Let’s just say that preparing to go to the White House is worse than flying a plane these days. Not that our president should be unsafe, but…
If you’re planning a trip to Washington D.C., you probably want to go to the White House. It’s free, historical and exclusive! It’s hard to get in.
In its day (1832-1935), the Lower East Side (LES) was the largest Jewish community in North America. The Lower East Side is defined as from the East River to South Street Seaport, from Broadway to Lafayette to 14th Street. This was in an era where there was no Tribeca, no SOHO. The LES has always […]
The American Natural History Museum is so immense you just can’t see it in one visit. Or two. Or three. So here are 7.5 ways to explore it with your kids!
1. PICK AN EXHIBIT
Whether you choose a special exhibit or a permanent one, pick one and explore it in depth. Given the high […]
For a state that relies heavily on tourism, it’s not surprising there are a lot of factory tours to pull in the tourists. Here are a few to consider:
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
I wrote a long review of this revered mecca for this frozen, gourmet, hip treat. Read it here. Note that […]
When we told people we were going to Vermont, they all asked “are you going to Ben & Jerry’s?” And given how much I love factory tours, we went.
The tour was really short. After watching a sanitized (but cute) several minute video, we went into a viewing area above the production floor. Though […]
Tutankhamun Coffin © Andreas F. Voegelin, Antikenmuseum Basel and Sammlung Ludwig
**KING TUT OPENS IN ST. PAUL, MN ON FEBRUARY 18, RUNNING THROUGH SEPTEMBER 5, 2011. FOR DISCOUNT CODES AND TICKETS TO ST. PAUL KING TUT EXHIBIT, CLICK HERE.
When I saw the King Tut exhibit in San Francisco last year, I left the […]