Pregnancy is a time filled with joy and endless love. However, one thing it’s not, typically, is very relaxing. While your body is busy growing a tiny human, there’s no doubt you are carefully preparing everything for their arrival, connecting with family, and organizing your home. On top of all of that human-growing and nesting, you have to keep up with the demands of your everyday life, work, and responsibilities. A joyful time in life for sure, but today I want to encourage you to find time to relax, connect with your partner, and be present with your unborn baby. Let’s talk babymoon ideas.
Babymoon Ideas: What Is a Babymoon?
Great question! A more recent trend, a babymoon is a play on “honeymoon.” It is a trip you take with your partner before the baby arrives. A babymoon can be taken at any point while pregnant, and can come in a variety of lengths and destinations.
The idea is that you and your partner get away from the stresses of life and preparing for baby, enjoy a child-free, adult vacation, and spend time being present with each other before the birth.
Babymoon Ideas: 5 Reasons to Plan a Babymoon before Birth
Before you read all about babymoon ideas, read first about the reasons why a babymoon is important.
1. Connect with Your Partner
One of the most important things you can do before your baby comes is to make sure your relationship is well-prepared. Parenting is a team sport after all, so communication and respect are going to be more important than ever. A babymoon offers such a perfect opportunity to really connect and work on this.
2. De-Stress and Relax
Planning and preparing for your baby’s arrival is a lot of work! From setting up the nursery to making sure your home is totally ready for bringing baby home, on top of everyday responsibilities, it is a busy time.
Taking the time to get away from your own house will help you recharge, not feel pressured to always be preparing, and to get some much-needed sleep and downtime.
3. Because Travel Is Going to Change. A Lot.
If you are a first-time mom, I highly recommend taking a babymoon simply because you can! Traveling with a baby, then toddler, and kids is completely different. Rewarding in its own way of course, but relaxing? Hardly.
If you aren’t a first-time mom, I still recommend doing this. If you are fortunate enough to have a trusted loved one who can take care of your other kids for even one night, it will be so rejuvenating to be away, as an adult, with just your partner. If not, bring your other kids along. Trina did a mini-babymoon with her toddler and loved having a chance to be really present and connect with L before the baby arrives. Just being out of your own home will still feel relaxing.
4. A Time to Reflect
With the business of life responsibilities, planning your baby shower, and doing all of the other necessary preparations before baby, it can be hard to find time to really focus on this amazing thing your body is doing.
Getting away for even a short time is a great chance to reflect on how you are feeling about birth, how you can prepare for birth, and what your thoughts are on this coming change in identity to mother.
5. Beginning of Family Memories
Patrick and I took a short babymoon up to Maine a few weeks before N arrived, and the whole time we acted like N was on her first family vacation. I love all of the pictures we took and the way it gave us a chance to get super excited about her arrival together. Think of your babymoon as your first family vacation and let those family memories begin now.
Babymoon Ideas: When to Go on a Babymoon?
There’s really no right or wrong answer to this question, but you should be strategic about it. The second trimester is a wonderful time for a babymoon because for most women it is a time in pregnancy with the least uncomfortable symptoms and the most energy. You will also have a cute bump to show-off in all of your trip photos.
The third trimester could also be a good time to go if you are planning a very relaxing babymoon. Just don’t plan it for too late, because after about 35 weeks, you really shouldn’t go on an airplane. As your pregnancy progresses sitting in a car for too long will also get more and more uncomfortable.
The turning point from second to third trimester feels like a sweet spot to me. But then again, I did mine at about 36 weeks and had a great time.
Babymoon Ideas: Some Ideas by Theme
Decide on the ‘feel’ you want your babymoon to have. In other words, are you looking for an adventure? Do you want to experience a lot of new food and culture? Are you thinking of incorporating nature and outdoor experiences, or maybe you just want to lay on a beach and be waited on? It’s totally up to you!
Nature and Adventure
If you are the active, adventurous type, plan a babymoon in your second trimester when you are feeling good. As long as you were also active before you were pregnant, and your provider has no concerns, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy some hiking and adventuring while pregnant.
Consider some babymoon ideas like paddle boarding, hiking, yoga, and destinations with beautiful walking trails for you and your partner to enjoy.
Like I mentioned above; a babymoon is the perfect opportunity to really connect with your husband. Are you looking to up the romance factor? Choose a luxurious hotel with a well-reviewed spa that does prenatal massages. Usually, you can do a couples massage when pregnant if you just make special arrangements ahead of time. You’ll also want to check proximity to nice restaurants, or that the hotel or resort has good eating options too.
