- 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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1202 5th Ave SW, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
As the name suggests, Aquadome Recreation Center has an aquatics center inside of a dome shaped, glass structure. The center features a zero depth entry pool and a 25 yard lap pool.
100% 1 votes
100 Market St NW, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
During the summer, the Rhodes Ferry Park hosts a concert series in its open areas that are transformed into stages. Facilities within the park itself include a large children's playground, lighted walking paths, two pavilions, and two picnic shelters.
72% 183 votes
Decatur, AL 35602 MoreLess Info
The Point Mallard Waterpark is a family theme park that features a wave pool, swimming pool, lazy river and other activities including walking trail and camping, playground, beach and a mini-golf course. The park also offers day parties and birthday parties.
81% 16 votes
112 Second Avenue NE, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
Known for it's retro vibe and historic neon signage, the Princess Theatre is a piece of Alabama history. The performance venue plays host to a diverse selection of entertainment including big names in music, local artists, plays and film.
60% 5 votes
Piney Chapel Road, Athens, AL 35614 MoreLess Info
Walkers will enjoy nature scenes and views of wildlife along the Richard Martin Trail. Covering several miles with winding paths, it is also suitable for bicyclists, runners and horseback riders.
88% 8 votes
Decatur, AL MoreLess Info
The Decatur Convention & Visitors Bureau is a facility that provides information on dining options, nearby attractions, lodging, campgrounds, shopping, and spas. The information center also provides maps of the local region.
92% 26 votes
Gordon Drive, Decatur, AL 35602 MoreLess Info
Historic structures, picnic pavilions, lit tennis courts, walking trails, gardens, and a playground are featured in Delano Park, which is open to the general public. It is spread over 28 acres and is nearly 130 years old.
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719 6th Ave SE, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
With four tours to choose from, Decatur Walking Tours & Trails takes visitors through the area's historical and cultural sites. One of these tours revolves around the history of a Confederate led battle during the Civil War.
93% 71 votes
412 13th Street SE, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
Over 2,000 species of exotic insects, mounted birds and animals are displayed at Cook's Natural Science Museum. You can also see exhibits of rocks, sea shells, snakes and coral. All are housed in a modern, 5,000-square-foot facility which takes about an hour to tour.
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401 14th St SE, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
The Funland Skate Castle is a castle-themed indoor amusement center and roller rink. The facility offers open skating as well as party and event rentals, and also has pool tables and a video arcade.