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THINGS TO DO IN CALIFORNIA Save at California’s great attractions, from mega theme parks to fine arts museums. From San Diego, Palm Springs, Orange County and Los Angeles in the south and Monterey in the center, to San Jose and San Francisco in Northern California, your kids will have fun—while you save—at just about every type of fun thing to do. Besides over-the-top theme parks, you’ll find vintage train rides, science, themed and just-plain-odd museums, Hollywood studios’ behind-the-scenes tours and world-famous zoos and aquariums. There are great places to take very young kids on vacation too. We’d list them here but there are just too many!  Click to see savings coupons in Northern California. Click here to see savings coupons in Southern California.

THINGS TO DO IN COLORADO Colorado is famous for its snow activities, but it’s a year-round destination for the adventurous. In Denver, visit the Museo de las Americas, Colorado’s only art museum exclusively featuring Latin American art. See artisan-made mansions in miniature, giant teddy bears, antique and international dolls, historic and iconic toys and southwestern miniatures at the Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and ToysExperience the rock of the rails at the Colorado Railroad Museumin Golden, with more than 100 narrow and standard gauge steam and diesel locomotives, passenger cars, cabooses HO Model Railroad and G-scale garden railway on our 15-acre railyard. The Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster is the zoo of small wonders and big experiences with over 5,000 animals, from sea creatures to crawling critters (think tarantula!) and 1,600 butterlies ruling the tropical rainforest.  You’ll never forget the animals (many endangered) at the Serenity Springs Wildlife Center in Calhan. At the Western Museum of Mining and Industry in Colorado Springs you’ll find over 4,000 artifacts on display at the 27-acre indoor/outdoor exhibit site, where you’ll discover Colorado history, mining, technology, geology and the environment. View over 200 gators, giant pythons, venomous snakes, huge tortoises and more at the Colorado Gator Reptile Park, a working fish farm and alligator and reptile rescue in Mosca.  Click to see savings coupons in Colorado.

THINGS TO DO IN CONNECTICUT A Connecticut’s fall foliage drive is a favorite activity for locals and visitors alike, but there’s plenty to do during winter, spring and summer! Stop at the Danbury Railway Museum to see vintage locomotives and a restored 1903 station with model railroads or explore 300 years of Connecticut history at the Keeler Tavern Museum in Ridgefield. While in Ridgefield, visit the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum to see cutting-edge art by today’s artists. Explore In Greenwich, explore the history and art of the Bush-Holley House, once the home of the Cos Cob art colony. Go wild in Bridgeport at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo or catch a planetarium show, interactive exhibits and hands-on fun at the Discovery Museum & Planetarium nearby. In Norwich, discovery the history and  secrets of the 1675 Leffingwell House Museum. To see a fine example of a summer estate in the Gothic Revival style, stop by the National Historic Landmark Roseland Cottage, once the home of anti-slavery advocate Henry C. Bowen. Don’t miss the preeminent American art collections at the New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, which include works by Thomas Hart Benton, Graydon Parrish, Lisa Hoke and Dale Chihuly. Or, visit the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London, where you’ll find over 15,000 objects from ancient times to the present (including toys and doll houses) housed in a Neo-Classical building. The Barker Character, Comic & Cartoon Museum in Cheshire, showcases 80,000 toys dating from 1873 up to present day. Learn to sail or just relax on the water on a Joyride Charter in Westbrook, or take a brunch, lunch or dinner cruise with Lady Kate Cruises in Old Saybrook. Catch a big one on a Bluefin Sportfishing Charter, in Madison, that takes you from Long Island Sound to Block Island or on the beautiful waters of the Atlantic. Explore the Sheffield Island Lighthouse, observe Sheffield Island wildlife or hunt for shells at the beach—take the Sheffield Island ferry, an adventure in itself. In Washington, discover the living history of Indian New England at the Institute for American Indian Studies, which features engaging exhibits on indigenous culture, crafts and fine art. Discover life in a New England textile mill town circa 1900 at the Windham Textile & History Museum in Willimantic. Combine stunning views of the Connecticut River and a charming historic building with the best musicals you’ll see outside of NYC at Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam. All are great choices for family vacations or weekend things to do for those living in neighboring states. Click to see savings coupons in Connecticut.

