Family trips to DC are stressful! Learn the top five things I would do differently to schedule, stay, and get around D.C. on our road trip to the Capital.
The Creation Museum in Kentucky is a beautiful, Bible-based, state-of-the-art museum full of science and learning opportunities that will challenge and strengthen your beliefs. Let my in-depth planning guide and Creation Museum tips make your vacation less-stressful, so you can enjoy your family trip even more.
Unsure what to see in Memphis, Tennessee? Click to check out my Memphis list to help you explore downtown with the family.
Planning a trip to the Everglades in Florida brings up so many questions. Here are all the answers you need to plan a family trip - including the answers to questions you didn't know to ask. Look no further. I'm here to help!
Montgomery, Alabama. Here are some top road trip sites for every history-loving visitor to this Alabama capital.
Take your group on the road and become an adventure family. With a little bit of preparation, you'll get into the mindset and know you can take on exploring with confidence. Check out my list my essentials for parent and kids to make your days together even more magical.
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens has something for everyone. Numerous gardens, nature trails, and a fabulous kid garden are waiting for your visit.
he beautiful oasis of the Atlanta Botanical Garden is one of my family’s favorite destinations in the heart of midtown Atlanta. Towering trees cover the Canopy Walk, children giggle through the Children’s Garden, and the orchids never fail to impress in the Fuqua Conservatory. With these tips, know what to expect and make your trip even better!
The Ark Encounter in Kentucky is a Bible-based museum inside a full-sized reproduction ark -- but it's a lot to plan! With three floors of museum, it’s a beautiful, state-of-the-art museum full of science and learning opportunities as the realities of living on the ark come to life. Save some time and trip stress by reading about the Ark here!
just north of Atlanta at the Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site. With six earthen mounds, this 53 acre historic site protects the land used from 1000 to 1550 AD by several thousand Native Americans. Start your visit to Etowah at the visitor center and prepare to walk around the site after this introduction to the plaza and three mounds which once held the priest's home, temples, and burial sites.