Plan a Family Timeshare Rental Vacation and Enjoy the Arts

Plan a family timeshare rental vacation and enjoy the arts. Even if you just appreciate seeing something beautiful, whimsical, or comical, you truly can have a fun family adventure exploring art museums around the country.

When you rent a timeshare in the Washington, D.C. area (Alexandria, VA, and Fort Washington, MD) you are giving your family the opportunity to experience several different kinds of art museums. The National Portrait Gallery on the Smithsonian Mall will delight everyone in the family with the chance to see some of the most famous paintings in American history - which all school children past and present have seen in textbooks.

In less than an hour's drive from your timeshare you can visit the popular art museums along Historic Charles Street in Baltimore, MD. The Baltimore Museum of Art has a Family FunStop in the lobby where you can pick up family-friendly tips for exploring the museum, as well as self-guided sketching and costume kits for the kids.

A beautiful scenic day trip from your Pennsylvania timeshare hub is a drive to the Brandywine River Museum in Chad's Ford, Pennsylvania. This museum houses the main collection by America's famous Wyeth family. The kids will delight in N.C. Wyeth's dramatic illustrations from "Treasure Island," and the life-size painting of a pink pig by Jamie. In June and September you can sign the children up for Read-Aloud Tours for youngsters 3 - 6, which include story time and art-making activities.

Out west rent a timeshare in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and in an hour you can be exploring amazing Tinkertown, outside Albuquerque. Tinkertown Museum is an art museum like you've never seen before. Forty years in the making, one man built this 22 room museum, the outside walls of which are made from 50,000 glass bottles.

A Laguna Beach timeshare rental vacation in California, will allow your family to explore the premier art festival in the country. The Laguna Beach Arts Festival, scheduled for July 7 - August 31, 2010, turns this art community into one big art museum. Be sure to get tickets early for the astounding Pageant of the Masters show put on each evening.

Even in Las Vegas you can see art. Rent a budget Las Vegas timeshare and head to the Las Vegas Art District, which spans 18 blocks and includes art galleries, antique stores, small boutiques, and caf├ęs. The entire family will enjoy visiting on First Friday when the Art District transforms into a carnival street fair. And then be sure to check out the Las Vegas Neon Museum and Boneyard. Showcasing the city's "shining glory" of art, this museum has over 150 retired neon signs, each with a fascinating history.

(Photo of Pocahontas from the National Portrait Gallery)
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