Let’s Explore! Radio Flyer Adventure Travel Agency for Kids

One thing I want to instill in Luke is to have a sense of adventure in travel. So when I heard that Radio Flyer is hosting their Adventure Travel Agency event for kids this weekend, I made sure to add it to our weekend plans.  If you’re looking for a fun indoor activity in Chicago this weekend, Radio Flyer is hosting a pop-up event (as part of their centennial celebration) in Lincoln Square on Saturday, March 18th. The Radio Flyer Adventure Agents will take kids to fun, imaginary destinations using everything made by Radio Flyer.

Check out the cute video below to find out more!

When:  Saturday, March 18th from 11AM – 5 PM

Where: 4755 N. Lincoln Avenue

Radio Flyer is in the business of imagination. For 100 years, Radio Flyer has provided vehicles that run on imagination. For one day, on March 18th, Radio Flyer will open the first ever travel agency for kids, Radio Flyer Adventure Travel, a centennial celebration that will take kids to unbelievable destinations. The travel agency will specialize in imaginary destinations that can only be reached with Radio Flyer vehicles. Top-rated destinations include Planet of Evil Unicorns, Stinky Broccoli Forest and Cotton Candy Swamp. Travel agents will help kids find their perfect dream adventure and the Radio Flyer vehicle that can take them there. Like all travel agencies, passports, itineraries and travel essentials will be provided.

Here’s a little preview of the space and event. I hope you can make it!

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Thank you to Radio Flyer for sponsoring this post. Congratulations on 100 years! 

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