100 Places To Take Your Kids

Vatican City

Vatican City in Rome, known as The Holy See, is one of the most holy places in Christendom. With an area of about 44 hectares and a population of nearly 900, it is the smallest state in the world. Yet, a distinctive...

The State Hermitage Museum

The State Hermitage Museum was established in 1764 and was made public in 1852. The museum is located at 38 Palace Embankment, Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is regarded as one of the world’s prestigious and biggest art...

The Carre Theatre

If you or your kids love theatre shows and performances, visit Royal Carre Theatre (formerly known as the Carre Theatre). This beautiful theatre is the most famous place in Holland. In December 3, 1997, Oscar Carre, a...

The British Museum

The British Museum is one of the best attractions in London that families, especially kids, should visit. With approximately more than 7 million objects from collections, it is among the world’s largest and most...

Surfers Paradise

Surfers Paradise, or simply called ‘Surfers’, is a town on Australia’s Gold Coast in Queensland. It has tall apartment buildings and extensive surfing beaches. The central business district is the commercial and...

New York State Theatre

On November 25, 2008 at the New York City Ballet’s winter gala, New York State Theatre was renamed David H. Koch Theatre after billionaire philanthropist David H. Koch. Koch promised to provide $100 million for the...

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum can be found in South Kensington, London. It holds 70 million life and earth science specimens and is popular for its ornate architecture exhibitions and dinosaur skeletons. Its latest...

Manly Beach

One can never go wrong with beaches as a great vacation escape for kids. In Australia, there is a first-rate beach spot that will accommodate children’s untiring vibes. One of the best beaches on the continent can be...

Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom, located in Walt Disney World Resort, Florida, is the first theme park that was built inside a resort. It was designed and built by Walt Disney Imagineering (formerly known as WED Enterprises). The...

London Eye

The London Eye (known as the “Millennium Wheel”), is Europe’s biggest ferris wheel, with 135 metres (443 ft) height. It has turned out to be the most well-known paid tourist attraction in the U.K., with more than 3...

Lincoln Memorial

The Lincoln Memorial, situated on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is a US presidential memorial that was built to honour President Abraham Lincoln. The building is in Greek Doric temple form. Inside the temple...

Ground Zero, NYC

The World Trade Centre Twin Towers once stood so mighty in New York City, until the 11 September 2001 attack. Ground Zero was left as a poignant reminder of that merciless terrorist attack. After the incident, nothing...