10 Best US National Parks for Kids with Autism

  Supporting our National Parks in the United States is very important. As families with autism travel around the U.S they will find that there’s a wide range of National Parks to suit all interests. For those planning their family vacation, we are featuring the ten best US National Parks for kids with autism.  … Read More

Day Trip with the San Francisco All Inclusive Go Card

For many people, San Francisco is synonymous with the Golden Gate Bridge. But ‘the city by the Bay’  is a vibrant city that offers so much more. In fact, it has a plethora of attractions jam-packed into a 7-mile radius that can entertain even the most experienced city explorers. Thanks to the San Francisco All-Inclusive… Read More

Taking the Catalina Eco Friendly Jeep Tour with Kids

Catalina Island sits off the coast of California, lying within LA County. It was originally settled by the Pimuvit, who called the island Pimu. It has a history of trading ownership between Spain, Mexico, and the United States as well as for its use in illegal trades and activities such as smuggling. William Wrigley Jr… Read More

City Sightseeing with San Francisco’s Hop On Hop Off Bus

Many movies set in San Francisco will show a Hop On Hop Off bus at some point – a brightly colored, usually red bus where riders can sit on top and take pictures of famous attractions while listening to a tour guide. These buses run through Downtown  San Francisco, showing passengers areas like Union Square… Read More

Taking Kids to the Los Angeles Broad Museum

    The Broad Museum in Los Angeles is a museum of modern art that all members of the family can enjoy. When we first heard of the museum, we thought it would not be the best destination for little kids since it wasn’t interactive. However, after visiting, we highly recommend it for all ages…. Read More

Exploring Philadelphia with Kids

Philadelphia was the heart of the American Revolution, the location where the founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. There is so much to this city for traveling families to experience, even aside from its historical value. Here are our best destinations in Philadelphia for families with autism. Philadelphia Zoo This zoo is most known… Read More

Taking Kids with Autism to Plymouth Massachusetts

Everyone who grows up in the United States hears about Plymouth, Massachusetts. Often called “America’s Hometown,” Plymouth was the site where the Pilgrims on the Mayflower famously arrived in 1620, “discovering” America. It was the location of the first Thanksgiving and remains a port city for the area. Plymouth makes for a great day trip… Read More

Taking the Family to Boston’s JFK Presidential Library

Boston is a city full of interesting historical places for traveling families to see. However, a fascinating place every family in Boston needs to experience is the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. This library is the perfect place for families to know more about the life of this noteworthy president. Traveling families can… Read More

Should Your Family Try the Boston CityPASS?

  With more and more cities offering a “city pass,” many families might be wondering if it is worth it. On a recent trip to Boston, we decided to grab city passes and ended up saving some money! What is it?         The Boston CityPASS is a ticket that can work for admission to the city’s… Read More

Navigating Universal Studios Orlando with Autism

Originally opened at 6000 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, Florida as a single theme park in June of 1990, the famous Universal Studios Orlando still flourishes. Islands of Adventure was added later, and together these movie-inspired theme parks draw almost 30 million visitors per year.For visitors who have autism, visiting a theme park can be fun but… Read More

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