Family Fun at Baraboo’s Circus World Museum

Last summer when we visited the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, we decided to stop by the Baraboo Circus World Museum. This small venue played a significant role in the history of circus life in the US between 1884 and 1918.  The site, which hosts circus performances daily in the summer, showcases several of the original… Read More

Family Fun on New York’s Coney Island

Visitors from all around the United States and the world stop by every summer to soak up the sun on Coney Island’s beach. However, besides  the sand and water, New York’s Island boasts old-fashioned amusement parks along with a popular boardwalk that all family members will like to explore. For those who haven’t visited yet here… Read More

Experiencing Dallas Perot Museum of Nature and Science with Family

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science opened in 2012 and quickly became known as a “living science lesson.” The museum, located in Downtown Dallas, Texas, was created to give children an opportunity to explore science, math, and technology through hands-on exhibits, multimedia, and excellent displays. How to Get There The Perot Museum of Nature… Read More

Eight Things to do in Chicago with Kids

As the third largest city in the United States, Chicago has no shortage of things to do. Chicago has plenty to offer everyone, including families. For traveling families planning a trip to the Windy City, we’ve created a list of our top eight things to do in Chicago .   Eat at the Greek Islands… Read More

Five Family Friendly Fort Lauderdale Experiences

Full of wildlife and vegetation, history and art, Fort Lauderdale is an exciting destination. Sometimes referred to as the Venice of America, Fort Lauderdale in the state of Florida is surrounded by beaches, swamp land and nightlife. With constant warm weather throughout the year, this city is a lovely vacationing area that all families can… Read More

Taking Kids to the Hemingway Home Museum

Key West is known for its quirky atmosphere. However, it was also the home of writer Ernest Hemingway. Built in 1851, and then occupied by Ernest Hemingway and his family in 1930’s, many of the original furnishings and collectibles from the Hemingway estate still decorate the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum. For any Hemingway fan,… Read More

Las Vegas Yay or Nay for Families with Autism

The traveling experts at Autistic Globetrotting are often asked whether  Las Vegas is a safe travel destination for families challenged by autism. Like in many of  cases, the answer isn’t clear cut. Although Vegas is famous for drinking and adult entertainment, it is a surprisingly great family destination. However, there are pros and cons associated… Read More

Exploring Yellowstone National Park with Family

  During his presidency, Teddy Roosevelt pushed for protecting America’s pure, beautiful wilderness, a goal towards which previous presidents such as Grant had already made progress. Today the United States has fifty-eight national parks across the country. Of all these national parks, Yellowstone is perhaps one of the most famous and visited. Any family traveling… Read More

Taking Your Kid with Autism to Medieval Times

Our autism travel experts get questions about Medieval Times quite a bit. For those who don’t know, Medieval Times is a two to four-hour long dinner/show found in nine US locations and themed after a medieval knight jousting tournament. Visitors enter a replica castle and experience a night of fighting, food, and merriment. One can… Read More

Visiting Graceland in Memphis Tennessee with Family

A trip to Memphis Tennessee is not complete without a visit to Graceland. Most Americans know Graceland is the home to the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley. Fans of the King and Rock n Roll history buffs will love walking around Elvis’s home. Here they can learn about his life and career through stories… Read More

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