Having weathered college tours with three kids from upstate New York and New England to Colorado and California, I think a little pet therapy may be just the thing
Boston has long been a city synonymous with history and sports, and while the Patriots and Tom Brady have had quite a successful decade, if you ask any sports fan in Boston who the number one team is, they will emphatically let you know this is a Red Sox town.
The Kid's Guides are pocket-sized books for kids ages 6-12 and chock full of tips from kids in the know
Featured on ABCNews.com: The Kids Guide to Boston
Welcome to Boston’s Freedom Trail, the 2.5-mile-long route over cobble-stoned streets that lets you travel back in time to when Boston was still a colony and people argued about what to do about the increasingly difficult demands from the king of England.
All about visiting Boston with kids. Eileen is interviewed on Rudy Maxa's weekly radio show.
At the Denver Art Museum you can borrow a backpack. These days you’ll find plenty of activities to engage kids and the adults who accompany them to art museums across the country
There may be 21st-century LED holiday lights all over Boston, but we’ve time-traveled back to 1773 — Dec. 16, 1773 to be exact — the night that literally changed the course of American history.
Perfect timing with the World Series! Boston as a fall getaway destination. All the history. Eileen segment on Foxnews.com.
Looking for a mind-boggling experience on a rainy day? The MIT Museum is just the place to visit. Tucked away at 265 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, this nifty museum offers a closer look at the technological wonders of science and engineering.