Best Cities For Families In USA

10 Best Cities For Families

I recently read a post from about the best cities to live in America. As a resident of Round Rock, Texas, I’d have to say that it’s a great place to live. Located within the Greater Austin, Texas metropolitan area, Round Rock offers activities for families and individual residents such as library programs and season festivals. Personally, I enjoy living in Round Rock, but there are other towns just as great as Round Rock to call your home.

Madison, Wisconsin: Madison offers families indoor and outdoor activities during the calendar year. Spend a rainy day learning about plants or rocks at the Olbrich Botanical Garden’s Bolz Conservatory and the UW-Madison Geology Museum. Would you rather spend time with your family outside? Check out Madison’s parks, beaches or trails.

Virginia Beach, Virginia: Don’t underestimate this popular vacation spot! The Virginia Beach community focuses on bridging culture and community. The city dedicates the 497-square-mile-city to public art. Wander the boardwalk and meet local artists displaying their art. This is an ideal town to call home year round.

Raleigh, North Carolina: Raleigh offers numerous education opportunities for families seeking quality public education. Interested in feeding your family healthy and nutrient rich foods? Raleigh’s year-round State Farmers Market includes over seventy acres of shops and restaurants as well as a pristine garden center.

Worcester, Massachusetts: One perk about living in Worcester is the city’s free concerts at the Pinecroft Dairy and Restaurant. Families interested in hiking and nature can visit Boyton Park, Broad Meadow, Cascades Park and East Side Trail.

Richmond, Virginia: Known to offer superior private schools, Richmond also overflows with resources to learn about American History. Teach your family something new at the Ada Gallery, the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Modlin Center for the Arts, Richmond Centerstage and the Richmond Ballet.

Nashville, Tennessee: Also called the Music City, Nashville is the home of the famous Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. At the museum, your family can view the music artifacts and the rotating exhibitions. For hands-on art activities, visit the Frist Center for the Visual Arts which features classes and interactive areas for kids.

Boston Massachusetts: It’s not the first time we’ve seen Boston in the top spot for the best cities to reside in. Boston has top schools, abundant cultural activities and historical artifacts. Boston is famous for the Harvard Museum of Natural History as well as for the Public Art Walk.

If you haven’t already, check out these cities as possible new places to call home!