Summer is great but sometimes gets boring for kids without plans. Los Angeles is full of opportunities during the warmer months, offering everything from various stage productions to special exhibits offered at certain museums to places where hiking has never been better.
Every parent is familiar with hearing their child say “I’m bored.” Fortunately for you Los Angeles holds the cure to this dread malady.
Griffith Park is Los Angeles’ grand recreational center with more than 4,000 acres of family attractions.
Read on for five fun outlets to enjoy as a family that are free, cheap or employ creative ways around steep admission charges.
This is a museum-heavy list that you can show to people who say LA is all flash and no culture. Free cultural exposure for the people!
If you have a train-lover in your family, then you’ll love visiting Travel Town. Ride the miniature train, explore all the vintage locomotives, and enjoy a day out as a family.
Imagine a place where you can climb aboard an actual steam locomotive — some built as far back as 1864.
If your view of fatherhood is colored and painted solely by what you see on television you might think that our role is limited to serving as provider/disciplinarian or bumbling fool. While there is always […]
More than 150 cars, trucks, motorcycles and more are displayed across the four floors that encompass this 300,000 square-foot Petersen Auto Museum.