Culture and Food
Once you have kids, going out to eat and exploring shops and museums just isn’t the same. If you’re looking for culture and good food, consider spending your babymoon in a never-visited city or country. Get a hotel or to save some money, rent an AirBnb in a trendy part of the city where you’ll be able to get to awesome restaurants, parks and museums easily. Enjoy leisurely exploring a new place. Just be sure to pack comfy shoes!
Maybe you want to have a babymoon where you literally don’t have to lift a finger. And I definitely don’t blame you! For this, I recommend a resort where everything is taken care of, and you don’t have to leave the grounds. Relaxation awaits you.
What better chance to go to a dream destination then for your babymoon? Have somewhere you’re dying to go? Let that be the inspiration for your babymoon and plan from there.
Babymoon Ideas: How Far Do You Want to Travel for Your Babymoon?
Once you’ve decided on the ‘feel’ you’re looking for in your babymoon, you’re ready to nail down a place. Your next question is the budget and how you want to travel. Are you looking for something driving distance or is a plane ride something you are open to? How much time can you take off work or were you envisioning your trip to be? Answering these questions will help you determine which babymoon ideas to choose.
Make Sure Your Destination Is Pregnancy Safe
Next, as you continue planning, make sure you choose a destination that is safe to travel to during pregnancy. According to the CDC, there have been no reported cases of mosquito-transferred Zika virus in the continental US, so you are safe to travel anywhere domestic.
Worldwide you do need to be more careful. Parts of Africa, Southeast Asia, The Caribbean, Central America, South America, and Mexico have had reported cases. Always check with your provider first before booking a trip, and don’t take any unnecessary risks while pregnant.
Find more information about Zika and pregnancy from the CDC by heading here.
Look into Resorts and Destinations with Babymoon Packages
One way to take all of the guesswork out of planning the ultimate babymoon is by choosing a destination that offers babymoon packages. More and more places are starting to offer these, and I can’t wait to book on for my next pregnancy. You also aren’t limited to giant resorts, even smaller bed and breakfast-type places are getting in on the babymoon packages.
Babymoon Ideas: Babymoon Activities
Of course, choosing what activities to do on your babymoon will depend on the feel you are looking for and the destination you choose. No matter what you decide on, plan for lots of one on one time with your partner. Try to use your babymoon as a chance to disconnect from the stresses of life and technology. Being present will change forever once the baby comes.
Some Activities That Will Work in a Variety of Destinations:
Leisurely Walk in Nature
No matter what destination in our babymoon ideas list that you decide on, you can undoubtedly find a great spot for a walk. I find walking with my husband to be a time when we have our most connective and meaningful conversations. Somehow the rhythm of walking and not having to make eye contact takes the pressure off and allows us to really open up.
Even on a budget, I recommend finding a nice restaurant for at least one night of your babymoon. Go somewhere you would never imagine bringing your kids. Indulge in a slow and drawn out meal.
Prenatal Yoga Class
Often, you can find prenatal yoga classes at any studio in any city. Consider taking one on your babymoon and having your partner come along. I have found supportive partners to always be welcome.
Local Craft or Other Fair
Fun babymoon ideas have to include seeing what the local are doing. See what local events are going on in the destination you choose. Take it at your own pace and enjoy what the locals have to offer.
See a Live Performance
Get tickets to a show or concert and place your babymoon around that. Patrick and I went to two different concerts while I was pregnant. I will never forget the way N danced around in my belly during the Jerry Garcia tribute concert we attended. It was hilarious.
If you can find a spa that does prenatal massages, you can most definitely arrange a couples massage that includes a prenatal massage for you. Just be sure to schedule this ahead of time.
Book a Photoshoot
What better place for a maternity photoshoot than your babymoon destination! Looking to save money? Do it yourself and find inspiration by following us on Pinterest.
Babymoon Ideas: On A Budget
Being pregnant definitely makes you more aware of spending and saving. In fact, it’s a great time to start budgeting if you haven’t. You might also want to start learning ways that staying home with your baby might be possible if you can make a little extra money at home.
But all of that is to say, I know that splurging on a fancy babymoon might not be in the cards. But that doesn’t mean you can’t plan a special time to connect with your partner!
No reason to travel by airplane if you don’t want to. Find a cute town within an hour of your home and book an Airbnb or hotel there. You’ll enjoy a shorter travel time and save money on gas. Just being away from your own home, even for a night or two will feel so refreshing.
