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Continued: New ideas for traveling with older family members

  • Article by: LYNN O and AMP;#X2019;ROURKE HAYES , Dallas Morning News
  • Last update: September 6, 2013 - 1:40 PM

Many other museums, zoos and local attractions will provide free or lower-cost admissions to celebrate these special relationships.

Contact the local tourism board or chamber of commerce at your destination to ask about special packages or programs.

(springfieldmo.org)

Take a multigenerational journey: Trek to Nepal (children under 50 pounds can hike or be carried) or explore Mayan mysteries in Belize with this travel company that specializes in creating multigenerational adventures.

Journey guides are specially trained to tend to the needs of all age groups.

(1-800-255-8735; journeys.travel)

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