THINGS TO DO IN FLORIDA Discover some of Florida’s wildest rides, animal adventures, museums and themed gardens, such as Butterfly World in Coconut Creek, where you can stroll through giant screened aviaries filled with thousands of live butterflies. Rumble through the Everglades on a Swamp Buggy Eco-Tour at Billie Swamp Safari, or an airboat tour and animal exhibits at Sawgrass Recreation Park. Enjoy the peacefulness and beauty of nature and wildlife as you travel through several of Florida’s Eco-Systems at Babcock Wilderness Adventures in Punta Gorda. Learn the difference between an alligator and crocodile at Everglades Safari Park in Miami. Or take in a gator show performed by the Gator Boys from the Animal Planet’s hit series at Everglades Holiday Park, in Fort Lauderdale. At Orlando’s Gatorland, families will see rare white alligators, one-of-a-kind shows and up-close encounters. Also in Orlando, explore the amazing world of Robert Ripley at the 10,000 square foot Ripley’s Believe It of Not! Odditorium, packed with unbelievable displays and... oddities. In Wilton Manors, enjoy a scenic and informative paddle in a kayak or on a paddleboard in the heart of the “no wake” Manatee zone of Fort Lauderdale on a guided urban eco-tour from Atlantic Coast Kayak. Catch a glimpse of the Seminole way of life in the traditional village of the original Florida Natives at Seminole Okalee Indian Village in Clewiston and  learn more about how Seminole ancestors lived in the Florida swamps and Everglades at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum in Hollywood. See Maximo, the largest crocodile in the eastern U.S. at St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, let animals of the wild roam inches from your car at Lion Country Safari, or see animals of all sorts at Zoo Miami. Visit 100 life-size dinosaurs and search for fossils at Dinosaur World, enjoy spectacular animal shows at Jungle Island, or explore secrets of the sea at Mote Aquarium, Miami Seaquarium, or Clearwater Marine Aquarium—all include great entertainment for children. Experience the magic of a pirate cruise sailing in south Florida in search of treasure on a children’s pirate cruise from Bluefoot Pirate Adventures in Fort Lauderdale. Leave your cares behind at Flamingo Gardens, a botanical garden and wildlife sanctuary. Discover historic gardens at the Bok Sanctuary or try miniature golf, more go-karts, laser tag and more at Adventure Landing. At the Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) in Tampa, families will experience the largest science center in the Southeast, and play with over 450 hands-on, minds-on activities. And at the Museum of Discovery and Science & AutoNation IMAX® Theater in Fort Lauderdale, explore interactive exhibits including the new EcoDiscovery center where you can take a ride on the Everglades Airboat Adventure, experience hurricane force winds or dig for fossils. WonderWorks, a science focused indoor amusement park in Panama City Beach has challenges for all ages, including the Spacewalk Challenge and a glow-in-the-dark indoor ropes course. For art lovers, visit the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale. Visit the Tallahassee Museum to discover North Florida’s natural environment and rich history, and take in its breathtaking flora and fauna. Toodle around on a bike, human-powered surrey and more from Wheel Fun Rentals in Clearwater, Tarpon Springs and Seminole. Click to see savings coupons in Florida.

THINGS TO DO IN GEORGIA There’s lots to see and do in Georgia. At LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta you can reach out and touch the stars in the 4D cinema, learn LEGO® building secrets, see iconic landmarks and more. In Gainesville, children experience hands-on learning in a unique environment where they’re free to imagine, create and explore beyond their dreams at Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, (INK). In Macon, the Museum of Arts and Sciences is like a trip around the world, where you will see works of fine art, observe animals from tropical forests, and explore outer space, all in one place. The country’s largest state sports museum, Georgia Sports Hall of Fam,  is also in Macon, with over 3,000 artifacts and a Hall of Fame that honors over 400 inductees. At Okefenokee Swamp Park, a National Wildlife Refuge in Waycross, you can take a guided boat tour or catch a live wildlife show. Let the kids go wild at Monkey Joes, an indoor inflatable-filled fun play center in Columbus (great for young kids indoor play). At Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, in Lawrenceville, you’ll be transported to the Middle Ages with knights on horseback and a medieval tournament while you enjoy a royal feast. At the Ty Cobb Museum in Royston, you’ll find art, memorabilia, film, video, books and other historical artifacts of the greatest baseball hitter of all time. Click to see savings coupons in Georgia.

THINGS TO DO IN HAWAII Though it is best known for its fragrant air, miles of sandy beaches, giant waves, explosive volcanoes, fantastic sunsets and hospitable people, Hawaii, the 50th state and the newest to join the United States, has a history that spans 1,500 years. Today on Oahu you can save at the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives, the former homes of Christian missionaries, where you’ll learn about America’s role in Hawaii’s history, and at the Queen Emma Summer Palace, the summer retreat for Queen Emma, her husband King Kamehameha IV, and their son, Prince Albert Edward, you’ll find one of the only remaining examples of Greek Revival architecture in Hawai‘i.  At the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor, you’ll see rare aircraft housed in World War II-era hangers that still bear the scars of America’s first aviation battlefield. See for yourself where World War II began for the United States on December 7, 1941 at the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor. A Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Tour includes the USS Arizona Memorial Narrated Tour and admission to the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park. And visit the Battleship Missouri Memorial to see where the Pacific war ended with Japan’s formal surrender aboard the “Mighty Mo” in Toyko Bay on September 2, 1945. Take a hike—literally—up to the summit of one of Hawaii’s most famous landmarks, Diamond Head for a fantastic view; or get a mountain top view of the windward side and north shore—on horseback—on a tour from Gunstock Ranch in Laie. Also in Laie, visit Hawaii’s #1 paid attraction, the Polynesian Cultural Center, a 42-acre cultural experience that includes traditions, history and hospitality of 6 authentic island villages. Hang 10 at at Hans Hedemann’s Surf School. Check out the Tornado and Water World Playground at Wet ‘n‘  Wild, Hawaii’s biggest water park; or ride the Waikiki Trolley to discover Waikiki at your own pace. On Maui, step back in time at the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum, located in a historic plantation-era residence across from Hawaii’s last sugar producing mill. At the Bailey House Museum, once part of the Wailuku Female Seminary for Hawaiian girls until 1849, you’ll find artifacts, paintings and furnishings telling the story of Maui’s history. Discover an underwater paradise at Maui Ocean Center, The Hawaii Aquarium, a state-of-the-art marine park and see the nation’s largest collection of living coral, reef fish, mysterious sharks and stingrays and playful sea turtles. End the day on a Pacific Whale Foundation Sunset Dinner Cruise — 100% of cruise profits go towards supporting education and conservation programs on behalf of whales, dolphins and ocean environment.   On Kauai, delve deep into the rich tradition and culture of Kauai and Niihau at the Kauai Museum through exclusive exhibits or tour Kauai’s North Shore from a rigid hull inflateable from Na Pali Explorer, and see it’s soaring cliffs, majestic waterfalls and playful dolphins. On the Big Island of Hawaii Built in 1838 as a residence for the first governor of Hawai‘i, John Adams Kuakini, Hulihe‘e Palace is the oldest, and one of the most historically significant sites on the island of Hawai‘i.  Click to see savings coupons in Hawaii.

