America steps up the travel industry with various locations, establishments, and resorts that cater to the younger crowds and the whole family. Various individuals have opened up a Hello Kitty Mini Café while Legoland just got itself a Beach Retreat in Florida. Meanwhile, the Museum of the Moving Image plans on having a permanent exhibition of Jim Henson's works.

The Hello Kitty Mini Café opened in Arcadia, California, and flashes all of its pink hues to the delight of Hello Kitty fans. Drinks and pastries blended in with the theme of the kitty, especially with their strawberry cakes, Hello Kitty pocket pie, lemonade, and a bottle of water shaped with a pink bow.

Expect packaging and more items splayed with Hello Kitty's pink character, said The Lonely Planet. Sprinkles and cups all in pink are causing fans to swoon and squeal with delight.

Meanwhile, the Legoland Beach Retreat has Lego fans scream because the craze just got bigger. Located outside the Legoland theme park in Winter Haven, Florida, the site has 83 bungalows in 13 different setup coves modeled after the famous toy. Buildings, décor, and equipment are also patterned after a Lego set. Each room can take up five people where they get to enjoy access to swimming pools, café, and more.

Kids and adults who are reliving their childhood dream will get to enjoy sweet treats all over the place. Project manager Keith Carr told the site, "Kids feel like they're in an actual Lego box set." The Legoland Beach Retreat had just opened a few days ago.

Additionally, the Museum of the Moving Image calls to the public for an official exhibition of the world's most popular puppeteer, Jim Henson, and his iconic pop media, "The Muppets." His most well-loved puppets include Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Cookie Monster and Elmo from Sesame Street.

At the same time, the museum will have its launching of the traveling exhibit called "The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited" starting on May 20 at the Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture. Kickstarter campaign of Jim Henson's exhibition can be found here.