Vacations Made Easy offers several destination options perfect for a family-friendly Spring Break trip. Read below to find out about suggested spring break destinations, or visit our destinations page for a comprehensive list of links to cities offered through Vacations Made Easy. Need help planning your trip? Give us a call at 1-800-987-9852. We're here to make planning your vacation easy!
Although visitors may still need a jacket, Washington, D.C. is a great destination during spring break because of the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival, which is the biggest springtime celebration in America. This year is particularly exceptional since it marks the 100th anniversary of the Festival, and will feature the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade on April 13. There are, of course, numerous other attractions in DC such as Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in nearby Hanover, MD which offers guests a chivalrous show and dinner fit for a king. Click here to browse through available activities and attractions in Washington D.C. and the surrounding areas.
If there is a history buff in the family, Colonial Williamsburg is the perfect location for an educational and fun way to explore the ways of early America. Best of all, there are ticket options to fit any spring break schedule with a 1 or 3 day pass to Colonial Williamsburg. The pass includes access to points of interests such as Great Hopes Plantation, The Revolutionary City, The Governor’s Palace, and many more interesting historical sites. Browse through other available activities as well as available hotels in Williamsburg, Virginia by clicking this link.
San Francisco, California
San Francisco, the big city by the bay, is an ideal location for a spring break family trip with its numerous parks, museums, restaurants, and so much more! One great way to experience San Francisco is with the CityPASS which includes tickets to the San Francisco Bay Cruise, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Aquarium of the Bay, California Academy of Sciences, seven days' unlimited use of cable cars and Muni public transport, and special savings at select locations. If you want to learn more about San Francisco, click here.