Despite all the toys, games, movies and TV shows, your kids will still find a way to say, “I’m bored.” That issue is compounded over spring break if the kids are off from school and it’s your job to entertain them. Fortunately, there are a lot of things you can do in Sacramento that will chase the boredom away.
At Fairytale Town, all those books and stories your kids have been reading will come to live. There are three-dimensional theater sets and play gardens all designed around popular fairytales. There will be lots of stories coming from a trip to Fairytale Town.
Art Beast Children’s Studio
If your kids like to explore their creative side, then an afternoon at Art Beast Children’s Studio is just the ticket. They can create “masterpieces” in many mediums in different art exploration rooms. Just be sure to wear clothes you won’t worry about getting paint on!
The Sacramento Zoo offers overnight family safaris. How much fun would it be to sleep around the animals? There are special tours and arts & craft stations that add to the zoo experience.
California State Railroad Museum
If your kids are fascinated by trains, then this is the place for them. They’ll be able to climb though old rail cars and engines and then take a ride on the Sacramento Southern Excursion Train.
Urban Adventure Quest
Did you know that Sacramento is actually a citywide board game? It is when you follows the clues on the Urban Adventure Quest. It is an ongoing scavenger hunt with special markers and clues spread out across the historic parts of the city. This is a great way to reconnect with Sacramento.
Before you dive too deep in any of these spring break adventures, you probably want to make sure things are taken care of around the home front. You’ll feel a lot better taking off for the day knowing that everything is clean and all the junk is cleared out from home. The cleaning is on you but for the junk clearing, you can turn that job over to Junk King Sacramento. It will only take one fast session with Junk King to turn your home into a junk free zone. That’s a great way to kick off spring break.