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.
Visit Downtown Memphis: A Day Trip with Kids
Unsure what to see in Memphis, Tennessee? Take a day or two to explore Memphis on your family road trip through the South. Let me help you plan your trip with this list of kid friendly adventures right in downtown Memphis. Click to check out my Memphis list!
Welcome to Georgia
The State of Georgia is a beautiful green land full of history, adventure, and sights for visitors of all ages. Check out this list for more information about the places you need to add to your road trip list as you explore my Georgia.
St. Louis: A City of Free Activities
St. Louis, Missouri - Quit driving through and stop to see all it offers. With many free activities to be found in this city, it could be a very inexpensive family vacation for several busy days or a lengthy week-long stay. Check out my list of favorite free places and put it on your road trip list!
City Museum in St. Louis, Missouri: The Basics
The CIty Museum is the one not-free attraction that needs to be a must-see during your St. Louis trip. Wonderland. Fantasyland... No matter what you call it, this one-of-a-kind building deserves a whole day to fully enjoy it. Make the most of your day with these mom tips, cautionary tales, and ways to let explorers of all ages take part in the magic. It's a definite must see!
Oklahoma City: Five Best Family Attractions
As the largest city in Oklahoma, many southern road trips are going to take you through Oklahoma City. Don't just plan a quick drive through. There are so many places to explore that you should definitely plan to allow at least a couple of days in this city. Here is my top list as well as future places to check out.
Tulsa, Oklahoma: Two Must-See Family Destinations
Tulsa. It's not a big name tourist destination in northeast Oklahoma, but it should be with these two unique destinations. Reroute your road trip to explore my family's favorite playground and a breathtaking garden to create a day that all members of your family will enjoy.
A History Road Trip: Montgomery, Alabama
For any history buffs, Montgomery deserves a spot on your Alabama road trip itinerary. As the capital of the Confederacy and a leader in the Civil Rights Movement, there are significant historical places all over Montgomery. Give your family several days to explore and learn with this list of must-see sights.
Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site – Cartersville, Georgia
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.
National Civil War Naval Museum – Columbus, Georgia
Did you know there are only four ironclad from the Civil War left? And one of right here in Georgia! Designed around the artifacts, this building houses the CSS Jackson, the largest surviving Confederate warship. At more than 200 feet long, it’s remains are especially impressive when you step back to see the frame built to show its original size. Also present is other salvaged ship wreckage and replicas as well as weapons and equipment from the time. Leave time to explore the wall of detailed timeline of the Civil War; it’s enough in its own.