- Our list of the best things to do in Orange Beach, Alabama, features the top 124 nearby activities — including 66 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Orange Beach, AL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Sights & Landmarks, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 36 things to do within the city of Orange Beach, AL , followed by 88 popular activities in nearby cities, including Pensacola, Gulf Shores, Foley, Perdido Key, Fairhope, Pensacola Beach, Bon Secour, Elberta, Daphne, Point Clear, Summerdale and Gulf Breeze
27844 Canal Rd, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
Cruise Orange Beach offers cruises to see the dolphins on two boats. Once the dolphins have been watched, the two boats pull next to each other and participants have a water fight, followed by the pulling up of a crab trap and the chance to touch a crab.
98% 199 votes
4700 Main Street Unit G-114, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
The Gulf Adventure Center has moved from Gulf State Park in Gulf Shores to The Wharf in Orange Beach, AL. We anticipate opening in early September with taller towers, longers zips, and new adventures!
98% 85 votes
4673 Wharf Parkway, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
Catering to families, A-Pair-A-Dice Charters - Private Tours, thrives on treating their guests to an up close and personal adventure at sea. Book a Dolphin watching or Shrimping tour, the Captain may even let your kids navigate the boat.
At the Coastal Arts Center, sometimes known as the Orange Beach Arts Center, visitors can view hot glass demonstrations, make their own fused glass projects, view pottery demonstrations, and make their own clay items. Visitors can also buy items in the gift shop.
99% 67 votes
26389 Canal Road, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
Coastal Arts Center of Orange Beach is an art gallery with more than 100 regional artists and a hot glass studio, clay studio and gift shop. Classes are offered daily for both adults and children.
With day and sunset cruises available, Surf's Up Dolphin Cruises takes visitors out to the ocean to follow dolphins. During the cruise, the staff provides narration on the habitat and behaviors of the dolphins.
The sailing vessel Daedalus contains many cleats, winches, and portholes were salvaged from a 1920's 50 foot sloop known as The Last Straw, along with an underwater glass viewing portal. With Sail the Daedalus people can take a sunset cruise or a dolphin viewing cruise on the boat.
There are plenty attractions at the Adventure Island for the entire family to have fun: there are kiddie rides, arcade games, mini golf, bumper boats, and a five-story volcano among others. Also, it can host parties.