NYC Subway – Some History and Fun Facts

The NYC Subway is one of the easiest ways to get around New York City and one of the most cost effective ways of getting from place to place.

The NYC Subway deserves a place on this site simply because it was surprisingly easy to take the children on the subway, and get to where we needed to go on our family vacations destinations. We used this system of travel with the same zeal that we used the Washington DC Metro. Both systems are…

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Empire State Building – Fun Facts and Some Fun History

The Empire State Building is one of the most popular building in the world. It is featureed in many movies and can be visited by tourists daily.

The Empire State Building is one of the most popular landmarks in the whole world.  Thanks to a number of movies filmed in the skyscraper, the Empire State has become one of the places to go to for lovers and families alike. William F. Lamb designed the building. He produced the design drawings in just…

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M&Ms World : New York City Travel With Kids

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If you are looking for a tourist attraction in New York City that’s full of fun, excitement and sensory overload, then look no father. M&Ms World New York City is such a fun place to visit! Brimming with one-of-a-kind signature M & M’s merchandise and candy of every imaginable size, shape, flavor and color, this…

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Greenflea Market New York City Travel With Kids

The greenflea market in New York City is one of the first open-air markets to operate and thrive in Uptown Manhattan. It is open on Sundays.

New York City is a haven for shoppers and home to many street fairs, parades, festivals, celebrations, exhibitions, and outdoor markets. The GreenFlea Market is a unique and fun alternative from the usual commercial areas. It is located at 410 Columbus Avenue between West 76 and 77 Streets on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.…

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Grand Central Terminal : New York City Travel With Kids

The Grand Central Terminal in New York City - also know as The Grand Central Station - the world’s largest terminal station with 44 platforms and 67 tracks

This train station, which is sometimes inaccurately called Grand Central Station is located on 42nd and Park right in heart of midtown. It is by far the world’s largest terminal station with 44 platforms and 67 tracks. The confusion about its name is because the old post office and rail station previously in the same spot were named “Grand…

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