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Wanted to take our grandson who is 2 years old on a day trip anbybody know a good place

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Well yes, but it will depend on where you're starting from, won't it? Since we don't know that information, I suggest you find a place that speaks to some of his interests (dinosaurs, trucks, animals, etcetera) such as an interactive children's museum or zoo or else you find a place that allows and encourages physical activity, such as a park, playground or beach.

Have fun!

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For a 2-year-old, I wouldn't go more than an hour from home.

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