- 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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Sushi Village 7001 Crestwood Blvd., Suite 606, Birmingham, AL MoreLess Info
Chefs roll sustainable, wild-caught fish and local delicacies into an array of sushi, from classic California rolls to smelt roe nigiri
88% 52 votes
1 Golden Flake Drive, Birmingham, AL 35205 MoreLess Info
Three times a day, visitors can watch potato chips being made at the Golden Flake Company. Visitors can also buy the products that include potato chips, cheese puffs and puff corn.
67% 54 votes
331 Cotton Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35211 MoreLess Info
Built in the first half of the 19th century, Historic Antebellum Home & Gardens features a Greek Revival style mansion that served as a Civil War headquarters. Visitors can choose from either self-guided or staff led tours through the mansion.
69% 58 votes
Liberty Park, Birmingham, AL MoreLess Info
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.
100% 1 votes
6509 E.J. Oliver Blvd, Hoover, AL 35226 MoreLess Info
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 The museum features historic radio equipment dating back to the 1920's as well as historical documents and control room artifacts.
94% 230 votes
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.
80% 15 votes
3437 Loch Haven Drive, Hoover, AL MoreLess Info
With a small dog area and a large dog area, the Loch Haven Dog Park allows dogs to run free in a fenced in park. Agility equipment and water fountains for dogs are also available at the park.
92% 97 votes
3530 Lorna Road, Hoover, AL 35216 MoreLess Info
The Aldridge Botanical Gardens covers 30 acres with various plant species, most notably from the hydrangeas species. It also has a lake and walking trails.
90% 41 votes
617 Preserve Parkway, Hoover, AL 35216 MoreLess Info
Spanning 250 acres, the Moss Rock Preserve and Waterfall is a publicly owned and managed natural forest and stream system. The preserve features five miles of hiking trails along stream beds, past waterfalls and natural boulder formations.
98% 705 votes
6040 Barber Motorsports Pkwy, Leeds, AL 35094 MoreLess Info
Barber Motorsports Museum & Park is a motorcyclist's dream with over 1200 vintage and modern motorcycles and racecars and the largest collection of Lotus cars on display. They are dedicated to the presentation, interpretation, exhibition and history of motorcycles, vintage vehicles and motorsports.
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1929 US Highway 11, Trussville, AL 35173 MoreLess Info
At Gipsons Gymnastics, visitors can bring their children for tumbling and trampoline instructional classes. The gym provides all the equipment necessary for these classes, such as beams, ramps, and more.