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US Landmarks Your Kids Won't Find Completely Boring (States M & N)

By Meghan Gesswein |

With summertime fast approaching, and many kids already enjoying the long break from school, many families are deep in the process of planning an upcoming vacation. The problem, I’ve found, is that many times parents plan vacations around what they think their kids will enjoy, but don’t stop to consider what their kids will actually enjoy.

Most kids have absolutely zero interest in perusing the birthplaces of past Presidents (oh look! An old chair…and an ancient broom!) but would be interested in visiting sites that have some kid appeal…like a retired Navy submarine or a Civil War battleground where they can act out the battles and get lost in their imaginations.

With that in mind, I gathered a list of some US Historical Landmarks that have the possibility of holding their interest, which will ensure that everyone has a lovely vacation.

And don’t miss my recommendations for states A-L here and states O-W here!

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Interesting US Historic Landmarks (States M & N)

Maine

Grace Bailey
A two-masted schooner built in 1882, she sailed the world carrying goods, including granite used to construct NY's Grand Central Station. Now docked in Camden, Maine the Grace Bailey is available for 2 and 5-day cruises.
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Meghan Gesswein

Meghan Gesswein is a stay at home mom to three boys. Most of the time. Meghan is extremely active online, and writes for the ever growing mom blog, Meghan GWine. She was a regular contributor to the Parenting channels on Babble.

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