Kids Pick Favourite Vacation Destination – And the Winner is…Niagara Falls!

Parents, listen up! It’s that time of the year again. School is getting out for the summer and the little ones are all over the place. As a parent choosing the perfect travel destination for the entire family can be a challenge. After all, mom and dad need some major relaxation, while the offspring won’t hear nothing of it. So, what is a parent to do? Highlights, a popular children’s magazine comes to the rescue by sharing top 10 vacation destinations most kids would like to visit. Here are the top 10.

1. Niagara Falls

2. Top Secret Upside Down White House (Wisconsin)

3. Myrtle Beach

4. The Statue of Liberty

5. Florida Keys

6. The International UFO Museum and Research Center (New Mexico)

7. The White House

8. Yellowstone National Park

9. The Grand Canyon

10. The World’s Largest Ball of Twine (Kansas)

Niagara Falls is one of the most visited places in the world and is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after family destinations. Some travel packages include Niagara Falls tours and attractions such as The Bird Aviary where kids can touch exotic birds and explore mystical jungles. But the oldest and most popular Niagara Falls Canada attraction is the Maid of the Mist boat ride which takes passengers to see the immense power of the falls at Niagara Falls Ontario Canada.  Children and their parents can also enjoy watching a historical film at the Niagara Falls IMAX theater, or ride to the top of Skylon tower for an unsurpassable view of the falls. The Niagara Daredevil Exhibit is also a hit with children of all ages.

Looking at the list of most popular travel destinations, children prefer landscapes perfect for exploring. It’s no surprise that three of the top 10 choices are national parks. These natural wonders showcase the beauty and wilderness of this country. The Grand Canyon National Park alone attracts nearly 5 million visitors each year who enjoy a variety of Grand Canyon tours and attractions.

Summer is the perfect time to explore the U.S. with the kids. See more sights. Soak in more sun. But most importantly, share more smiles and make some memories.

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