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Family Day Trips and Destinations in NY, NJ, CT, MA, and PA
From museums and parks to festivals and beaches, this list has something for everyone, all within easy traveling distance from the New York City area, including Upstate New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania. (read the story...)

Family Travel: Celebrate America in Washington, DC
Find family-fun activities in our nation's capital. (read the story...)

The Long Island Maritime Museum Celebrates a 122-Year Milestone
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The Family Side of New Orleans
Famous for its wild Mardi Gras parties, vibrant multiethnic culture, and jazz music, New Orleans, Louisiana, might not seem to be the spot for a great family vacation. But dubbed “The Big Easy,” this city is a charming Southern belle boasting a culture that is unique, music that is truly inspiring, cuisine to die for, fun-for-all entertainment, and an intriguing history. (read the story...)

King Tut Exhibition Comes to Discovery Times Square Exposition this April
"Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs" will open in New York City on April 23, 2010, marking the first time a collection of treasures from the young pharaoh's tomb has visited the city since the groundbreaking 1979 exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (read the story...)

RITE NOW: SACRED AND SECULAR IN VIDEO Opens At The Jewish Museum 9/13
Rite Now: Sacred and Secular in Video will be on view from September 13, 2009 through February 7, 2010 in The Jewish Museum's Barbara and E. Robert Goodkind Media Center. In the past decade, contemporary artists have taken video in new directions. (read the story...)

ICP Presents Their Miroslav Tichy Exhibit 1/29-5/9
The first North American museum exhibition of the photography of the mysterious and reclusive Czech artist Miroslav Tichý will be on view at the International Center of Photography (1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street) from January 29 through May 9, 2010. (read the story...)

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Presents ONE PART HUMAN, Opens 1/9
With its exhibition, One Part Human, The Feldman Gallery brings together artists who explore the tension between human and technological capabilities in today's scientific society. (read the story...)

The Lesley Heller Workspace Presents The Wells Street Gallery Revisited: Then and Now
The Lesley Heller Workspace is pleased to present The Wells Street Gallery Revisited: Then and Now, an exhibition organized by guest curator Jason Andrew, featuring the work of artists associated with The Wells Street Gallery, one of Chicago's vanguard galleries of the late 1950s. (read the story...)

'Art of the Samurai' & 'Eccentric Visions: The Worlds of Luo Ping' Exhibitions Set to Close January 10 at the Met
The 'Art of the Samurai: Japanese Arms and Armor, 1156-1868' and the 'Eccentric Visions: The Worlds of Luo Ping (1733-1799)' exhibitions are set to close at Metropolitan Museum on Sunday, January 10. (read the story...)

New Interactive Heritage Installation Keeping History Center Opening in November at the Museum of Jewish Heritage
The Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is opening the Keeping History Center, which presents the Museum's ideas and collections in a state-of-the-art, interactive, digital visitor experience. (read the story...)

The Met Museum Hosts Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage 2/2-5/9
In the 1860s and 1870s, long before the embrace of collage techniques by avant-garde artists of the early 20th century, aristocratic Victorian women were experimenting with photocollage. (read the story...)

'Emily Dickinson's Garden: The Poetry of Flowers Spring' Exhibition at The New York Botanical Garden, 5/1-6/13
During her lifetime, Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) was better known as a gardener than as a poet. Plants and flowers significantly influenced her poetry and other writings, most of which were not published until after her death. The New York Botanical Garden's multi-venue exhibition, Emily Dickinson's Garden: The Poetry of Flowers, will illuminate Dickinson's life and work, the connections that exist between her life and poems, and her study and love of flowers and gardens. Dickinson's poems have become an integral part of the American literary canon, yet the fundamental impact that plants and flowers had on her poetry is little known by the public. From May 1 through June 13, the Botanical Garden's exhibition will reveal this new perspective on one of the greatest Romantic poets of the Victorian era, immersing visitors in the garden, life, and poems of Emily Dickinson in contemporary, fresh ways. (read the story...)

Family Travel: Bon Bini to Curacao!
Curacao's balmy temperatures and white sand beaches may be enough to satisfy many families all day, but this Dutch island can provide lots of other fun activities as well. (read the story...)

Family Travel: Berkshires Bounty
The Berkshires in Western Massachusetts, about 3 hours from the New York metropolitan area, boasts year-round attractions for the whole family. Take a look at just what this scenic area has in store. (read the story...)

Middlebury, Vermont: Fun in the Quaint State
The town of Middlebury is the quintessential adorable Vermont town, filled with buildings from the 1800s and even a few from the 1700s. And there’s plenty here for families. (read the story...)

Toronto: The City of Big Things
Read about the fun family activities available in Toronto! (read the story...)

18th Annual Seafood, Crafts & Music Festival at the Long Island Maritime Museum
Stop by the Long Island Maritime Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year, the 18th Annual Seafood, Crafts & Music Festival. (read the story...)

A Family Vacation to Bermuda
Now celebrating its 400th anniversary, Bermuda — just a short flight from the east coast — makes for an ideal family getaway! (read the story...)

Baseball’s League of Nations: A Salute to Native American Baseball Players
The new exhibition at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center, presents images and biographical sketches of many Native American baseball players, (read the story...)

Earthplace’s Vacation Days for Kids in Wesport
Insectivores, carnivores, omnivores, decomposers — learn all about animals and what they eat, during Earthplace’s Vacation Days. (read the story...)

Modern Pioneers
The counterculture is alive and well in the Pioneer Valley in western Massachusetts. (read the story...)

From Picasso to Picture Books - How To Look at Art With Kids
Children’s responses to art can provide insight into their thought processes and perspectives about the world. (read the story...)

20 FREE Things to Do in New York City
We’ve scoured the city to find all the freebies available for families, from ice cream to concerts, magic to movies. (read the story...)

Where to: History at the Museums - In the Suburbs
We have your guide to local museums in the suburbs that are hosting programs, events, and exhibits for children. (read the story...)


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