Learn more about the elegant yet reserved Elizabeth Kortright Monroe in my new Booking It Through History: First Ladies post!
Category: 10 and up
Hollywood Cemetery (Richmond)
Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia is the final resting spot for two US Presidents. Read my new review to plan a visit to this picturesque spot along the James River.
Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona)
Planning a family trip to the Grand Canyon? Read my new post for tips and recommendations to make the most of your time at this must-see natural wonder!
Royal Air Force Museum (London)
A great day trip from London for your little airplane enthusiast is the Royal Air Force Museum. Make sure to visit during any trip to London!
Smithsonian Museums along the National Mall (Washington, DC)
Planning a trip to DC but overwhelmed? Read my new review to plan your family's time at the amazing Smithsonian museums along the National Mall!
Booking It Through History: First Ladies – The Jefferson Ladies
Thomas Jefferson, our third president, was a widower so his daughter filled in as acting First Lady during his presidency. Learn more about her and her mother - both named Martha! - in my new Booking It Through History: First Ladies post.
James Monroe Museum (Virginia)
Visit the James Monroe Museum to see amazing artifacts from our fifth president and his extraordinary life! Located in the quaint town of Fredericksburg, VA, it makes a great stop on the way to Washington, DC.
The British Museum (London)
One of the largest museum in the world is The British Museum. It can be kid-friendly with the right plan. Read my new review about seeing the Rosetta Stone and all of the amazing artifacts there.
Booking It Through History: First Ladies – Abigail Adams
Learn all about our nation's second First Lady - and the first to live in the White House. Abigail Adams was a woman ahead of her time. Read about her life, legacy, and how to walk in her footsteps in my new Booking It Through History: First Ladies post!
Virginia Black History
February is Black History Month, which is a great time to visit these favorite historical spots in Virginia. With over four hundred years of history, there are many important sites in the Commonwealth!