- TripBuzz found 54 things to do with kids in or near Birmingham, Alabama, including 31 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pelham, Hoover, Bessemer and Trussville.
- From Rickwood Field Park to Birmingham Zoo, the Birmingham area offers 51 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Parks and Food Shops.
- As the largest city in Alabama, Birmingham has a population of over 212,000. The city is the cultural and entertainment capital of the state, featuring a selection of museums, art galleries, an opera house and ballet. The city also supports its local, thriving art community presenting an array of film, art and music festivals throughout the year.
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Magnolia BBQ and Fish Birmingham MoreLess Info
Menu includes pulled pork, shrimp, rip tips, smoked chicken, cheeseburgers, pecan pie, barbecue baked beans, and potato salad
99% 88 votes
1137 2nd Ave W, Birmingham, AL 35203 MoreLess Info
Rickwood Field is the oldest surviving professional ballpark in the United States. Originally opened in 1910 for the Birmingham Black Barons, the ballpark is currently being restored and features special events and ball games.
75% 3210 votes
2630 Cahaba Road, Birmingham, AL 35223 MoreLess Info
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.
52% 29 votes
1012 Dunnavant Valley Rd Chelsea, AL 35043, Birmingham, AL MoreLess Info
TreeTop Family Adventures is an amusement park fun center that offers indoor and outdoor attractions. The center features go-kart racing, arcade, laser tag, kid zone, miniature golf, miniature bowling and a full service snack bar.
53% 195 votes
4599 Alabama Adventure Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35022 MoreLess Info
Splash Adventure, formerly Alabama Adventure, is a water park. Attractions at the park include a nine-story drop slide, an 800,000 wave pool, tube slides, toddler water play area, a 216-foot flume, and a lazy river.
23% 48 votes
400 Graymont Avenue West, Birmingham, AL 35204 MoreLess Info
Built in 1927 and affectionately referred to as the 'Old Gray Lady', Legion Field has a long legacy of hosting memorable sporting events. Today, it is home to the University of Alabama at Birmingham and bowl games.
92% 2546 votes
200 19th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203 MoreLess Info
With 4 floors of interactive exhibits, the McWane Science Center aims at acquainting children with everything that means science and natural life. Amongst others, it has a collection of dinosaurs and an aquarium.
91% 840 votes
1600 1st Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35223 MoreLess Info
Covering 19 acres, Birmingham's Railroad Park has playgrounds, skate parks, an outdoor gym, a history wall, picnic areas, and a ranger's house. There is also a trail system.
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.
87% 3290 votes
1701 Valley View Dr, Birmingham, AL 35233 MoreLess Info
Named after the Roman god of fire and smithery, the Vulcan Park & Museum is guarded by the third largest cast iron statue in the world, weighing 50 tons.
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.