- TripBuzz found 41 things to do with kids in or near Trussville, Alabama, including 36 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Birmingham, Pelham, Hoover and Leeds.
- From Gipsons Gymnastics to Civitan Park John LeMaster Disc Golf Course, the Trussville area offers 52 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Disc Golf, Gymnastics and Parks.
- Trussville, located in both Jefferson and St. Clair County, Alabama, is home to a population of just under 20,000 residents. Spanning an area of over 20 square miles, Trussville is located in central Alabama near Birmingham, along the Cahaba River. Originally an agriculture community, the city has become one of the fastest growing suburbs in the area.
4343 N 73rd St, Birmingham, AL 35206 MoreLess Info
The exhibits displayed at the Southern Museum of Flight pertain to both the military and the civil domain. There are Korean War Jet collections, Vietnam War helicopters, Tuskegee Airmen collections and others. It organizes summer camps for children.
One-fifth the size of the real Statue of Liberty, the Birmingham model was commissioned by the founder of Liberty National Life Insurance Company and stood atop that building from 1958 to 1989 when it was moved to its current location. The flame is lit by natural gas.
20 32nd St N, Birmingham, AL 35222 MoreLess Info
With the oldest building from the site dating back to 1902, the Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark produced iron for almost 80 years, until it was transformed into a museum in 1983. There are 40 buildings on the site and 2 blast-furnaces. It can host special events.
Home to all types of mammals, birds, and reptiles, the Birmingham Zoo was first opened in 1955 and now hosts more than 170 animals. It has a Zoo Train and a Carousel, and also organizes special events, such as the Nocturnal Adventure.
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2612 Lane Park Road, Mountain Brook, AL 25223 MoreLess Info
Burmingham Botanical features themed gardens, flowers and wooded areas. Enjoy the Japanese gardens, the Fern Glade, and the Formal Gardens. If you love flowers, the rose garden and crepe myrtle gardens are perfect. It's a great park for walking and exploring.
The Peanut Depot started roasting peanuts in 1907. Visitors can see peanuts roasted in the old antique roasters, buy fresh roasted, salted and Cajun peanuts, and see the architecturally interesting turn of the century building.
Having found its new home inside the Alabama Power Building the Don Kresge Memorial Museum if a interesting place to visit for locals and tourists. The museum features historic radio equipment dating back to the 1920's as well as historical documents and control room artifacts.
When it was built in 1927, the Alabama Theatre was intended for silent movies. The original Wurlitzer theater organ is still in display. The theatre hosts approximately 250 events each year and attracts more than 400,000 people each year.