19 Places That Will Make Your Kid’s Dreams Come True
Located in King’s Cross Station, the very train station Harry himself used to get to Hogwarts, this magical store sells wands, spell books, authentic Hogwart’s uniforms and everything else your little wizard could ever want.
Fans of the famously inquisitive monkey will love the world’s only Curious George store. Check their website to learn about story time events and when George himself will be dropping by.
At this Ninja themed restaurant ninjas jump through walls, do fire and knife tricks, and oh yeah, serve you Japanese food.
Check out iconic toys from throughout history including this year’s legendary inductee, the rubber duck.
Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and the rest of the gang can be found at this theme park based on Sesame Street. “Sunny day, sweeping the clouds away…”
Visitors watch “mother cabbages” give birth to Cabbage Patch dolls delivered by a team of nurses and doctors. Parents might find the experience surreal, but kids love it, especially if they’re allowed to adopt one of the dolls.
Have a yabba dabba doo time at this theme park based on The Flintstones!
Cowboys and cowgirls can pan for gold, ride a pony, or watch a shoot-out unfold on Main Street, which is a replica of the one in 1880s Dodge City.
It’s located at the very train station that the Brown family originally found everyone’s favorite marmalade loving bear in a duffle coat.
Chocolate loving kids (basically all of them) can see how chocolate is made, create their own candy bar, and sample the deliciousness. Drool.
Kids love “miniland,” which features models of landmarks from around the world made out of millions of Lego bricks. Parents love not stepping on any of them.
Set your gamer loose in over ten thousand square feet of the coolest games and memorabilia, plus a recently opened video game museum.
It’s eighteen roller coasters are more than any theme park in the world.
Reptile loving kids can get up and personal with hundreds of alligators, cheer on brave alligator wrestlers, or even ride a zip line over a pool filled with gators!
Home to more than 35 different breeds of horses, this working farm and theme park is all about the horse, of course.
No one ever says, “Don’t touch that!” at this interactive museum for kids.
Did the US government really cover up a crashed alien spacecraft in Roswell back in 1947? Take your alien obsessed kid here and find out!