Spring Break is a peak time of year for family holidays, and the Golden State of California has plenty to offer.
But first: when is spring break?
Many schools in the US and Canada take a ten-day school-break in March or April. (In Canada, it's often called [link url=http://travelwithkids.about.com/od/springideas/qt/March_Break.htm]March Break[/link]. Dates vary with different school districts. Families with school-age kids might also take a mini-spring-break at Easter, which is often a four-day weekend.
This great deal repeats every year with a couple of airlines. Basically, with this deal at Alaska Airlines, one child flies free per one accompanying adult-- note that a "child" is age 2 to 11-- to a number of Southern California airports. In 2009 you might also get an additional promotion on tix at Disneyland.
LEGOLAND California has 128 acres, and much of what's in it is made of lego blocks. Designed for ages two to twelve, LEGOLAND has a coaster, "dark ride", and other rides, mini-lands such as Ancient Egypt (all made out of Lego, of course), and many more attractions.