I’m a big fan of the staycation. Being a tourist in your own area is a ton of fun! Schedule time off work, say no to big projects and stresses. Prep for your staycation by having the house clean and organized. Pre-prep food or take the money you saved by staying home and spend it on take-out or eating out to avoid having to clean.
Plan some fun activities or places to check out in your area. Have some special expecting date nights in your own hometown. Most of all bond with each other and get excited about baby.
Other Budget Babymoon Tips:
- Utilize Groupon for booking your hotel, choosing restaurants, spa packages, and more
- Plan early in your pregnancy to score deals
- Or book at the very last minute, while risking unavailability, this is also when deals show up
- Travel during off-peak seasons, or mid-week
- Book an Airbnb and skip eating out completely. This will save room in your budget for activities and spa visits. Instead, cook in your rental and make a fun event out of planning dinner and cooking together each night.
- Or pack lunches and eat breakfast at your rental each day and only splurge on one or two dinners
- Book a hotel that includes breakfast
Babymoon Ideas: Babymoon Travel Tips
What to Pack
I know you want to look cute on your babymoon and show off the bump. But please prioritize comfort, especially if you are opting for a babymoon that involves more exploring. I lived in my BOBS while pregnant. Great arch support and a wide shoe with a cute look were perfect while pregnant.
How to Stay Comfortable Flying
I know that whenever I fly, pregnant or not, I get super dehydrated. Embrace the fact that you are going to have to pee a lot and overcompensate. You will feel so much better and energized by upping your water intake while traveling.
Book an Aisle Seat if Possible
You will need to take walking and stretching breaks about every hour while flying. It’s also likely that you will need to take some additional trips to the bathroom. Having the aisle seat will make getting up a lot less of a hassle.
See if You Can Board Early or Upgrade to Priority Seating
Many airlines don’t explicitly state special arrangements for pregnant passengers, but if you say something at the desk when you arrive at your gate, I’m willing to bet some perks are coming your way.
They may be able to change your seat if there is availability, you can board early to ensure overhead storage space and room to navigate the tiny plane, and some extra waters and snacks 🙂
Road Trips While Pregnant
At a certain point in pregnancy, sitting in a car for long periods just isn’t going to be comfortable. So if a road trip is on your bucket list, I recommend the second trimester. I did a super fun road trip on the California coast at about 25 weeks pregnant. Other than needing more bathroom stops than I would have normally taken, it was a great getaway.
Keep Your Provider in the Loop
Before any travel, at any point in pregnancy it is best to check in with your provider. They will be able to give you tips and advice on staying comfortable. But they will also be able to talk you through when to call and what to do if anything happens. You just never know what can happen in pregnancy, so it’s always best to communicate changes to your normal routine.
Don’t Over-Plan and Take Breaks
With all of that baby-growing happening, you will get more tired than usual, no matter your point in pregnancy. Don’t plan too many big outings and make sure to have a good mix of more active events and downtime. Take naps and be sure to put your feet up to avoid swelling.
Ask for Help
Of course your partner will be there to help you day-to-day, but in general, during your babymoon play the pregnancy card! Seriously. I’m not one who wants extra attention all the time but this is your big trip and you should be comfortable.
Don’t be shy about asking for a seat on the train instead of standing, seeing if airlines can make extra accommodations or if you can get a table a little sooner at that crowded restaurant. I actually just read an Instagram post about someone who was traveling in Italy for her babymoon. She got to skip all of the lines everywhere she went to tour. Pretty sweet if you ask me.
Babymoon Ideas: Best Honeymoon Destinations
For Beach Lovers
Florida is known for its beaches, and that’s why it’s at the top of the list of our babymoon ideas. There are so many places you can go on a babymoon in this state, but we want to give you an in-depth look into all the different beach areas have to offer not only for rest and relaxation, but also romance and fun.
One of the best places you can go for this vacation is Marco Island. Here, you will be near the Everglades and Naples. There are tons of beautiful shells, plants, animals to enjoy. There are also incredible seafood restaurants and lagoons. If you want real, raw, and rural paradise, this is the perfect place to go to unwind.
Another great beach town to go in Florida is Saint Augustine. If you are a fan of history and antiques, the oldest city in the US will give you a taste of the days of old. There are tons of boutiques, antique shops, museums, historical attractions, and plenty of Southern charm all combined with a beach experience. One of the must do things us taking a ride on a horse-drawn carriage. The possibilities for enjoyment and rest are endless in California.