THINGS TO DO IN ILLINOIS Illinois is known as the home of two U.S. presidents—visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and also The Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home. Besides its rich heritage, families have discovered lots of fun things to do in Illinois.  Splash, climb, build, learn and explore at the award-winning Chicago Children’s Museum, located at Navy Pier; or learn through play for children (0-12) and their families at the Children’s Museum of Oak Lawn. The Discovery Center Museum, a short drive from Chicago in Rockford, is a nationally ranked children’s science museum with over 300 interactive exhibits and an 8,000 sq. ft. park. Opera in Focus in Rolling Meadows is an opera unlike any other with the world's only rod puppet opera. See a collection of historic vehicles—from celebrities’ cars to a Secret Service Car and NASA space exhibit—at the Historic Auto Attractions. WhirlyBall in Chicago combines lacrosse, hockey, basketball and suped-up bumper cars in a game of skill and chance. Discover the animals that called Illinois home during the pioneer days at Wildlife Prairie Park, a unique 2,000-acre zoological park is home to wolves, bison, black bear, cougar and much more. Fun rules at Knight’s Action Park in Springfield year-round. Also in Springfield, ride a Ferris a shopping center! Scheels Have waves of fun at Magic Waters Waterpark in Cherry Park. Sightsee, have lunch or dinner or even take an overnight cruise on the Illinois and Mississippi rivers aboard the Spirit of Peoria, one of the few authentic paddlewheelers. Explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie style in the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District in Oak Park on the Oak Park Historic Neighborhood Self-Guided Walking Tour.   Click to see savings coupons.

THINGS TO DO IN KENTUCKY Home of the famous Kentucky Derby, Kentucky is also rich in outdoor, cultural, historic and just plain fun activities for families. It’s Kentucky where President Lincoln grew up and you can see his boyhood home at the The Lincoln Museum in Louisville. The best way to get the lay of the land in Louisville is on a Trolley de ’Ville’s Louisville Fun Tour. Visitors interested in Kentucky’s legendary arts and crafts can see them at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Crafts, also in Louisville, then relax on the river aboard the National Historic Landmark Belle of Louisville. You’ll never believe this: there are 17 miles of corridors and a huge cavern under the city of Louisville, which you can tour by tram—or take a zip line tour of the cavern—from Louisville MEGA Cavern. The Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville is dedicated to the principles of Muhammad Ali through an interactive museum, educational programming and special events. In Lexington, enjoy Henry Clay’s beloved estate, Ashland, and visit his grand mansion, historic outbuildings, formal gardens, and walking trails on the estate’s 17 wooded-acres. Henry Clay, one of the America’s most significant statesmen. Also in Lexington, the Mary Todd Lincoln House was the First Lady’s home before marrying the President and today houses family portraits and furnishings from the Todds and Lincolns. Experience a day in the life of a racehorse at The Thoroughbred Center in Lexington. Step back in time at the restored late Victorian Adsmore Museum, the elegant home of the Smith-Garrett family in Princeton. At Dinosaur World, an outdoor dinosaur museum in Cave City with over 150 life size dinosaurs, kids will discover authentic fossils to take home. See the beauty of what lies within the earth at the Ben E. Clement Mineral Museum in Marion. Celebrate our past, explore our present and enrich our future at The Highlands Museum & Discovery Center in Ashland. In Bowling Green, the National Corvette Museum celebrates our national sports car. Also in Bowling Green, discover Kentucky’s only underground boat tour at the Lost River Cave. or check out the interiors of historic railcars, a model railroad and exhibits on the culture of the railroad at the Historic Railpark and Train Museum. You’ll also find savings at 15 Kentucky State Park Museums & Historic Sites, from an archaeological site of a prehistoric Native American village and pioneer settlements to historic homes, Civil War museums and sites, and a museum housing the world's largest collection of Audubon artifacts. In Paintsville, enjoy the “Front Porch Pickin” every Thursday at the US 23 Country Music Highway Museum, which features memorabilia of Country’s stars. Stop by the Mountain HomePlace and travel back in time to the 1850s and see what life was like on a working farm in Staffordsville. Northern Kentucky’s Jane’s Saddlebag in Big Bone Lick provides hands-on experiences with a variety of farm animals for children and adults. In Covington, experience Northern Kentucky’s heritage at the Behringer-Crawford Museum.   Click to see savings coupons in Kentucky.

