LEGACY SHOW: Family Vacations in the Northeast of America
This is one of our earliest shows on terrestrial radio. The show was produced under our old brand name.
In this episode, Ian and Tonya have some vacation tips for families – some affordable destinations in Northeast America that are easy to get to, and are just a quick drive from Washington DC.
In this segment, find out about Williamsburg Virginia. It’s rich in history, but it’s also rich in family fun. Ian and Tonya will fill you in on the best water parks and family activities. Williamsburg is likely best known for its tourist attractions and historical sites. Colonial Williamsburg is the main attraction here; it is essentially a living history museum that portrays the customs and culture of colonial America in the 18th century. The Governor’s Palace, Virginia’s first capitol building, the Peyton Randolph House, the College of William & Mary, and Bruton Parish Church—the nation’s oldest continuously operating church—are all noteworthy attractions in this historic area.
It’s the ideal location for a break and relaxation because of its therapeutic thermal waters and distinctive spas. Berkeley Springs is known for its world-class recreation, but it also has a thriving, nationally recognized art scene, a wide range of food options, two regional craft breweries, and unique stores with something for everyone. Find out all about Berkeley Springs in the Shenandoah Valley Americas Original Spa Capital. Ian and Tonya have the scoop on some great deals in the area. Plus, there’s a lot more going on than chocolate in Hershey Pennslyvania for family fun!
Philadelphia and Ocean City
Ian and Tonya have info on more family hot spots, and great activity ideas in the Northwest, including Philadelphia, Virginia Beach, Ocean City, and the Jersey Shore.
Go to these destinations and enjoy a great vacation in Northeast America.