Santa Rosa Beach
If you are looking for babymoon ideas that help you lay out in the sun, frolic in crystal blue water, and enjoy the beach in an uncrowded way, Santa Rosa Beach is your best bet. Here, you can relax along the Emerald Coast. On top of beaches, this area has boutiques, restaurants, and plenty of romantic culture.
Another great place to go for beaches is Cali. But this great state is not only known for having beautiful beaches, it is also filled with theme parks, zoos, American culture, and unmatched food. California is a place to go if you are looking for entertainment that reaches far beyond the beach scene, while also offering the beach scene.
Malibu is one of the greatest places you go for beaches in Cali. There are so many beautiful beaches to choose from, but other things as well. You Can hike, sight see the homes of the stars, go down to the Malibu pier, and even enjoy a museum. On top of all this, some of the best spas and hotels can be sound in Malibu.
Santa Monica is a beautiful and lively place. You can go down to the Santa Monica Pier, take a bike ride on the 26-mile path, or enjoy Third Street Promenade. There are also mountains to ogle at, a water and amusement park called Pacific Park to enjoy, and so many different places to stay on the water with your partner. On top of all this, the entertainment at night in Santa Monica’s downtown is an adventure in itself.
San Diego is a great place to for beaches, parks, and sun. You can enjoy the beauty of Balboa Park, go to SeaWorld for a day, or go to the zoo. There are also museums, gardens, and plenty of art to enjoy. Pacific Beach is the beach to go to here where you will find surfers, sunbathers, and a beautiful boardwalk with cafes, boutiques, hotels, and parks.
Hawaii beaches are not down the street. These beaches require planning and saving and a few connecting flights. But if you are looking to escape the mundane and truly get away with your partner before the baby comes, this is the place to do it.
Waikiki Beach, Oahu
Waikiki Beach is Hawaii’s most visited beach for good reason. There are so many cruises you can take the focus on romance and are not very long. Consider a dinner cruise at sunset. You will also find restaurants galore by the beach, stores, and beach bars. Enjoy a virgin drink while laying out in the sun! Another great feature is the oceanfront park called Kapiolani Park. This park allows for romantic picnics and views. If you are up for some water sports, kayaking and snorkeling are some great beach babymoon ideas.
Hanalei Bay, Kauai
This beach reaches out to almost two miles and it is the perfect fairly secluded place to enjoy. There are a wide array of tours offered at this beach stemming from movie tours, snorkeling tours, kayaking and hiking tours. If you are simply looking for a peaceful place to go, this is the perfect beach for walking through a quaint town, for being one of the only people around, and for enjoying the cool water on hot days with your partner.
Kapalua Bay, Maui
The beaches here have won countless awards, one of which was “America’s Best Beach”, allowing them to deserve a place on the babymoon ideas list. Some of the main features this beach offers are snorkeling,swimming, scuba diving and lounging, white sand, calm waters, unique underwater animals like turtles and corals, beautiful sunsets, plenty of drinks and snacks, and even places to play tennis. This beach if for those seeking blue skies, dazzling sun, and marine life galore. More than just a beach, there is a sheltered sanctuary for those longing to see the wonders of the ocean. There are also quite a few resorts in this area that offer accommodations any pregnant woman would appreciate.
For Overseas Adventurers
Some Tips for Traveling Overseas:
When going out to sight see, be sure to take it the easy way. Hire a driver and tour guide through a travel agency. Take a private tour if you can, in order to customize the activities if you need a little extras bathroom or air conditioning time. Since this is overseas, be sure to pack properly. Stay hydrated, bring bug spray, healthy snacks, and sunscreen. Remember that your babymoon is meant to be relaxing and it is not a normal trip, so don’t over do it just because you’re in a new place. You do not need to do everything available on your babymoon. Time your travel right. Since you have 9 months, you have the opportunity to go anytime. This is not an anniversary where you only have one special day to take a dream trip! Do some research on not only the holidays in the states, but also in the country you’re traveling to in order to avoid crowds. A big one is to always check in with your doctor for advisement on ANY potential health treats depending on your chosen location.
So why is Bali a great babymoon destination? There are quite a few features that make this so. For starters, there are plenty of budget airlines that fly here for affordable prices, even if you book last minute. Another great thing about babymooning in Bali is the amount of prenatal activities. There are plenty of spa treatments for pregnant women. There is also tons of prenatal yoga as well as holistic restaurants. Bali also has tons of resorts, beaches, and villas that promote romance. They offer world class hotels that will help to rekindle the romance before baby comes. Bali is the perfect place to go slow and experience relaxation, revitalization, and recharging with the one you love.