THINGS TO DO IN MARYLAND Adjacent to America’s capital, Maryland is a great place to discover America’s history, but it’s full of all kinds of fun for families—any season of the year. From museums and heritage experiences to theme parks and outdoor activities, you’ll find much to do. Today, you can save when you visit Medieval Times Dinner Tournament in Hanover. In Baltimore, sports enthusiasts can visit Babe Ruth’s very first home The Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum or find the Sports Museum at Camden Gardens chock full of sports memorabilia. And railroad buffs will enjoy the B&O Railroad Museums (Baltimore and Ellicott City). The Historic Ships of Baltimore exhibits life at sea from the mid-19th century to the 1980s on board four impressive military vessels, including the USS Constellation. Journey through 250 years of American pop culture at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum also in Baltimore, or see over 15,000 square feet of the odd and weird world of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium where truth is stranger than fiction at Ripley’s new home at Baltimore Inner Harbor. Tweets and roars will greet you at the Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo in Thurmont. Stroll through a 400-acre native garden and preserve on Maryland’s Easter Shore at the Adkins Arboretum in Ridgely. On 18 waterfront acres in the historic town of St. Michaels, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum shares stories of the Chesapeake Bay; and the Chesapeake Children’s Museum in Annapolis is where children play to learn and adults learn to play.  In Clinton, tour the 1852 Surratt House Museum, home of the Surratt family, confederate sympathizers during the Civil War and whose family members participated with John Wilkes Booth in plotting against Abraham Lincoln.  Click to see savings coupons in Maryland.

THINGS TO DO IN MASSACHUSETTS Explore Plymouth’s history, from pilgrims to abolishment of slavery, on a Dead of Night Ghost Tour in Plymouth. Visit the place that changed American history forever—at the Old South Meeting House in Boston, you’ll see where colonists came to challenge British rule (No Tax on Tea!) or visit Boston’s famous sites seen on TV and in movies with On Location Tours. Have fantastic fun at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston. Experience the unparalleled beauty of The Mount, Edith Wharton’s historic house and gardens. The Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History in Weston has a collection of over two million stamps. For the largest collection of historic naval ships, head for Battleship Cove in Fall River. Take a kayak tour from Island Spirit Kayak in Oak Bluffs or from Norton Kayak Company in Norton. For a family fun and educational family experience, catch a ride with experienced marine biologists with Capt. Bill & Sons Whale Watch in Gloucester; or join a naturalist aboard the Prince of Whales at Newburyport Whale Watch in Newburyport. Visit Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, home to 200 acres of family fun with giraffes, big cats, white rhino’s, tapirs and chimpanzees and others, in beautiful natural habitats. Ignite your child’s imagination at the Cape Cod Children’s Museum in Mashpee. Picture books come alive through art exhibitions, children’s theater, music and story times at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst. And in Clinton, discover the largest collection of Russian icons at The Museum of Russian Icons. Smack in the middle of Cape Cod in Hyannis, you’ll find the Toad Hall Classic Car Collection home to over 50 all-red classic sports cars. In Foxborough, The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is the New England Patriot’s hall of fame and cutting-edge interactive museum.  Click to see savings coupons at family and cultural attractions in Massachusetts.

THINGS TO DO IN MISSOURI In Liberty, take a guided tour of The Jesse James Bank Museum, the site of the first daylight peacetime bank robbery in American History and The Jesse James Farm & Museum in Kearney and tour the 1822 cabin to view Jesse James artifacts. In Branson, take in a spectacular show at King’s Castle Theatre; a fast-paced, high-energy family entertainment experience at The Bretts Show or the captivating Prince Ivan, live in concert; the original and largest live celebrity tribute show in the world at Legends in Concert; or take “selfies” with your favorite A-listers at the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center, also in Branson. Putt your way through mountain caves, over footbridges, and beneath cascading waterfalls on one of our two 18-hole adventure golf courses at Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf in Osage Beach. Families with children 3-10 will find the ultimate indoor  playground at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City or explore an amazing underwater world at SEA LIFE Kansas City Aquarium. See tigers, lions, leopards, and more at the National Tiger Sanctuary, a non-profit rescue organization for exotic wildlife in Saddlebrooke, in the Ozarks. Explore the world at the Discovery Center of Springfield. In Independence, the Harry S. Truman Library & Museum features interactive exhibits on the live and times of Harry S. Truman and his presidency. Experience state-of-the-art exhibits of the legendary Pony Express and its riders who first carried mail from St. Joseph to Sacramento in 1860, at the Pony Express National Museum in St. Joseph. Click to see savings coupons in Missouri.

