Things to Do with Kids in Selma, AL

  • TripBuzz found 9 things to do with kids in or near Selma, Alabama.
  • From Old Cahawba Archaeological Park to National Voting Rights Museum & Institute, the Selma area offers 27 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Movie Theaters, Military Museums and Bridges.
  • Located on the lush, scenic banks of the Alabama River, the city of Selma is most popularly known for its historic past. The city was the sight of a major Voting Rights movement and march in 1965 and its past is commemorated in many local museums and festivals held annually. Other points of interest include local dining, shopping and riverside water recreation.
  • TripBuzz found 9 things to do with kids in or near Selma, Alabama.
  • From Old Cahawba Archaeological Park to National Voting Rights Museum & Institute, the Selma area offers 27 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Movie Theaters, Military Museums and Bridges.
  • Located on the lush, scenic banks of the Alabama River, the city of Selma is most popularly known for its historic past. The city was the sight of a major Voting Rights movement and march in 1965 and its past is commemorated in many local museums and festivals held annually. Other points of interest include local dining, shopping and riverside water recreation.
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41.8 Miles
82% 108 votes
Historic Sites 301 Columbus St, Montgomery, AL 36104 MoreLess Info
Old Town Alabama contains six blocks of restored buildings from the 18th and 19th century with each block having at least one costumed interpreter. The site has more than 50 buildings including a one-room schoolhouse, gristmill, cotton gin, antebellum mansion, log cabins, and slave quarters.
41.9 Miles
97% 29 votes
Factory Tours 700 Hyundai Boulevard, Montgomery, AL 36105 MoreLess Info
Visitors who take the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Factory Tour will view display cars in the showroom, be driven through the manufacturing plant and watch the technological process of car building. Tours are by reservation only and last 90 minutes.
42.0 Miles
82% 203 votes
History Museums Montgomery, AL MoreLess Info
Built in 1847, the Alabama State Capitol is the first confederate capitol in the country. It shows a fa├žade designed in the Greek revival style and it is 350 feet wide and 119 feet tall. It is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
42.1 Miles
88% 1205 votes
Historic Homes Washington St., Montgomery, AL 36130 MoreLess Info
Built in 1835 and still being furnished with the original 1850 pieces, the White House of the Confederacy is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
42.1 Miles
93% 135 votes
History Museums 624 Washington Ave, Montgomery, AL 36130 MoreLess Info
Created in 1901, the Alabama Department of Archives & History is the first state department of archives and history in the United States. In addition to a large research library, the building contains more than 500,000 museum artifacts.
42.4 Miles
96% 1069 votes
Historic Sites 315 S. Jackson Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 MoreLess Info
The house where Martin Luther King lived between 1954 and 1860, the Dexter Parsonage Museum - Dr. Martin Luther King home was included in the National Register of Historic Places.
42.4 Miles
89% 9 votes
Specialty Museums 303 S Jackson Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 MoreLess Info
The Dexter Parsonage Museum is the house where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr lived for four years while helping to lead the Montgomery bus boycott. Now on the register of national historic places, tours are conducted here Tuesday through Saturday.
42.6 Miles
100% 2 votes
Specialty Museums 919 Felder Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36106 MoreLess Info
A museum dedicated to the memory and legacy of F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda, the Fitzgerald Scott & Zelda Museum features an array of exhibits of artifacts pertaining to the Great Gatsby author.
42.7 Miles
Exhibiting a collection of photographs, letters, sample of manuscripts, and other memorabilia, the F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum is the only remaining house in Montgomery where the celebrated novelist lived with his wife.
42.9 Miles
50% 22 votes
Observatories & Planetariums 1010 Forest Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36106 MoreLess Info
Geared toward education for all ages, the Montgomery City Planetarium offers something for everyone. The center features star gazing tours, educational films, and a gift shop and is surrounded by a park.
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