There are many different immersive experiences to choose from in Southern California – check out this great Family-Friendly list!
La Crescenta-Montrose is a neighborhood offering much in terms of family-friendly activities. Whether you’re looking for shopping options, a new public library to explore, or a different park to play at, you’ll find it in this 3.8-square-mile enclave of unincorporated Los Angeles.
Candy definitely makes the world a little sweeter. And here in Los Angeles, we’re surrounded by candy shops that offer it all — world famous candies, made-in-L.A. candies, super sour candies, super silly candies, and super chocolatey candies.
Check out our list of the Best Candy Stores In and Around Los Angeles to discover some new-to-you shops.
When it comes to exercise, we all want our kids to find something that they enjoy doing. Something that makes exercise feel more like play than work. That’s where Trampoline Parks come in. Whether your child is seriously interested in improving their trampoline skills, or you’re looking for a fun, out-of-the-ordinary, indoor activity for the whole family, you’re sure to find a Trampoline Park that offers what you’re looking for.
Glendale has something for everyone. Shopping, hiking, theatre, robots and more! Here is a list of nine family-friendly things to do in Glendale.
If all you know about Pasadena is that it’s home to the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Rose Bowl, you’re missing out. Pasadena has a lot to offer families. Science, books, arts, athletics — Pasadena has it all.
Nestled against the picturesque backdrop of the San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena, California, exudes an irresistible charm that effortlessly blends history, culture, and natural beauty. This vibrant city, located just a stone’s throw away from the bustling heart of Los Angeles, offers a unique blend of small-town intimacy and cosmopolitan sophistication.
Apple season generally begins on Labor Day weekend and generally extends through Thanksgiving weekend. An apple-picking trip is a fun, memorable way to spend the day!
Here in Southern California we may not experience fall quite like the rest of the country, but that doesn’t mean we are completely absent of slightly cooler weather and the changing color of leaves.
Who says we don’t have seasons in Southern California? They’re wrong; we do! Enjoy these Harvest Festivals this Fall!
San Pedro describes itself as a “Whale of a Town.” Part of the reason may be its proximity to the ocean where you may be able to view these magnificent creatures. Whether you explore in the water or just nearby the water, you’ll find plenty of fun (and inexpensive) things to do in San Pedro with kids.