THINGS TO DO IN NEVADA Today, you can save on wild times at Sierra Adventures trips and tours in Reno, in the north Lake Tahoe region. While in Reno, visit the National Automobile Museum to see more than 200 eye-popping cars. Explore historic artifacts and relics from Nevada’s prospecting, farming and ranching heritage at the Sparks History Museum or step back through time to the mysterious tombs of Egypt, to a prehistoric world to encounter animatronic dinosaurs at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, where hands-on exhibits excite kids of all ages. Experience a jet fighter’s barrel roll at the Roller Coaster at New York New York. Race, ride and slide at the Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix Family Fun Center, where you’ll find the biggest, fastest adult cars to the smallest kiddie karts. For an authentic view of the Mob’s impact on Las Vegas history and its unique imprint on the world, visit The Mob Museum, or experience bodyflight during a simulated skydive experience at Vegas Indoor Skydiving — both in Las Vegas. Discover Virginia City history, Mark Twain’s life, Comstock mining and more at the Historic Fourth Ward School, in the original 1876 school building or head to Bonnie Springs Ranch in Blue Diamond to experience the Old West—see live shows, ride horses, or visit the Bonnie Springs Zoo. In Boulder City, don’t miss the Nevada State Railroad Museum for a 40-minute excursion train ride on the original 1931 tracks in coaches dating back to 1911. The Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum tells the story of the Boulder Canyon Project as it was experience by the men and women who built the Hoover Dam and Boulder City.  Click to see savings coupons in Nevada.

THINGS TO DO IN NEW JERSEY Known as the garden state, New Jersey is probably as well known for “Atlantic City” and its 127 miles of coastline, where you’ll find the historic Absecon Lighthouse. Create a race car, test your physical skills or discover if you have the “right stuff” to explore space at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City. At the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton, you’ll find four floors of dinosaurs, paleo Indians, fine and decorative arts, with interactive areas for children. See fine art, crafts and folk art with an emphasis on NJ and the Mid-Atlantic Region at The Noyes Museum of Art in Oceanville. Housed in a 1900 Richardsonian-Romanesque Revival building listed on the National Register of Historic places, the Museum of Early Trade & Crafts explores 18th- and 19th-century American history, with a focus on New Jersey. In Cape May, the Historic Cold Spring Village is an open-air living history museum that portrays the daily life of a rural South Jersey community in the 1800s with fun activities for children. While in Cape May, kids can climb to the top of the Cape May Lighthouse at Cape May Point. Learn about the the history of industry and agriculture in Hunterdon County at the Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton. Find collections and exhibits of sports history at Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, also in Montclair. In Rio Grande see 26 aircraft displays, exhibits of military memorabilia, engines, photographs and interactive displays at the NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum.  Besides these historic activities, you’ll find New Jersey full of great family attractions like Imagine That!!!, where kids are encouraged to touch, discover and explore. Others are themed, like Medieval Times Dinner Tournament. Or in Stanhope, hit the trail in Wild West City, and find cowboys, galloping horses, museums, a barnyard zoo, panning for gold and living history demonstrations. Step into earth science at the Sterling Hill Mining Museum in Ogdensburg, where you can take a ¼ mile underground walking educational adventure into the 4th oldest mine in the country that includes the world famous fluorescent “Rainbow Tunnel.” Cool off and splash down at Sahara Sam’s Oasis Indoor Water Park or drive a machine at Diggerland USA, a construction themed adventure park, both in West Berlin. In Freehold, get inside the fun with more than 200 video and skill games at iPlay America. Ride along the scenic Delaware River on a Delaware River Railroad Excursion in Phillipsburg. Soar over the beach at Ocean City Parasail, or sail aboard Pirate Voyages’s Sea Dragon for a swashbuckling adventure. Hop aboard Atlantic City Cruises for the Daily Dolphin Watching Adventure or a sightseeing cruise. At Atlantic City’s boardwalk, the iconic World Famous Steel Pier is an amusement park that extends over the Atlantic Ocean and features kiddie and extreme rides, an arcade and entertainment. Nearby at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, you’ll find “curiosities” from around the world.   Click to see savings coupons.

