Kennedy Space Center Travel Tips The last full day of our Florida trip was spent visiting the Kennedy Space Center. It is about an hour-long drive from the resorts and theme park area of Orlando. … [Read more...]
More disability and sensory friendly travel tips:
Travel tips for the family traveling with disabled children. I try to get all the information you need to have a relaxing experience.
Sensory Friendly and Disability Travel
For each place we visit, I'll share:
- sensory and noise related information
- food options, including allergy, gf etc.
- how to save money on this outing
- best times to avoid crowds
- how accessible I find it to be
- and much more!
Disability Travel Reviews
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FREE Lifetime National Parks Pass Did you know that individuals with disabilities are entitled to a free lifetime pass to our National Park system? Well, they are. So get one! I love our national … [Read more...]
Sesame Place Travel TipsWe are super fans of Sesame Place. We have been there so many times I can't even count. I've learned so many Sesame Place travel tips and tricks along the way. Some of them … [Read more...]
The White House Easter Egg Roll I did not get tickets to the White House Easter Egg Roll this year. Yes, I actually applied. I did not apply last year. But I had a change of heart. The first time we … [Read more...]
Fun Farms for Kids to Visit We just love visiting farms. Both of my kids love seeing animals, Kevin in particular. He loves to see them, pet them and it helps us help him with language. He can say … [Read more...]
When my youngest turned 5, my mother-in-law and I took the two boys on Amtrak to New York City. It was to celebrate my Brian's birthday, to check off an item on my travel bucket list for them and most … [Read more...]