- TripBuzz found 20 things to do with kids in or near Florence, South Carolina, including 7 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hartsville and Darlington.
- From Southgate Bowling Center to All Star Lanes Inc, the Florence area offers 26 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Parks and Recreation Centers.
- Florence, SC has been known as a major hub for infrastructure and industry ever since the city was founded as a railroad hub. Florence played an important role in the Civil War, holding about 12,000 Union POWs and being the Confederacy railroad repair center. With 14 parks, there are over 600 acres of space to slide, swing, play, play catch, and climb.
All Star Lanes Inc is a bowling alley that that features 22 bowling lanes, automatic scoring machines, a cocktail lounge, pool tables, and a video game arcade. The alley also is available for children's birthday parties.
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This location, dedicated to the lives of soldiers who participated in America's wars, offers visitors the chance to learn about Florence's role in the history of the armed forces. The location includes a memorial that is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the Pentagon on 9/11.
Housing authentic artifacts used during the Civil War, the War Between the States Museum interprets military history for its visitors. Exhibits include weapons, uniforms, scale models, and a historical archive.
The Florence Freedom are an independent minor league baseball team of the Frontier League. The Freedom host birthday parties, offer youth baseball camps, and feature an indoor baseball academy with full length batting cages.
Timrod Park offers patrons a range of amenities including playgrounds, tennis courts and a train relic. There is a gazebo, picnic shelters and nature trails for patrons to use. The park also provides an amphitheater and offers a concert series.
A four-theater movie house, the Julia 4 Cinema features first-run movies at bargain prices. Small in comparison to most theaters, the Julia 4 offers matinees and other specials, concessions, and consistently low-priced tickets.
The Florence County Museum showcases over 140 works representing 20th-century Southern art, along with works by Florence native, William H. Johnson. Through a range of exhibitions, studios, lectures and family programming, the FCM provides visitors of all ages an educational experience.