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Johannesburg Zoo

Johannesburg Zoo

Johannesburg, South Africa

The Johannesburg Zoo is a place that kids will simply love! A great precursor to a safari, the Jo'burg zoo provides excellent facilities and showcases over 2000 animals. Disabled people and children are provided special viewing facilities with the zoo being one of the most child friendly areas of the city. The animals are arranged in zones depending on the area they belong to, such as the Spice R...

Romerberg

Romerberg

Frankfurt, Germany

This is the central square in Altstadt and is a site used for many of the major festivals and fairs in the city. The Rommerberg has a bunch of historical sites, museums and buildings that are considered a tourist’s first stops. Romer (Town Hall) The Town Hall’s name, Zum Romer means, “To the Romans” in honor of the Roman settlements predating the founding of Frankfurt. The Town Hall buildi...

What to do with Children in Tow in Muscat

What to do with Children in Tow in Muscat

Muscat, Oman

Children’s Museum This museum was opened in 1990. It is a unique structure easily differentiated from its surroundings by its twin domes. The Children’s Museum is primarily a science museum with a focus on the environment and nature. For tourists travelling with their children, this is an ideal stop. The interactive exhibits are fantastic and children are able to participate in virtual tours....

National Museum

National Museum

Kuwait, Kuwait

The National Museum is Kuwait’s first museum, and was the former home of the Al Badr family in Kuwait City. Although the architectural plans were ready by 1960, construction began only in 1981. The museum was once a treasure trove for the royal family, displaying Islamic artifacts and royal material, however after the invasion a lot of it was destroyed. It is located on the Arabian Gulf Street bet...