- TripBuzz found 74 things to do with kids in or near Southaven, Mississippi, including 65 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Memphis, Germantown, Collierville and Tunica.
- From Strike Zone Bowling Lanes to Desoto Skate Park, the Southaven area offers 38 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Located in Mississippi's northernmost region is the city of Southaven. Currently the fourth largest city in the state, it is a suburb of Memphis. Home to many attractions, the area offers a family-friendly environment with true Southern Charm. Guests can enjoy the local theatres, parks, sport facilities, eateries or shopping in one of the many antique shops.
Don't miss an opportunity to observe first-hand how the world's finest guitars are made at the Gibson Factory. An informative, 45-minute tour takes you through the factory as the skilled craftsman build the musical instruments.
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125 North Front Street, Memphis, TN 38103 MoreLess Info
The natural and cultural history of the Lower Mississippi River Valley is the focus of the Mississippi River Museum at Mud Island. Numerous artifacts covering the different periods of history are included in the exhibits with a special children's area known as the River Room.
Stroll along the Riverwalk at Mud Island River Park and view an exact duplicate of the lower Mississippi River including 20 cities located on its shores, ride the monorail, visit the Mississippi River Museum and hear a concert in the amphitheater. Visitors can learn more at the Visitors Center.
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10705 Ridgeway Industrial Road, Olive Branch, MS 38654 MoreLess Info
A regulation ice rink catering to local hockey teams, figure skating, and curling aficionados, the Mid-South Ice House also offers regular open skating to the public. The rink offers rentals and lessons to those interested in learning as well.
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826 N Second St, Memphis, TN 38107 MoreLess Info
Revealed in 1978 to have been a stop on the underground railroad, Slave Haven/Burkle Estate Museum now offers guided tours of the hidden passageways under the house, featuring stories of the slaves who stopped here for a night before embarking up the Mississippi River.
Spanning over 14 acres of heavily-wooded area, Howard McVay Park offers scenic views and contains a large lake with a walking trail. It provides several amenities, including two playgrounds and numerous picnic tables, grills and drinking fountains.