For City Explorers
If you are looking for a day trip or weekend excursion, exploring a city near you or a quick flight away may be best. It is also the best way to avoid Zika.
New York City, New York
Did you know that the city that never sleeps is actually a common place to enjoy a babymoon? Parents-to-be have been celebrating the new addition here for plenty of time. New York, though it is lively, can be a great place for rest and recuperation.
See a Play
Seeing a play is one of the calmer yet still exciting babymoon ideas. Though now it’s all about the big screen, Broadway theater has somehow remained one of the world’s favorite ways to entertain. The shows are world-class and people travel from near and far to enjoy shows here. When it comes to stage entertainment, Broadway has led the way. The history does all the way back to the 1700’s when the first stage was built. They put on Shakespeare’s plays and only 300 people fit. Then, at the very end of the 1700’s, the first big theater was built.
After the civil war, they moved to midtown from downtown and had rival theaters begin to rise. Towards the end of the 1800’s and the beginning of the 1900’s there was a rise in transpiration by train, meaning people were able to travel to see shows. Broadway is now called the Theater District, and it is not going anywhere soon. So many beloved productions have been put on here, and seeing a show is one of the most romantic and relaxing activities you can partake in. Some shows to see are Aladdin, The Lion King, The Sound of Music, and Hairspray.
Take a Cruise at Sunset
Some of the most romantic things available in NYC are their short cruises, and they also make great babymoon ideas. If you need a good date night idea, take it to the water! These cruises are truly an unforgettable event to enjoy with your honey. Sip on a glass of something virgin, feel the wind blow through your hair, enjoy some laughs and incredible views. Some of these cruises are for Sightseeing. New York is a beautiful city with sky rises, skylines, lights and wonderful nature.
These cruises are enjoyed, typically,from cabins while enjoying complimentary alcohol or sodas (for the mommas to be) and enjoy a tour of the most famous and iconic sights. Other cruises specifically exist to get you away from the noise, lights, and chaos of the city and into the incredible peace the water brings. Other cruises are meant for eating famous dishes on the water, or enjoying Jazz music. Regardless of which cruise you choose and there are tons and tons), they are sure to be a beautiful, romantic, and relaxing experience!
Enjoy a Park
On most babymoon ideas lists, you will find parks. But none are as beautiful as those in NYC. Gorgeous parks are simply a feature of NYC. if you type “parks in NYC” into a google search, dozens and dozens of pop up. There are over 1,900! Each has a little something different to offer, but all offer romance and beauty. As a pregnant women nearly ready to pop, having a stroll in a beautiful park is a desirable thing to do.
You can’t enjoy NYC properly without visiting central park. It takes you out of the city and into the wilderness. This park has an incredible history that goes back to the last century. It was a place widely enjoyed in the 50’s even. There are so many trials to stroll through, streams to google at, and even plenty of ways to be social. There are tons of people playing outside games, musicians strumming, and even people tanning.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
The next amazing park you need to visit is the Brooklyn Bridge Park. This park was not created to be something, it just made what already existed even better. There are unique attractions like the Jane’s carousel, a merry-go-round that has 1920’s build and has been restored, and plenty of sports places such as fields, courts, and playgrounds. There is even a skating rink at this park! You can enjoy true culture like library readings, outdoor movies, and some of the most beautiful views in the city.
Washington State Park
Another amazing park is the Washington State Park. At this park, the hobbies and students alike dwell. Music, sports, and artists cloud these streets. The iconic Washington Arch from 1895 is quite a sight to see as well as the sweet kiddos who run around and play in the water.
Enjoy a Museum
New York has some of the best museums, and a great activity to consider on our babymoon ideas list!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The first one you need to visit is the Metropolitan Museum of Art. If the Met is the only one you get to, that is okay. There are over 5,000 years of history showcased here. Not just in the US, but throughout the entire world and spanning back to 2,000 years.
Museum of Modern Art
Another must see museum is the Museum of Modern Art. The MOmA has paintings from artists like Warhol and Van Gogh, so you can imagine what a marvel it is to walk these floors. Talk about romance! Standing as one of the most important and influential art museums in the world, you will want to get to Midtown Manhattan with your love to take a stroll here.
American Museum of Natural History
This museum is one that has thrills of a lifetime. So many animals and their stories exist here. From the jungles to the mountains to the sea to the planetarium. Exhibiting the largest dinosaur fossil collection, this museum on the Upper West Side of Manhattan is a must see for you and your partner, even if you only spend an hour or two here.
