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As long as you’re all music lovers, there’s something here for everyone.Get there when your kids are: Tweens/Teens More info:9.Hop the St Charles streetcar to the lovely Garden District and the Audubon Zoo (say hi to the rare white tiger).Get there when your kids are: Preschoolers/Early gradeschoolers More info: 5.Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Why you’ve got to go: From bayou blues to Beatlemania to heavy metal to hip hop, your budding Bieber or Taylor Swift wannabe will have a blast walking through the halls of rock history.This glass-walled museum is filled with fun memorabilia (view Michael Jackson’s sequined glove and a Lady Gaga dress), cool concert films (now playing U2 3D) and interactive exhibits (don headphones to hear interviews and performances).

In a great list compiled by Today Parents, here are 40 places you should try to check out with the kids before they are grown! Grand Canyon Why you’ve got to go: Do we really need to convince you?Yellowstone is also a great place to spot wildlife: Bison, elk, bears, wolves and Bighorn Sheep all hang out here.Get there when your kids are: Gradeschoolers More info:nps.gov/yell 3.Freedom Trail Why you’ve got to go: Boston is the birthplace of the American Revolution!Kids will have so much such fun following this 2 ½-mile red-brick road, they won’t even realize it’s “educational.” What to do: Pick up a self-guided map from any visitors center, and start the trail at Boston Commons (Redcoats camped here), passing Granary Burying Grounds (see graves of John Hancock, Sam Adams and Paul Revere), the Boston Massacre Site, and Paul Revere’s House.

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