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Splendid Spooky Spiders at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Splendid Spooky Spiders at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

October 20, 2011 No Comments Just in time for Halloween, spinning webs that must be seen, they gather there just like a coven, knitting silk intricately woven… The splendid spooky spiders are back at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County! For a limited time (now through November 6), this special exhibit features a walk-through pavilion where spiders spin ...

 

The Hollywood Bowl – A Treat for the Whole Family

The Hollywood Bowl – A Treat for the Whole Family

October 15, 2011 1 Comment Whether you’re visiting Los Angeles or a long time Southern California resident, your children will love experiencing some of the finest music in the world at the Hollywood Bowl. This outdoor concert venue is one of the best known attractions in greater Los Angeles, and it’s perfect for kids of all ages, and has a ...

 

5 Top Los Angeles Museums for Families

5 Top Los Angeles Museums for Families

August 6, 2011 1 Comment From dinosaurs, mammoths and saber-toothed cats, to human inventions, life cycles, the sun and planets, to beautiful works of art, Los Angeles is a mecca for museum enthusiasts. The following five museums (listed alphabetically) are some of the best Los Angeles has to offer families, engaging and entertaining every age group. Come visit them for ...

 

La Jolla California –  A Jewel of a Town for Families

La Jolla California – A Jewel of a Town for Families

December 6, 2010 No Comments La Jolla, Spanish for jewel, is more than just a suburb of San Diego. Only fifteen minutes from San Diego proper, it features lovely beaches, pleasant dining spots, and a number of fun tourist attractions. The town also holds the relatively small, family friendly Stephen Birch Aquarium and Museum, and the longtime home of the ...

 

Santa Barbara Sights – Children’s Delights

Santa Barbara Sights – Children’s Delights

November 17, 2010 No Comments Many travelers come to Santa Barbara for the gourmet restaurants or the incredible setting that stretches from the blue mountains to the bluer-still Pacific ocean in this lovely coastal town just under two hours from Los Angeles. We’ve come for many reasons – to attend a concert at the beautiful downtown art deco theater, the ...

 

Catalina Island Family Crusin’

Catalina Island Family Crusin’

November 17, 2010 No Comments Catalina Island fun starts with the ferry ride from the California main land from San Pedro, Marina Del Rey, or Newport Beach, California. If you’re a Southern California native, Catalina cruising is a ritual of sorts, everyone does it, and seemingly everyone brings their children along for the ride. If you’re visiting the area, this ...

 

Santa Monica – LA’s Seaside Children’s Paradise

Santa Monica – LA’s Seaside Children’s Paradise

November 16, 2010 No Comments Los Angeles is a city with many communities, and each of them house many great family attractions. But Santa Monica may very well top the list of kid-friendly destinations in the LA basin – it’s a children’s paradise with fun museums, great parks, and a fantastic Ferris Wheel. That Ferris Wheel stands on the Santa ...

 

Joshua Tree National Park, The Integraton and Pioneertown

Joshua Tree National Park, The Integraton and Pioneertown

November 8, 2010 1 Comment Located not far from Palm Springs, CA in the Mojave Desert, Joshua Tree National Park offers an awesome escape and an other-worldly look that will be sure to fascinate children of all ages. From the trees themselves with their up-reaching, arm like branches to the ochre rocks in mysterious shapes scattered throughout the desert, the scenery is ...

 

San Clemente, San Onofre, San Juan Capistrano, California

San Clemente, San Onofre, San Juan Capistrano, California

November 8, 2010 No Comments South of Los Angeles you’ll find beach towns beginning with “San,” Spanish for saint. Our favorite saint destinations for family outings are the beach at San Onofre, the small seaside town of San Clemente, and the well known mission and historic town of San Juan Capistrano. San Clemente is a charming, laid back sort of ...

 

Carmel, California

Carmel, California

November 3, 2010 No Comments No, the town is not where they make caramels. No, they don’t have camels there, either. These were some of the questions asked when we first hit this picturesque California seaside town, a few years back, my family sharing a trip with another family, small children looking forward to the famous 17 mile drive as ...

 

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