Here, you will be able to exhibit actual historical currency and pieces that tell the tale of the United States dollar. Rare sights such as a preserved pine tree straight out of colonial America and notes from the U.S. Civil War are on display. There are challenging games and simulations that let you interact with the jobs and roles of the central bank of the United States, the Federal Reserve. Rescue the economy as you try for yourself at Monetary Policy decision-making in “The Fed Needs You” showcase.
Take part in making sure payments run smoothly as you pick which bills should be shredded and take a step into the shoes of a Secret Service agent to find counterfeits.
Each and every year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival has a whole celebration in lieu of the spring season in Washington, DC. This specifically celebrates the existence of the cherry blossom trees and the everlasting friendship between the people of the United States and Japan. The Festival generates and schedules daily events that include different and unique programming promoting old and new arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit. Events are all free and open to anyone of any age.
This garden is one of Portland’s prettiest locations and most unique exhibits to keep an eye out for while visiting Portland. The result of a joint effort between the cities of Portland and Suzhou, our sister city in China’s Jiangsu province that’s most popular for its gorgeous Ming Dynasty gardens, Lan Su was developed by Chinese builders from Suzhou and is one of the most interesting Chinese gardens outside of China. Definitely more than only a spectacular botanical garden, Lan Su is a creative enigma — a strengthful, inspiring sight built a base on a 2,000-year-old Chinese style that blends art, architecture, design, and nature in perfect unison.
Just about a two hours’ drive from Swellendam, South Africa you’ll find the beautiful village of Mossel Bay; with a reputation for its secret beaches, popular surf spots and outstanding places to reside in. Mossel Bay provides the perfect blend of daily journeys, family activities, agriculture, delicious nearby food local, sandy beaches, warm environment and the sweetest people. The Gondwana Game Reserve is a famous stopover for families who adore nature, hiking and game drives. For those who want to be closer to town, The Point Hotel is an amazing alternative, because it’s literally within walking distance of famous child-friendly eateries and fantastic tours.
No pun intended, but Northern Kentucky’s delicious award-winning restaurant and a Fort Mitchell landmark are last on this list. Join the crew at the Greyhound for lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch, or maybe just have some appetizers and drinks in their pretty Tavern Room. The interestingly beautiful Greyhound Tavern has just the perfect blend of scrumptious eats, reasonable prices, and good old friendly southern hospitality. Check it out today.
To learn more about the Greyhound, watch the video below!