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Boston With Kids

My home city of Boston is one of my favorite places on Earth. The spring and fall are especially beautiful. The spring is when the city emerges from its dark, dreary winter. You can almost feel the optimism in the air as the city streets are filled with tourists and residents soaking up the warm spring air.

In the fall, Boston becomes the quintessential college city. With gorgeous fall leaves and a crispness to the air, Boston is a fabulous place to visit.

Thinking of visiting Boston with kids? We have loads of posts with activities to do, including family museums, shows, and other activities to enjoy.

Taking the Train From Boston to NYC

Families living in Boston and the surrounding area are lucky to be so close to NYC. With world-class museums, delicious restaurants, amazing culture, and fantastic shopping, there’s so much to do in NYC with kids. Luckily, taking the train from Boston to NYC is easy, so you don’t even have to drive to visit for …

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Day Trips From Boston For Families

Boston is so centrally located in New England. It’s the perfect spot for a family vacation because you’ll be able to see a wide variety of family attractions, including cultural and historic spots. In addition, you can stay at a hotel in Boston and take several different day trips – seeing different attractions and maybe …

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Boston to New York Transportation Options

We love visiting New York City, and it is so easy to access from Boston. There are lots of Boston to New York transportation options, including the bus from Boston to NYC, Amtrak train from Boston to NYC, flights (from Delta, JetBlue, and others), and driving. Over the years, we’ve experienced most of them with …

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Review of Plimoth Plantation

In the 17th Century, the English settled in a small colony in Plymouth, MA. Now a living history museum, Plimoth Plantation includes a Wampanoag home site, a traditional 1627 English Village, and a craft center. If you are visiting Boston or Cape Cod, it’s definitely worth stopping by – my kids absolutely loved it! Planning …

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