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Recent Posts:  Page 34

Girl With a Pearl Earring Opens at High Museum of Art

This summer, Atlanta’s High Museum (a CityPASS attraction) is offering visitors plenty of compelling reasons to come inside and beat the summer heat. Dutch masterpieces, riveting photographs of the civil rights struggle, and drawings by Atlanta’s contemporary artists highlight this summer’s engaging lineup. Located in Midtown Atlanta's arts and business district, the High has grown from its origins at a stately home on Peachtree Street, to become the leading art museum in the southeastern United States. It has more than 13,000 works of art in its permanent collection, and is well known for supporting and collecting works by Southern artists. read more »

Fun in the Sun: Free Summer Concerts in NYC

Summer’s the time in New York City to get out of your hotel room, out onto the streets and into the parks and other outdoor venues to enjoy the sights and hear the sounds of the countless concerts and festivals that seem to be taking place in every corner of the Big Apple. Here’s a short list of summertime fests where the sound is as big as the city. And better yet (most of) the fests are free! read more »

Island Hopping, New England Style

I grew up in New England, and some of my best childhood memories are from summer vacations by the shore: playing on sandy beaches, having clambakes at sunset, catching fireflies at twilight, taking hikes through the woods, picnicking in grassy fields, and taking ferry boat rides across the harbor. While I’ll never get those precious sun-drenched childhood days back (don’t we all wish we could!), I can help my own kids create seashore memories like these on a day trip or camping trip to the Boston Harbor Islands, a group of islands and peninsulas just off the coast of Massachusetts. read more »

Interview With Manhattan Walking Tour Founder: 'I Am NYC. NYC Is Me.'

Want to feel like a “real” New Yorker? Then break out your best walking shoes and hit the street. But where should you go? And what should you do? That’s where a great walking tour guide comes in handy. And one of the best is Garry Zafrani, founder of Manhattan Walking Tour. A native of Brooklyn, the 60-something Zafrani grew up in New York City and loves every inch of it. That’s why he decided to share his love of his hometown on foot. And that’s why he heads out on a daily basis with a small group of visitors to share the joy of discovering the many sights, sounds, tastes and complex history New York has to offer. CityPASS had a chance to visit with Garry, a man who can really talk the walk when it comes to the Big Apple. read more »

The Exploratorium Settling Into PIER 15

Since 1969, San Francisco’s Exploratorium (a CityPASS attraction) has been an icon for the inquisitive and a beacon for brainstormers. Known for being one of San Francisco's best museums and one of the world’s top science education centers, The Exploratorium has enthralled millions of visitors over the decades with its hands-on exhibits exploring biology, physics, human interaction and the environment. Founded by famed physicist Frank Oppenheimer, The Exploratorium had been located on the grounds of San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts — an idyllic location with a reflecting pond, swans, walking trails and parks. read more »

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