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Delta Hotel Centre Ville Montreal

777 University Street, Montreal, Quebec

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Visited: 2012-06-01 | Submitted: 2013-04-16 15:10:11.0 | I traveled with big kids (6-8), tweens (9-12) and teens (13+)

Montreal Hotel with tons of ammenities for families

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The hotel is big and has recently undergone renovation. The Delta Centre-­Ville is located in the heart of downtown, at the crossroads of Old Montreal and the business district, Le Quartier international. Close by are the Palais des congres (Convention Centre), the Bell Centre and the Casino. The metro (subway) and underground pedestrian network can be accessed by the hotel.

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Free accommodation for children 17 and under when staying with a parent or guardian. “Eat for free” from the special children’s menu for children six and under. For children, ages seven to 12 years, “eat for half price” from the regular menu, or at list price from the special children’s menu.

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Montreal Biodome

4777 Pierre-de-Coubertin Ave., Montreal, Quebec

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Visited: 2012-06-01 | Submitted: 2013-04-16 15:05:33.0 | I traveled with little kids (3-5), big kids (6-8), tweens (9-12) and teens (13+)

The Biodome de Montreal is a must for any family traveling to Montreal.

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A visit here will take you through 4 different Ecosystems (Tropical Rainforest, Laurentian Maple Forest, Gulf of St. Lawrence, and Sub-Polar regions). Over 4,800 animals from 230 different species and 750 plant types co-exist in this space, making for a unique, fun and very educational experience.

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Within the same compound and a short walk away are the Insectarium, the Botanical Garden, and the Olympic Park with the Montreal Tower.

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New Orleans Museum Of Art

1 Collins C. Diboll Circle, New Orleans, Louisiana

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Visited: 2010-07-01 | Submitted: 2013-04-16 14:58:15.0 | I traveled with big kids (6-8), tweens (9-12) and teens (13+)

Kid-Friendly Art Museum in NOLA

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The Sculpture Garden has a wonderful collection of over fifty sculptures and is free to the public, 7 days a week (except holidays). The Art Museum has a wonderful collection with displays that really caught my kids; attention and curiosity. I believe it was a combination of two things: awesome work to talk about and admire and my children being at an age where they are curious enough to be interested in what they are seeing.

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The museum is free on Wednesdays.

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Audubon Zoo

6500 Magazine St, New Orleans, Louisiana

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Visited: 2010-07-01 | Submitted: 2013-04-16 14:40:07.0 | I traveled with tots (0-2), little kids (3-5), big kids (6-8), tweens (9-12) and teens (13+)

A true view of NOLA's natural wildlife.

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The Audubon Zoo was a destination that I had to convince my husband to check out. He wasn’t expecting much because, as he says, we already have one of the most amazing zoos in the world (the Bronx Zoo), and what could top that? Well, it is true that the Bronx Zoo is pretty amazing, but the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans is nothing to scoff at. From the minute you walk in you can tell this place is pretty cool. Colorful and fun, the zoo is captivating in many ways. From white tigers to Asian elephants, there was much to see and learn. We absolutely loved walking through the Louisiana Swamp Exhibit and ended our day at The Monkey Hill where the boys climbed rocks and the five-level tree house before cooling off in the wading pools.

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This attraction is part of New Orlean’s Audubon Nature Institute, which offers enough family activities to keep you and the kids entertained for a good two days at least. You can purchase tickets in various combination packages for more savings and better customization to your liking.

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Audubon Insectarium

423 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana

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Visited: 2010-07-01 | Submitted: 2013-04-16 14:25:14.0 | I traveled with little kids (3-5), big kids (6-8), tweens (9-12) and teens (13+)

A museum deicated to insects was the highlight of our family trip to NOLA!

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I do get totally creeped out by some bugs (like those in the roach exhibit), but am completely fascinated by others, like the butterflies and beetles. As for my three boys, this place was a delight! You can do tons here, from sitting down to watch Award Show, a high definition film featuring some of the museum’s best bug stars, to tasting buggy culinary treats in Bug Apetit, served to you by the Insecterium’s own bug chefs (if you feel oh-so-willing-to-try)!

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This attraction is part of New Orlean’s Audubon Nature Institute, which offers enough family activities to keep you and the kids entertained for a good two days at least. You can purchase tickets in various combination packages for more savings and better customization to your liking.

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