- TripBuzz found 122 things to do with kids in or near Foley, Alabama, including 115 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Fairhope and Spanish Fort.
- From The Gulf Bowl to Little Lagoon Guide Service, the Foley area offers 69 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Theaters, Arts & Crafts Classes and Specialty Museums.
- Nicknamed 'The Forward City,' Foley, AL strives to provide a clean, green, and healthy environment for visitors and residents alike. With many events throughout the year, visitors will always find something to enjoy in Foley, such as popular tribute bands, local expos, parades, pancake breakfasts, geocaching events, and charity auctions.
Visitors can take a trip off the Gulf Coast on a 10' motorboat with an experienced guide with Little Lagoon Guide Service. For inshore trips, visitors have the opportunity to catch shark, trout, redfish, and more.
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125 E Laurel Avenue, Foley, AL 36535 MoreLess Info
The exhibit at the Foley Museum Archives Railroad Park features a Main Street USA, fire station, car wash, church, bus station, and a city park. A train that runs on the quarter mile track carries children around the park.
Pate's Country Music Hall is a smoking and alcohol-free venue with live music and entertainment for the whole family. It is also available for private gatherings and offers catering through its partnership with Ribs and Reds Restaurant.
Built in 1882, the Swift-Coles Historic Home has 16 rooms and used to hold the Charles Swift Family. In the 1970s, it was purchased by Nick Coles before granted to the county as a historic site open to the public.
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3780 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
The Cobb Pinnacle 14 Cinemas is a movie theater that features RealD 3D technology, a moviegoer club, IMAX movies, and D-BOX technologies. The theater also has Stadium Seating and gift cards available.
Sweet Home Farm is a working family dairy with a herd of pasture fed Guernsey cows. No herbicides, pesticides or growth hormones are used and there are no preservatives or colorings in the cheese. Visitors can enjoy the aroma of aged cheeses, fresh baked bread and decadent cheese fudge.