Travel To Go San Diego Reviews Fun Family Vacation Destinations

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Virginia Beach, Virginia

The beaches are wonderful (and plentiful!) in Virginia. The waves that roll in from the Atlantic are much higher and conducive to surfing than the waves on most other East Coast beaches. Moreover, the boardwalks, restaurants, and nightlife in Virginia Beach are second to none.

Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is the biggest airport in the U.S. so flights to the ATL are frequent and cheap. It’s a great place to take kids — you can take in the Coca-Cola Museum (pictured) and the nation’s largest aquarium all in the same block. While you’re in the area, cool off by walking through the fountains at Centennial Olympic Park. If you want some outdoor adventure, you can rent a canoe and sail right through town on the Chattahoochee River. Travel just a few minutes east of the city and you’ll encounter Stone Mountain, the Mount Rushmore of the South. Ride the tram to the top and see all of Atlanta on a clear day. Pockets empty? Not to worry, there’s lot to do for free in Atlanta. Explore the Fernabank Science Center or the Governor’s Mansion. Take in a little bit of history with free tour of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birth home or the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum.

Branson, Missouri

Branson is an unassuming vacation destination with small-town charm and big-city entertainment in the heart of the Ozark Mountains. Millions of visitors come each year to see a show at any of the 50 theaters and enjoy outdoor fun on the lake.

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