From New York on the East Coast to L.A. on the west coast, U.S. cities make interesting travel destinations. With a variety of museums, zoos, beaches and theme parks it has never been harder to decide what spot to visit next.
This applies in particular to families with kids on the autism spectrum who always look for venues that will accommodate their children. After a decade of extensive traveling and comparing notes with other autism parents here are our top 10 U.S. vacation cities.
With a population topping 8 million inhabitants, New York is not only the most densely populated city in the U.S. but a major hub for finances, media, and entertainment. Notorious for its skyscrapers, the city landmarks include the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square and Central Park. With an abundance of indoor and outdoor activities, visitors find it hard to plan an itinerary.
New York City is a bustling city.The noises and smells may prove challenging for kids with autism. When booking hotel rooms in New York, parents should request a room on a high floor to block out the city sounds.