Philadelphia is a natural fit for families with excellent activities from the National Constitution Center to baseball. Last Spring Break, my kids and I took a road trip to Philly — I wrote about our trip and activities in Philadelphia for kids on our blog.
This all-American city did not disappoint. It’s educational and entertaining for all ages. Dana Rebmann, one of Ciao Bambino’s travel writers, is from Philadelphia and wrote an article on her favorite Philadelphia attractions with kids.
Top Activities for Kids in Philadelphia – voted by parents
Best Kid-friendly Hotels in Philadelphia – voted by parents
Some of our star Philadelphia families are some fun-loving mom bloggers and they’ve assembled their list of recommendations that no visiting or local families should miss.
Mara brings you her list of Off the Beaten Path Kid Activities in Philadelphia. This mom got bit by the travel bug early in life and has not stopped traveling even after having two boys, now 4 and 7. In fact, when their eldest was just one, they visited 6 states, 3 countries and 2 continents. Read about their family’s adventures and admire her wonderful photos on Mother of all Trips.
Lynn, a Philly mom of a tween and a teen, knows exactly where to head to keep them engaged and excited. Here’s her family’s list of favorite Teen-friendly Activities in Philadelphia. Lynn is the mom behind For Love Or Funny where she keeps a light-hearted view of life as a parent. Amidst her humor are some gems of wisdom.
Heading to Philly with young kids? Melissa is your go to mom with her list of Top 10 Things to Do in Philly with Young Kids. Melissa is the voice behind Girlymama where she brings us the inside scoop about products that young moms would be interested in. From shoes to food to places to visit, Girlymama will tell you what she thinks and give you opportunities to win some trendy fashion and gear.
Linda has a wonderful guide for visiting Historic Philadelphia by foot with Kids. This is a mom extraordinaire who has traveled through big and small towns all the country with her 4 kids. If you need advice about how to have a lifestyle of travel with a large family, she’s your go-to gal. Follow her adventures on her fantastic blog: Travels With Children
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