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America’s Great Living History Museums and Experiences

Living history breathes excitement into textbook studies. At…
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New Children’s Program at Malliouhana

It takes a careful plan to make beach-loving toddlers skip the…
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8 Great Condo-style Resorts for Families in the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Mexico

A condo-style resort goes a long way toward making a family vacation…
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What to Know When You Share a Vacation Rental

It looked so good on paper — a week in a Caribbean villa with…
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Dream Trips: African Safaris in Kenya and Zambia

All of us need to dream now, and planning a bucket-list trip…
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Down-Home Away from Home: 8 Great Farm Stays for Families

A farm vacation connects you and your family with nature and a simpler way of living. You’ll spend your days completing chores or tromping through creeks, pastures, and barns.
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7 Companies You Can Trust for Great Family Vacation Packages

Planning a successful family vacation is work—but not if you let a packager do the work for you. Buying a vacation through a tour operator frees you from the tedious details of deciding where to stay, what to eat, when to visit each attraction, and how to get to each place.
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Best Caribbean Islands for Family Vacations: Which One to Choose

Not all Caribbean islands are the same. Yes, you can water ski, parasail, and sunbathe almost anywhere there, but islands come in different flavors, and some shine in specific areas. Some dazzle with palm-tree lined beaches, some are ideal for snorkelers and divers, and others are set apart by hiking paths through rainforest. Use our shorthand guide to pick the best Caribbean island for a family vacation.

Turks and Caicos Provides a Great Multigenerational Vacation

Sometimes ordinary is best, especially if the setting is extraordinary.…
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Explore Croatia on a Cruise

Videos of waterfalls, woodlands and glistening lakes in Croatia's national parks filled the large screen, the landscape serving as background to master Croatian cellist Ana Rucner, who performed live in front of the tableaux. When she launched into an allegro movement of Vivaldi's "Four Seasons," her bow dancing across the strings, the video flashed to a fiddler in a mountain village playing the same piece, his movements mirroring hers.
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