Georgia is an incredibly famous state with a rich history and many relaxing places to go. Southern charm and hospitality is just about as restful as it gets. Not only do they have the small town feel in this state, but also the big city living. Georgia is known for its mountains, the capital city of Atlanta, and all the history it has to explore.
Athens has one of the best music scenes in the state. SO many artists, musicians, and other creatives have come to find their unique style and go out into the world as artists here. If you are planning your babymoon in June, be sure to go to the AthFest which is where over 100 bands will come to play. On top of this, if symphony orchestra is your thing, catch a show here!
All The southern charm is found in Savannah. This city is known for taking you back in time to the 18th and 19th century. Explore the architecture from the days of old, and the ancient oak trees. There is delectable food, quaint shops, and plenty of beauty to explore in a leisurely way. Not to mention, there are tons of B&B’s you and your honey can stay at!
Atlanta is such a great place to go for a baby moon. Enjoy a show at the theater, there are plenty of theaters and plays to choose from! Or go to the Atlanta Aquarium, if oceanic life is your thing. This aquarium has over 500 species from all over the planet. If you are looking for some natural beauty, take a stroll in the Atlantic Botanical Garden. Wanting to cool off after the garden? Head over to The World of Coca Cola and get a refreshing drink where the empire began!
For a very relaxing activity, enjoy Dr. Bombay’s Underwater Tea Party. This tea house is hospitable and warm. They offer tea, light foods, and good books. This is a traditional High Tea experience served in vintage china. Be sure to make a reservation! Atlanta also has spas, B&B’s and great hotels to go to relax in. For a funny time, choose a comedy club to have a laugh at! There are plenty to choose from. With great weather and amazing attractions, Atlanta is hands down one of the best places to go for a babymoon!
D.C is not only a place to go for history, but also for romance! The weather is beautiful (just think about the cherry blossoms in the spring!), the architecture and walkable streets are unmatched, and the romantic date possibilities are endless.
For starters, there is the beloved national mall. Did you know proud Americans have named The Mall “ America’s front yard”? This is the most visited national mall ever and it showcases so much history in one. This is where people from the days of old who shaped our country went to have their voices heard. It is also a memorial to the fallen heroes and honoring to our forefathers.
Even more than just history, it also holds a wide variety of the Smithsonian Institution Museums. For you and your lover, the National Mall is a place to wander the tree-lined streets and soak in all the beautify and weight of glory this Mall holds. If you are visiting the mall, be on the lookout for events taking place every single week!
Explore DC’s oldest neighborhood which has so many water related activities. Everything from fancy boutiques to traditional cobblestone streets, to bakeries, to waterfront dining. There are so many things to see and do here! For romance, you can go to The Washington Harbor to eat at a seafood restaurant, sit out in the warm sun, or go shopping. In the summer months, enjoy Georgetown Sunset Cinema where you can watch a free movie with your partner while the sun sets over you.
If you are taking your babymoon vacation in the Fall, checkout Taste of Georgetown where you can enjoy tons of signature fishes, craft beers and wines, music, and plenty of family fun! Just wanna see something pretty with your lover? Checkout Georgetown GLOW and enjoy the public art featured through lights. This display is especially beautiful during the holidays!
The National Gallery of Art
Is there a better place to go to enjoy romance than an art gallery? Checkout everything from the Sculpture Garden to the preserves, collections, and exhibits that showcase centuries past. With over 100,000 pieces of art, there is something to see from every time period, even back to the Middle Ages! Wanna know the best part? Admission is always free to the public! You will find art from the Renaissance to our modern day here. If you are not into older art, there are temporary exhibitions which change from time to dine.
The National Gallery of Art recently got a facelift where it was renovated over a three year period. There are two sky towers that light up, work of art from artists such as Pablo Picasso, and incredible exhibits galore. Enjoy tons of events and activities throughout the year like guided tours, concerts, and galleries that talk back. You can find their full calendar event listings on their website!
Stop Day-Dreaming and Start Planning That Babymoon
No matter your time frame or budget, you should definitely find some time in your pregnancy for a babymoon. You will be able to take a break from the craziness and planning involved in pregnancy and connect with your partner.
To help alleviate the stress of baby prep and put your mind at ease so that you can actually enjoy the babymoon, check out our Nesting Planner. You’ll know everything possible is being taken care of and allow yourself to completely relax when you get away.
So where are you thinking of heading for your babymoon? Leave a comment below, I love to hear from readers 🙂
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