THINGS TO DO IN NEW YORK A great way to see New York City is to visit the locations you’ve seen on the big (and small) screen on an On Location Tour. Or take a pedicab tour through Central Park with Peter Pan Tours of Central Park. The Museum of the City of New York explores the past, present, and future of New York through groundbreaking exhibitions that offer a behind-the-scenes look at what gives the city its singular character. And don’t miss world-renowned Madame Tussauds on Time Square, where you’ll gaze into the eyes of celebrities and world leaders; and nearby, visit Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square to come face-to-face with unbelievable curiosities. Visit The Brooklyn Museum, one of the oldest and largest museums in the country, to view its world-renowned collection, or head to Staten Island and visit the Himalayan-style Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, a uniquely peaceful retreat. Explore Jamaica Bay or Flushing Meadows in Queens in a surrey or tandem bike from Wheel Fun Rentals.  In Long Island, rediscover the richness of America’s cultural heritage at The Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages or Walt Whitman’s Birthplace or the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in East Hampton. Tour the 145-acre property of the former Frick Estate at the Nassau County Museum of Art, or stop at one of the most celebrated small museums in the country, The Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah. For an ocean adventure, take a sightseeing cruise from Fish My Bonni Charters, take a “Discovery” Wetlands Cruise in Stony Brook Harbor and West Meadow Creek, or taxi roundtrip aboard Freeport Water Taxi & Tours from Freeport to Lookout Point. Stroll through Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden in North Salem for changing exhibits. Explore the wonders of the sea at the Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center. Explore LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester in Yonkers and see New York’s top landmarks made out of LEGO bricks. Don’t miss the best of the West at the Rockwell Museum of Western Art or miles or trails and 40 animals at Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum, both in Corning. In Utica, don’t miss the Utica Children’s Museum with 60 exhibits and experiences housed in four floors of a historic building in downtown’s Bogg’s Square. The Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in Saratoga Springs tells the colorful story of three centuries of Thoroughbred racing with interactive programs, rare memorabilia, a fine equine art collection and children’s gallery. In Norwich, you’ll find vintage cars at the Northeast Classic Car Museum; or antique airplanes of WWI and barnstorming era performing thrilling air shows at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Rhinebeck. In Howes Cave, celebrate the cultural diversity, rich history, archaeology and artistic expression of the Iroquois at the Iroquois Indian Museum. Step back to 1945 aboard the USS Slater in Albany or visit the nearby miSci (museum of innovation and science, formerly the Schenectady Museum & Suits-Bueche Planetarium) where science is fun for everyone. For a change of pace, head to The Fun Spot in Queensbury for go kart racing. Up in Ogdensburg, the Frederic Remington Art Museum is devoted to the works of the artist. Discover the area’s artifacts at the Buffalo History Museum. Nearby, ride a 1916 wooden carousel at the Herschell Carrousel Factory. Visiting Rochester? Thrill on a roller coaster ride of your life at the Seabreeze Park.  Nearby in Auburn, visit the Seward House Museum, the historic home of Lincoln’s confidante, advisor and closest friend, William H. Seward. Over in Syracuse, WonderWorks, located in Destiny USA, is an indoor amusement park with over 100 hands-on science-focused exhibits. T The Pelham Art Center in Pelham offers free high-caliber art exhibitions, plus dozens of free public arts activities including workshops, performances, art and literary talks and classes for all ages  taught by professional artists. Click to see savings coupons in New York.

THINGS TO DO IN NORTH CAROLINA To get any closer to starfish, seahorses and graceful rays, you’d have to get wet at SEA LIFE Charlotte-Concord in Concord. In Winston-Salem, you’ll find four museums, gardens and over 100 restored and reclaimed buildings housing hands-on activities to amazing collections or rare toys at the Old Salem Museums and Gardens. Or stroll through the elaborate Elizabethan Gardens created as a memorial to Sir Walter Raleigh’s lost colonists who lived here over 400 years ago, in Manteo. Also in Manteo visit the Roanoke Island Festival Park, an interactive family attraction that celebrates the first English settlement in America. Visitors board and explore the Roanoke Island Festival Park’s centerpiece, a representational ship, Elizabeth II. The Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center is a nationally recognized museums with exhibits on Native Americans from across the U.S. Take an Asheville Historic Tour that captures the past that shaped Asheville and brings history to life. While in Asheville, enjoy gem and mineral collections, hands-on exhibits and learn about the wonders of the Earth at the Colburn Earth Science Museum. Kids love nature programs at Grady the Groundhog’s Animal Discovery Den at Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park, voted the “Favorite State Park” in the nine-state southeast mountain region. See the Wild Corolla Spanish Mustang Horses and discover some of the the most unique sights the Outer Banks has to offer with Wild Horse Adventure Tours. One of the longest running outdoor dramas in the U.S., Unto These Hills, Outdoor Drama, in Cherokee, NC, tells of the Cherokee’s tragic and triumphant history. Also in Cherokee, step back in time to the 1760s at the Oconaluftee Indian Village and explore historic events through reenactments, demonstrations and Kids Cherokee Pottery classes.  Click to see savings coupons in North Carolina.

THINGS TO DO IN PENNSYLVANIA  Climb aboard National Historic Landmark ships, maneuver an underwater robotic vehicle, fire a mock cannon and explore U.S. naval history at the Independence Seaport Museum in Philadelphia.  Explore the world at the Penn Museum on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania also in Philadelphia, where you’ll see Egyptian mummies and treasures from China, Mesopotamia, Africa, Central American and the ancient Mediterranean world. Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites brings to life three centuries of American history, from the earliest settlers. Experience a bygone era on the 4-mile scenic round-trip ride aboard a restored streetcar at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in Washington. The Sigal Museum in Easton is a state-of-the-art, hands-on museum of local (Northampton County). At Arnold’s Family Fun Center in Oaks, kids have lots of choices from electric go karts, laser tag and mini golf to the largest arcade in Eastern Pennsylvania. Explore one of the largest urban parks in the world at Boathouse Row in Philadelphia on a bike, cruiser or surrey from Wheel Fun RentalsClick to see savings coupons in Pennsylvania.

THINGS TO DO IN RHODE ISLAND In Tiverton, stroll through the third oldest butterfly exhibit in the country at The Butterfly Zoo, home to 100s of butterflies from around the world. Prepare to get your hands dirty exploring the lives of ordinary tenant farmers living on the edge in 1799, at Coggeshall Farm Museum in Bristol. Nestled inside of historic Arcadia village in Exeter, is Tomaquag Museum, Rhode Island’s only museum entirely dedicated to telling the story of the state’s indigenous peoples, and the winner of the Institute of Museum and Library services award. Click to see savings coupons in Rhode Island.

