Explore some of the finest natural history museums, art museums and factory tours. Pack up the family and enjoy Boston Children's Museum, Cooperstown, Ben and Jerry's Factory Tour.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, with its renowned hands-on fun exhibits, is the largest collection of its kind in the world. Learn more about this family vacation in Indiana.
Binney and Smith Crayola Factory is a hands-on discovery center where kids can watch the crayon making process play with modeling clay paint draw and shop. Find out more about Binney and Smith Crayola Factory.
The Please Touch Museum features exhibits designed for kids seven and under including interactive exhibits based on classics like Alice in Wonderland. Shows and themed activities are also featured. Find out more about the Please Touch Museum.
Franklin Institute of Science features a variety of interactive exhibits such as a two-story human heart visitors can walk through sports challenges and dominoes. Find out more about family vacations to Franklin Institute of Science.
Sesame Place brings your kids favorite characters to life and features parades river rides live shows play areas and dining with their furry friends. Find out more about family vacations to Sesame Place.
Kids stand in awe of ancient creatures in the Great Hall of Dinosaurs and participate in hands-on activities at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. Find out about family vacations at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History.
The Barker Character, Comic & Cartoon Museum showcases collectibles that stir up a sense of nostalgia. Learn more about this family vacation destination sure to please kids and adults alike.
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, located in Amherst, MA houses hundreds of the artists' collages, sketches, and manuscripts. Learn more about this family vacation destination.
Be greeted by world's largest bat, a 120-foot-tall replica of Babe Ruth's, then take the factory tour and go home with your own miniature version of the famed Louisville Slugger.
More than 75 Corvettes rev-up the experience at the National Corvette Museum and Factory Tour. See corvettes on display and watch how they are made. Learn more about the National Corvette Museum and Factory Tour.
The struggle for civil rights is the focus of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis just steps from where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Learn more about the National Civil Rights Museum.
At the B&O Railroad Museum, kids can climb in a caboose, participate in a pump car demonstration, or play on an outdoor wooden train set. Find out more about B&O Railroad Museum.
Millions of dollars roll off the presses every day at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D.C. Watch how money is made and learn more at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
While the Spooky Cemeteries and Haunted House Tours may be too spooky for younger kids older children will love exploring the shadowy streets and buildings and creepy cemeteries of New Orleans. Learn more.
The National D-Day Museum in New Orleans celebrates the courage and sacrifice of the American men and women of World War II through interactive exhibits. Learn more about this family vacation destination.
Jimi Hendrix's handwritten lyrics, John Lennon's childhood report card, and Tina Turner's memorable concert costumes are just a few reasons to take a trip to this Ohio museum.
Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center showcases the importance of human struggles for freedom in the United States. Local educators helped design many of the exhibits and as a result they are very child-friendly.
The American Museum of Natural History is home to the world's largest collection of vertebrate fossils. Of one million specimens more than 600 are displayed. Find out more about the American Museum of Natural History.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art features games storytelling and gallery talks designed to teach children about art. Most of the museum's art exhibits appeal to children. Find out more about the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Circle Line Tours offers 75-minute tours around lower Manhattan Island and 3-hour cruises covering landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty Brooklyn Bridge and Yankee Stadium. Find out more about Circle Line Tours.
Cooperstown baseball's holy shrine features highlights such as the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Doubleday Field art museums games rides and a small petting zoo. Find out more about family vacations in Cooperstown.
Boston Children's Museum features four floors of interactive fun including the popular Science Playground, rock-climbing walls and a variety of activities designed for toddlers and preschoolers. Find out more about Boston Children's Museum.
Airplanes and rockets on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. lure fans of technology and aviation. Find out more about the National Air and Space Museum a sought-after family vacation destination.
Grab your undercover identity at the door and take a way-cool trip through time at the nation's only museum dedicated to the art of espionage. Spy gadgets famous spies and a cool gift shop are just a few reasons to come.
Native American culture comes to life at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C. Participate in song and dance sample Native American food and enjoy artwork. Learn more about the museum.