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15 Amazing Resorts & Hotels That Welcome Pets

Bring your fur babies along for the ride.

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101 Things to Do With Kids in NYC

Family fun options are pretty much infinite in The Big Apple. Take a bite!

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Special Delivery: DMV Pizzas to Order Right Now

Take the guess work out of dinner and order no contact pick up or delivery from one of these crowd-pleasing pizza parlors.

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Keep It Local: How to Have the Best NYC Staycation Ever

You do realize people spend big bucks to vacation in your hometown, right? Here’s how you can do it too!

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14 Sweet Ways for LA Families to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Your official guide to outdoor Valentine’s Day events, craft projects to pick up locally, virtual concerts and more.

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6 Ways to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Your Kids

Teach your kids about the great civil rights leader with these fun and educational activities and events.

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Chicago-Inspired Names for Those Quarantine Babies

We’re all under quarantine, which could mean an uptick of babies right around the corner. Kick your Windy pride up a notch with Chicago-inspired baby names.

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NYC Holiday Hit List: Things to Do with Kids This Season

Not even 2020 can keep this city from celebrating safely. Here’s how!

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Holiday Light Shows & Displays to See This Season

They’re happening, but reduced capacity means a greater chance you’ll be shut out! (And nobody wants that.)

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New York City-Inspired Baby Names We Love

From classic to fun and fresh, these monikers exhibit Big Apple pride in a big way!

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Our Favorite Kids’ Movies Featuring New York City

Missing some of your favorite NYC spots? These flicks will take you there—and they’re fun to watch, too!)

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Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Launches Interactive Songwriting Programs

They will bring their weekly Songwriter Sessions and its flagship education program, Words & Music, to Instagram Live.

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City-Bound: The Ultimate Guide to Vacationing in Boston, New York, Philadelphia & Washington, DC

It’s time to take advantage of having some of America’s most note-worthy cities practically in your backyard. Here’s where to go and what to do.

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14 Reasons to Take Your Family to Nashville NOW

Country music is not the only draw for families who visit Nashville, TN. We’ve got the full scoop here!

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Our Favorite NYC Shows for Kids This Spring

Screen to stage is big now: Peppa, Daniel Tiger, the Nick Jr. Crew and Baby Shark are all coming to town. Plus: puppets, a French fest and more!

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Things to Do with Kids on Christmas Day in New York City

This town never takes a day off! See where to have some serious fun on December 25 in The Big Apple!

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17 Winter Vacation Ideas to Book Now

Whether you prefer skiing and snowshoeing trips to embrace the snow or you want to bury your toes in the heated sand on a beach, we’ve got you covered.

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The Best Time of Year to Visit NYC

Here’s a season-by-season guide to making the most of a trip to The Big Apple!

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3 Perfect Days in New York City with Kids

Uptown, downtown, all around the town. It’s the city that never sleeps—but after this, the whole family will!

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The Best Budget Hotels in NYC: Affordable Places to Stay

We’ve rounded up some of the best NYC hotel deals for families visiting or even for locals looking to up their staycation game. If you’re planning a trip with the kids to the Big Apple, check out our list!

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Dinnertainment: 7 Theme Restaurants That Deliver Epic Adventures

These restaurants will have the whole family looking forward to lunch or dinner out. The question is, are they more excited about the food or the fun?

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No Reservations Required: Brooklyn Baby & Toddler Drop-In Spots

Got commitment issues? No problem! Swing by one of these spots for fun on the fly!

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Biscuits & Strings: 10 Hidden Gems in Nashville

Tread off the beaten path to discover these hidden gems in and around Music City.

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You Can Visit Over 1,000 Museums Across the Country For Free This Weekend

Find out what museum you can visit for free tomorrow.

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6 Summer Music Festivals You Don’t Have to Miss

Whether you love jazz, hip hop, blues, funk, alternative or punk, the D.C. area has a wide array of family-friendly music shows throughout the summer months. These are our faves.

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Step Back in Time at the Great Dickens Christmas Fair

From haberdasheries to tea shops serving up finger sandwiches, this fair is a holiday feast for the senses, and day of dress up your family will never forget!

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NYC’s Best Behind the Scenes Tours For Kids

Let your kid see how the magic happens in arts, sports and more!

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Holiday Shows That Dazzle & Won’t Break the Bank

From the botanical to the Blue Man Group, we’ve rounded up tons of holiday shows that you can score tickets to now at a deep discount.

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Across the Map: Attractions You MUST Visit in Each State

Do you know where to find the largest dinosaur collection in the world? Or a quirky garden filled with toys and oddities? How ’bout a place where you can drive a car through a tree? We do — read on.

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10 New Year’s Resolutions for NYC Parents

That thing you’ve always meant to do with your kid? Make it happen in 2015!

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Remedies For Spring Break Fever

5 days. 4 walls. A couple of kids. No plans. What are you gonna do? We’ve got the cure for Spring Break Fever. Do two of these activities and call us in the morning.

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Author Priscilla Gilman Talks Kids, Books and Motherhood

Priscilla Gilman is someone you instantly want to become best friends with (and no, not just because rubbing shoulders with an award-winning author would vicariously fulfill all of your secret fantasies of hitting the non-fiction best seller list). A New…

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Go Victorian at The Great Dickens Fair!

Do you have a young lad or lassie who loves music, puppet shows, theater, costume characters and games? Look no further than The Great Dickens Fair, a full-scale reproduction of 19th century London streets complete with decorated shops, tea houses,…

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