THINGS TO DO IN SOUTH CAROLINA For Civil War buffs, and kids learning about it, South Carolina’s role in Civil War history is evident through museums, historical sites and landmarks throughout the state. But it’s packed with lots of other fun activities from museums and aquariums to theme parks and themed attractions to outdoor sports. Today we’re offering a savings coupons for Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament and Carolina Safari Jeep Tours, where you’ll see birds and alligators in a natural habitat, explore the salt marsh ecosystem and visit a haunted graveyard. Take in a show at The Palace Theatre at the award winning “Broadway at the Beach” in Myrtle Beach. At the Calvin Gilmore Theater also in Myrtle Beach, the Carolina Opry show blends the best music of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, with rich multimedia screens, special effects, and elaborate costuming — performed live by our award-winning cast. You can’t miss the “Great Ape” climbing the Hollywood Wax Museum’s landmark building.  Also in Myrtle Beach, check out WonderWorks, a science-focused indoor amusement park with over 100 hands-on exhibits; and Soar + Explore at WonderWorks, a zipline and ropes course at Broadway at the Beach.  Click to see savings coupons in South Carolina.

THINGS TO DO IN TENNESSEE In Memphis, the Metal Museum isn’t just a place where art, such as “Gothic Jewelry” is displayed, it’s a place where art is created and taught. To see the largest and most comprehensive collection of Asian art in the southern region of America, head to the Belz Museum of Asian & Judaic Art, or visit the Memphis Brooks Art Museum, one of the leading art museums in the American South—both in Memphis. At RainForest Adventures in Sevierville, birds fly free in a walk-through aviary, tame goats will eat from your hand and at the Aussie Walkabout, sheep welcome petting and Kangaroos hop around. In Limestone, at Brights Zoo, you’ll find Primates to Giraffes. Or visit Chattanooga Zoo in Chattanooga, which is also referred to as the “best little zoo in America,” and is designed to bring its 300 animals close to visitors. The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Harrogate, houses one of the finest Lincoln and Civil War collections in the world, telling the life story of our revered 16th President, his personal rendezvous with history, and the devastation of war. In the heart of Franklin, The Lotz House was the epicenter of a pivotal battle of the Civil War. At Belmont Mansion, you’ll discover the history of a bygone era through the story of Nashville’s own Steel Magnolia. Also in Nashville, visit the third best Presidential site in the nation at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage and see his beautiful home and vintage Tennessee farm. Head for the Smokies and see large scale production numbers (singers, dancers, musicians!) at the Country Tonite Theatre, get up close and personal at the Hollywood Wax Museum, visit WonderWorks, a science focused indoor amusement park that combines science and entertainment or Wonders of Magic, Tennessee’s jaw-dropping magic show—all in Pigeon Forge. Take a rafting trip from Rafting in the Smokies in Gatlinburg. Get wet and muddy or climb a wall at Appalachian Caverns in Blountville; or dig for fossils at the ETSU Natural History Museum/Gray Fossil Site in Gray. In Knoxville experience wildlife up close at Knoxville Zoo as you come face to face with giraffe, elephant, gorillas, chimpanzees, lions and more, or ride a camel or see a show at the Forest Amphitheater.   The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville is dedicated to all levels of women’s basketball. Click to see savings coupons.

THINGS TO DO IN TEXAS Big state, big fun. From miles of beaches where you can build really big sand castles, to wide open spaces, to, well, the sky and beyond, Texas is a big fun place.  Today, you can save in Dallas at LEGOLAND Discovery Center, where kids can take LEGO rides do all sorts of other LEGO things; or visit SEA LIFE Aquarium. At Texas Discovery Gardens, a 7/5 acre organic botanic garden in Dallas, visit a two-story tropical rainforest Butterfly House and Insectarium with free-flying butterflies. Or, visit Dinosaur World, an outdoor dinosaur museum in Glen Rose with over 100 life size dinosaurs. Feed the living animals in the petting zoo, ride the train and just watch the fantastic animals at the Austin Zoo. In Austin, history buffs will step back in time to 1800s Texas at Pioneer Farms, on four restored, working farmsteads where costumed interpreters recreate life just like it was over a century ago. Trek through Africa, Asia, Tropical America and Indo-Australia and encounter three generations of gorillas, tigers, macaws, kangaroos, Komodo Dragons at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville. Nearby discover hands-on and interactive activities at the Children’s Museum of Brownsville. The Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian in Amarillo features the art and artifacts of the cultures and Plains and Pueblo cultures of the Southwest. Also in Amarillo, the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum is a hidden gem of Western art and heritage in the Texas Panhandle. The Don Harrington Discovery Center in Amarillo sparks curiosity and inspires a passion for lifelong learning with over 100 hands-on exhibits, a state-of-the-art Space Theater and a new area for kids under 6 years-old. For more than 30 years, Amarillo’s Wonderland Amusement Park has served up chills, thrills, and spills, with new rides added each year! This summer, visit the world’s most spectacular outdoor musical drama and watch the stories, struggles, and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle come to life at “TEXAS” Musical Drama in Canyon. In Fort Worth, don’t miss The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, honoring the women of the American West. In Midland, tour the George W. Bush Childhood Home. Explore six cavernous rooms filled with enormous clusters of stalactites and stalagmites at the Cave Without A Name in Boerne, or visit the oldest living show cave in Texas and Rex the Dinosaur and The Hermit of the Cavern at Cascade Caverns, also in Boerne. Or pan for gems, climb a climbing wall or take a zipline at the underground chambers of Natural Bridge Caverns one of the largest caverns in Texas.  Buffalo Gap Historic Village in Buffalo Gap is an outdoor museum consisting of over 15 historic buildings that chronicle the last 50 years of the West Texas Frontier (1875-1925). At the Buckhorn Saloon & Museum you’ll find San Antonio’s oldest and most historic saloon, with remodeled animal halls and at the Texas Ranger Museum, memorabilia from famous Texas Rangers. Then cool off at Splashtown San Antonio. Watch underwater views of hippos and nile crocodiles or view 9,000+ animals at the San Antonio Zoo with its natural backdrop from an old limestone quarry basin. For more San Antonio fun visit Ripley’s Tomb Rider 3D, Ultimate Mirror Maze, Guinness World Records Museum, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure and the new Extreme Escape, where you must race the clock to escape the room by solving puzzles and finding clues. Virtual battle stations thrust you into the chaos and grit that was World War II aboard the USS Lexington down in Corpus Christie.  Journey back to where bowling began at the interactive museum of International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame in Arlington. Click to see savings coupons in Texas.

