This summer, San Francisco offers a variety of fun things to do with kids, all free.
Listen to world music, watch circus, theater and dance performances, walk across the Golden Gate Bridge, explore two museums about ships and the Gold Rush, at SFMOMA see “The Chronicles of San Francisco” mural (look for the unicorn), take an easy hike around Lands End.
Collioure’s yearly Anchovy Festival is delightful! We watched a colorful Catalan boat parade around the harbor, looked at pictures of Collioure painted by children, ate fresh-grilled anchovies, and bought anchovy-themed souvenirs.
Fifty years ago, on July 20, 1969, the United States landed a spacecraft on the moon. This summer, visit museums to see rockets, lunar capsules, modules and rovers, and read books about space exploration and incredible adventure of going to the moon.
Many world-famous artworks are located in the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. Highlights includes artworks by Vincent van Gogh, Monet, Vermeer, Rembrandt, da Vinci, Raphael, famous American artists. And the museum is free.
Planning a trip to Tokyo with kids, at first it might seem more difficult than visiting other foreign cities. We don’t read Japanese, how can we order in restaurants? I’ve heard about toilets that squirt water. How do we buy tickets for the subway and get around Tokyo? Here’s answers to those questions and more.
A yearly event for over 35 years in Petaluma, the theme of Butter & Egg Days Parade is cows and chickens. Little girls are dressed as fluffy yellow chicks, people wear striped bee or black and white cow costumes, parade participants include local junior high and high school kids, businesses such as dairy products, egg farmers, plus old fashioned trucks and classic cars.