Top Five LGBTQ+ Friendly Travel Destinations That Stand Out

LGBTQ+ families are becoming more frequent travelers, yet safety and acceptance remain key components in their experience. Here are five great destinations across America for queer families traveling together.

Minneapolis is known for being an ambitious and progressive city, boasting numerous artistic attractions both indoors and outdoors. For art enthusiasts looking for free indoor attractions like Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is perfect – no tickets or admission are needed to enter it – while at Walker Art Center visitors will discover world-class contemporary pieces. If shopping is more of your style check out nearby Mall of America or Edina 50th & France district as they provide plenty of retail therapy!

Families will love Seattle’s attractions for generations – from its playful Museum of Pop Culture (sitting beneath its iconic Space Needle) and captivating Museum of Flight to iconic offerings like visiting Starbucks headquarters or sampling food in Pike Place Market – not forgetting stopping at its free public libraries to marvel at some of modern architecture’s greatest feats!

Chicago offers families many entertainment and educational experiences in one central Midwest location: Lincoln Park Zoo, Field Museum and Navy Pier are among the highlights for visiting this midwestern metropolis, but unique memories await those looking to experience Skydeck Chicago (1,300 feet above street level in an open glass box!) or enjoying Cloud Gate (otherwise known as “the bean”) are sure to last a lifetime!

Baltimore offers so much for queer families from its historic Mount Vernon district to the bustling Inner Harbor – from charming Mount Vernon neighborhood homes and charming greenspace to world-famous Aquarium and American Visionary Art Museum exhibits and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African American History & Culture!

Head out into the desert for some outdoor fun at the Desert Botanical Garden and Papago Park with their spectacular rock formations and playground facilities. Families may also want to check out Old Town Scottsdale or Spring Training baseball games across Phoenix metro area.






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