Iconic Must-Sees for the Family

  • Independence National Historical Park

    Philadelphia's Liberty Bell Helps Make History Come Alive

    Independence Hall in Philadephia is the awe-inspiring site where the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were both debated and adopted.  The famous Liberty Bell is nearby.   

    Photo courtesy of basykes

  • Take the children to see the St. Louis Arch and they won't forget it

    St. Louis Arch becomes Iconic Memory for Kids

    The St. Louis Arch is defining as a midwestern landmark.

    Photo courtesy of Samdogs

  • Walk onto the Golden Gate and you'll never forget the view or the sensation

    Walking out onto the Golden Gate Bridge is an Adventure for Kids, Parents

    It's big, it's red, and it's been declared one of the modern wonders of the world by the American Society of Civil Engineers.   A special parking lot on the south end allows easy access for pedestrians - a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see this architectural wonder up close.  Warning: passing clouds overhead can cause quite an illusion of movement!

    Photo courtesy of Salim Virji

  • Office and Home of the President of the United States

    White House Needs Little Explanation; Kids Understand Who Lives There

    The White House, in all its glory, is but one of the exciting American icons your family will enjoy seeing in Washington, D.C.  Our nation's capital is brimming with landmarks the kids will recognize:  a way to make them feel really special on vacation. 

    Photo courtesy of MCS@flickr