood?  The area around the intersection of…

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Peter Pan Soars into San Francisco

Spectacular London Production is on its Way

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Peter Pan Soars into San Francisco
Some classics are unforgettable, and Peter Pan is one of them. It’s a story every generation can enjoy: it satisfies our lust…

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