Are you fascinated by the Royals? Do you read stories about William and Kate like an insatiable fiend? Does the Queen’s elegance and grace inspire you? “Queen Elizabeth II” by Cecil Beaton: A Diamond Jubilee Celebration is a new exhibit…Read more.
There is nothing more fun than seeing enormous trucks crush small cars, and if you’re ready to have more fun with your family than you have ever had before, the Maple Leaf Monster Jam Tour returns…Read more.
If you are still in Breaking Bad withdrawal and were always a fan of Hank on the show, the DEA Museum in DC might be exactly what will satisfy your drug curiosity without developing a dangerous addiction. The Drug Enforcement…Read more.
How many times have you watched Groundhog Day? If you are fascinated by the superstition of an additional six weeks of winter being determined by whether (pun intended) or not a groundhog sees his shadow on February 2, there is…Read more.
One of the trendiest restaurants in Montreal is Martin Picard’s Le Pied de Cochon (536 Duluth Est, Montreal QC). After the restaurant received Anthony Bourdain’s seal of approval on No Reservations TV show, there have ironically been many more reservations…Read more.
If you love Asian food, but find yourself completely confused by the variety of unfamiliar ingredients in Chinese food markets, a new weekend experience in Boston might be exactly what yo are looking for. Boston’s Chinatown Market tour features a…Read more.
While breweries are opening at a rapid pace in Chicago, distilleries are few and far between. With that disclaimer, Chicago’s third distillery in the last six months opened last week and the new Chicago Distilling Company (2359 N. Milwaukee Ave)…Read more.
If you are looking for a great bar and don’t want to go all the way to Manhattan to find it, there are some fantastic options in Astoria, New York. Sunswick 35-02 35th St, (at 35th Ave), Astoria NY Sunwick…Read more.
A somewhat quiet weekend, but still there’s still outdoor fun at Grand Parks toboggan hills and at the marvellous Luminotherapy. Those are ongoing to Spring. There are always plenty of things to do in Montreal this weekend! The following holiday…Read more.
Wow! Liberty Mutual is offering FREE Ice Skating (and free rentals) at Boston Common Frog Pond for the next 44 days, until the Olympics end on 2/23/14! The free tickets are limited to 100 adult skating passes and rentals and…Read more.
Happy (almost) weekend! Here’s a few ideas of budget-friendly and/or free things to do in Boston this weekend! If you missed my post about Free Ice Skating at Boston Common Frog Pond, that would be such a great cheap weekend…Read more.
It’s almost that time again! Winterlude returns to Canada’s Capital Region from January 31 to February 17. The winter wonderland festival features ice scuptures, a snow playground, street performers and (of course), Rideau Canal, the world’s longest skating rink. The…Read more.
Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market was established in 1892 at 12th and Arch Streets and is the nation’s oldest farmers’ market. Visitors to the market can enjoy virtually every type of cuisine from sublime soul food and exquisite Asian and Middle…Read more.
There’s only one thing better than shopping on the weekend and that’s shopping on the weekend when you already know where the best deals are. The Weekendtrips team has compiled a list of some of the biggest sales that are…Read more.
If you are looking for the best view of Washington D.C., we have found it. The best part is, it won’t cost you a dime. The Pilgrim Observation Gallery at Washington’s National Cathedral (3101 Wisconsin Ave., NW, Washington DC) is…Read more.
It is said that we are what we eat and if that is the case, then there is no better place to find out who you are at a Chicago art exhibit this weekend. “Art and Appetite: American Painting, Culture…Read more.
With the frigid temperatures in the northeast, many are struggling for ideas on what to do. In Boston, there are some great options available and we have narrowed these down to some of our top picks. 1. Go Antiquing. The…Read more.
It’s a new year for Beer City USA and the options for beer, wine, and cider enthusiasts continue to grow as new breweries open every few months. This winter, West Michigan is the place to be for beer and the…Read more.
Car enthusiasts, mark your calendars: Detroit’s 2014 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) will be open to the public Jan. 18-26. An expected 50 worldwide concept and production vehicles will be seen for the first time during the show. That’s…Read more.
Rev your engines up Weekendtrippers! There is nothing more fun than seeing enormous trucks crush small cars, and if you’re ready to have more fun with your family than you have ever had before, the Maple Leaf Monster Jam Tour…Read more.