Last Updated on March 11, 2020
It is a really interactive place where you can listen to real-life stories of spies, get acquainted with amazing spy tools, and even play simulation games where you can play the president and make decisions based on the intelligence reports you receive.
At the beginning of this year, the museum reopened the Operation Secret Sleepover, an experience where kids aged nine to thirteen get to sleep in the museum with their parents and go on special spy missions. Compare flight prices and try to get yourself a nice deal.
6. San Diego – for kids who love animals
At the San Diego Zoo, you will be able to observe more than 3,500 endangered and rare animals – from afar or up close. Also, the kids will be able to enjoy a very large themed playground, and as a family, you can all go on a hop-on-hop-off bus and do a guided tour.
35 miles northeast of the zoo there is a Safari Park where you can observe wildlife in their natural habitats.
7. Chicago – for kids who love planes and trains
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Book this trip in advance to get the cheapest fares and visit Chicago in mid-August, when the Air and Water Show is taking place.
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels and U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will be making aerial demonstrations, and this can be quite a thrilling event for anyone who loves planes.
The waterfront show lasts for two days and it is free, but you can always embark on the Odyssey Cruises for a more unique experience. You can also visit the Museum of Science and Industry to learn a bit more about airplanes and to experience a flight simulation.
If you are more of a train person, you will enjoy this museum as well, since it houses The Great Train Story model train exhibit, where you can look at the Pioneer Zephyr diesel-electric train, from 1934.