- TripBuzz found 25 things to do with kids in or near Florence, Alabama, including 6 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Muscle Shoals and Tuscumbia.
- From Pickwick Lake to Children's Museum of the Shoals, the Florence area offers 36 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and History Museums.
- Considered to be north-western Alabama's primary economic area, Florence, AL is the largest city in the metropolitan area known as 'The Shoals.' Florence is known for its notable annual events including the W.C. Handy Music Festivals, the Renaissance Faire, and the Rosenbaum House, which was designed by Flank Lloyd Wright.
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90% 20 votes
1702 South Jefferson St., Athens, AL 35611 MoreLess Info
The Cinemagic Theatre offers a choice of indoor or outdoor movie viewing. The drive-in shows quality new-releases with modern audio and video capabilities. A clean, friendly, and warm atmosphere awaits movie lovers of all ages on the inside as well.
96% 28 votes
100 Pryor Street, Athens, AL MoreLess Info
Artifacts like uniforms, weapons, medals, books, and photographs are on display in a large exhibit at the Alabama Veterans Museum & Archives. Visitors can also access a monthly coffee call, gift shop, meeting facilities, and guided tours by local veterans.
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100 North Beaty Street, Athens, AL 35611 MoreLess Info
Consisting of interlacing trails, Athens-Limestone County Nature & Heritage Trails takes visitors through various parks and recreational areas in the city. These trails include the Civil Wart Trail, the 89-Mile Noah Bike Trail, the Antebellum Trial, and other historic pathways.
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2015 Westmead St SW, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
Golf Shores Mini Golf offers a miniature golf course and also features an arcade with video games, billiards and air hockey. Their snack bar includes nachos, hot dogs, burgers, shaved ice and ice cream.
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902 6th St NW, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
A multipurpose recreation facility, the Carrie Matthews Recreation Center offers sports, classes, and programs for kids and adults. The facility has basketball and volleyball courts, and hosts a variety of leagues.
93% 15 votes
Sycamore Street, Hillyer Place, Barry Street, Pate Street, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
The Old Decatur Historic District is a historical district that was created in the year of 1820. The age of the houses range from 1829 to present day and the styles vary from the Empire period to the Edwardian Cottage.
81% 114 votes
925 Bank Street NE, Decatur, AL MoreLess Info
Old State Bank may be considered the building that put the city on the map. After having it built in 1833, Decatur's economy leaped, establishing it as an important city in the state. Besides its historical importance, the Old State Bank also has a peaceful garden around it.
90% 21 votes
723 Bank Street, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
A wide range of artifacts including uniforms and weapons are contained in the Blue & Gray Museum of North Alabama. It is actually considered to be the largest private collection of Civil War artifacts in the United States.
50% 2 votes
723 Bank St NW, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
The Civil War is memorialized and studied within the Blue & Gray Museum. Historical items from the war like period drums, muskets, pistols, swords, and uniforms are preserved and put on display within the site.
100% 1 votes
624 Bank Street, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
The Morgan County Archives is a collection of thousands of documents including population records, genealogy information, and more. Also included in the archives is a small museum with a number of old photographs, art pieces, and period clothing.