Museum of Aviation, Warner Robbins, Georgia

A few weeks ago, we took a day trip to the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robbins, Georgia, which is the second largest museum in the United States Air Force. This was very exciting for my boys who have learned a great deal about military aircraft in their digital games and for my husband, who is … Continue reading Museum of Aviation, Warner Robbins, Georgia

Dauset Trails Nature Center

Note: This column was published in the Barrow Journal on January 20, 2016. If you feel like an adventure, consider a drive down to Jackson, Georgia to explore Dauset Trails Nature Center, a private, non-profit center whose mission is to provide environmental education, outdoor recreation and an understanding of early farm life. It has 1400 acres … Continue reading Dauset Trails Nature Center

Natural History Museum at Georgia College

Note: This column was published in the Barrow Journal in October 2015. If you have young children, they may not be old enough to appreciate Georgia’s history or the beautiful homes you can tour along the Antebellum Trail, but you may be able to sneak some of that in on a day trip to the Natural … Continue reading Natural History Museum at Georgia College

Greenville County Museum of Art

On one spontaneous morning, we decided to drive to Greenville, South Carolina and visit their Children's Museum. We didn't know much about Greenville at the time or how much we'd love it. (We're definitely going back!) Right next to the Children's Museum was the county's art museum, and it was open one hour later than … Continue reading Greenville County Museum of Art