- TripBuzz found 70 things to do with kids in or near Athens, Alabama, including 63 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Decatur, Huntsville and Madison.
- From Tennessee Valley Zoo to Alabama Veterans Museum & Archives, the Athens area offers 47 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Zoos and Movie Theaters.
- Athens acts as the midway point between the metropolitan areas of Nashville and Birmingham along Interstate 65. It is even adjacent to Huntsville but offers more outdoor recreation opportunities than the larger city. The undeveloped areas within the city limits serve as parks that offer hiking, walking, wildlife viewing, and bird watching.
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The Fayetteville Lincoln County Museum, located in Fayetteville, Tennessee, is housed in the Old Borden Milk Plant at 521 South Main. The museum, which features a one-room school house on its site, displays the second largest agricultural exhibits statewide.
A movie theatre in Fayetteville, Tennessee, the Lincoln Theatre features movies for the entire family. Comfortable and padded reclining seats and IMAX and 3D entertainment makes this a popular venue for viewing the latest in cinematic shows.
Located at the base of the Wilson Dam, Rockpile Recreation Area offers camping and picnicking along the edge of Pickwick Reservoir. Visitors can observe a variety of wildlife including orioles, gulls, and flycatchers.
Featuring full stadium seating in all auditoriums, Regency Square Cinema 12 is a movie theater that screens the latest released movies for its guests. Other theater amenities include closed captioning services, matinee ticket specials, and 3-D film selections.
The Carmike Regency Square 12 is the primary first-run movie theater for the Florence area. Popular Hollywood films are shown on twelve screens with select movies presented in 3D for an additional ticket surcharge.
Hands-on exhibits and programs targeted toward all developmental stages are the focus of the Children's Museum of the Shoals. In addition to established exhibits about the Tennessee Valley, young ones have freedom to play and create at numerous stations in the museum.