THINGS TO DO IN VIRGINIA Step into the world of prehistoric past at Dinosaur Land, where over 50 life size dinosaurs are on display in White Post. In Roanoke, you’ll find 86 species of animals including 8 endangered species at the Mill Mountain Zoo.  While in Roanoke, stop at the O. Winston Link Museum to view over 300 black & white and color images that document the last days of steam along the Norfolk & Western Railway. Spelunk 34-stories of caverns, hike/bike wilderness trails, raft, paddle or ride horseback at Natural Bridge Park, once described by Thomas Jefferson as “nature’s cathedral.” Delight in hands-on exhibits, natural history collections and special events at the Danville Science Center. In Portsmouth, kids are encouraged to touch, play and see how things work at the Children’s Museum of Virginia. Also in Portsmouth, visit the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, housed in the 1846 Courthouse, for rotating visual art exhibits, classes and performances. Enjoy the vast assortment of wonderful animals at Franklin’s Bear Path Acres Animal Education Center. The Manassas Museum is located on the site of one of the “Defenses of Manassas” earth work forts, and features permanent and changing exhibits about Northern Virginia Piedmont history and the Civil War. Just blocks from Tennessee in Bristol, Virginia, you’ll find the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, which tells the story of the recordings that were influential in shaping country music. Get savings coupons to Virginia attractions or take a look at free attractions, including the William King Museum, Virginia’s only nationally accredited museum west of Roanoke.

THINGS TO DO IN WASHINGTON D.C. Families will discover America’s capital full of cultural and family attractions, from the Smithsonian Institutions many free museums to monuments and other activities. A visit to Madame Tussauds Washington DC brings you eye to eye with  historic politicians and celebrities. Click to see savings coupons in Washington D.C.

THINGS TO DO IN WISCONSIN The world’s largest Angel Museum, including Oprah’s Angel Collection, is located in the heavenly town of Beloit.  Also in Beloit, the Wright Museum of Art is home to the works of many old masters of Europe, the Impressionists, Expressionism and modern art (and admission is free); and the Logan Museum of Anthropology presents depictions of Native life and the evolution of humans, along with ceramics and baskets from Native peoples of North, Central and South Americas. The Charles Allis and Villa Terrace Art Museums in Milwaukee are prized architectural gems—both mansions can explore extensive decorative art collections and contemporary art exhibitions year round. In Stevens Point, the whole family can play and explore together to strengthen confidence, capabilities and creativity through hands-on hands-on imagination stations, exploration exhibits and a Create-It! Art Room at the Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum. Or, take a tour of the historic Stevens Point Brewery, founded in 1857. In Eau Claire, explore Ojibwe history, the immigrant experience and stories of the region at the nationally acclaimed Chippewa Valley Museum. Head for Green Bay to check out the Neville Public Museum of Brown County, where you’ll find exhibits and programs that interpret the natural history and culture of the region through art, history and science. Visitors to Green Bay will also enjoy outstanding garden architecture that sets the stage for an all-star performance by plants specially chosen for their ability to thrive in the Upper Midwest at the Green Bay Botanical Garden. Then take in the National Railroad Museum, where kids and adults alike can explore the history of the railroad. Discover buried treasure—and fun—at the Gemstone Mine, Fossil Dig, Butterfly Gardens at Cave of the Mounds National Natural Landmark in Blue Mound. In East Troy, visit the East Troy Area Historical Museum (admission is free) for a guided tour. The Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is an accredited art museum in the Fox Cities region, and houses the most representative collection of glass paperweights in the world, along with glass collections including Victorian art glass, Germanic drinking vessels and contemporary glass. ILClick to see savings coupons at attractions in Wisconsin. Click Free Admission to attractions in Wisconsin.

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