Tag Archives: history

GUEST POST: Mt. Vernon

Sometimes when you are writing and posting online, it is hard to know if your words are having any impact. So, it is ALWAYS nice to hear back from readers that they are enjoying the blog and using the info. … Continue reading

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Quick Guide to the American History Museum…with Kids

For most families, even those with museum fever, the sheer logistics of a trip can be hard to overcome. I’ve been keeping a running list on Your Family Adventures in Washington, D.C. of stroller access and good places to feed/change … Continue reading

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Disney “Planes” Inspired Museum Visit

If you are looking for ways to engage your kids in a museum visit, you have a lot of options. You can let them be exhibit critics, bring some surprises with you or take strength in numbers. Something else that … Continue reading

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Visiting a Museum From the Comfort of Home

So, it is going to snow tonight.  A lot, according to the weather guys, and there is going to be ice and sleet too.  This is on top of the “a lot” we’ve already had this year.  The commuters aren’t … Continue reading

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Locally Sourced Culture

I came back from the Virginia Association of Museums (VAM) Conference full of energy and ideas and ready to share them with you.  Then, somehow, this month just galloped away from me!  However, I am still super excited about what … Continue reading

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