39. Sanibel Island
you’ve got to go: This island is an escape from the crowded tourist hotspots like Orlando, Tampa, and Miami. After a week of exploring, scale back by relaxing and worrying only about what type of seafood your family will have for dinner that night.
What to do: Scout for seashells along the shore, go for a swim in the waves, walk along the pier, and go boating. Grab a book, a bucket, and a shovel for the perfect day at the beach. The lighthouse is picturesque and temperatures usually over around a nice low 80 degrees. When you want to be more active, you can go for walks, Segway tours, and bike rides.
Get there when kids are: Up to 18 years old
More info: http://www.sanibelisland.com/
40. Glazer Children’s Museum
you’ve got to go: Young children will love all the hands-on and vibrant activities created for them in mind. This museum is totally dedicated to kids and has a solid understanding of how the brain of a child works.
What to do: Visit on themed days that will have children dancing, singing, laughing, and playing as they learn about nature and problem solving. There are weekly camps, labs, and sections devoted to making math and technology cool. The galaxy exhibit is also very popular among the little ones, especially during May – when it’s Star Wars themed.
Get there when kids are: Up to 12 years old
More info: https://glazermuseum.org/