- TripBuzz found 66 things to do with kids in or near Spanish Fort, Alabama, including 54 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mobile, Fairhope, Daphne and Foley.
- From Kangaroos Family Fun Center to Eastern Shore Lanes, the Spanish Fort area offers 61 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Airboat Tours, Boat Tours and Bowling.
- Spanish Fort is a quaint waterfront residential community located on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay. The city's rich history dates back to the early 1700's and those traveling to the area can visit the areas historic Blakely State park to enjoy the natural surrounding and hiking trails. Also popular are the water recreation opportunities offered bayside.
Rock Creek Golf Club offers passionate golf players an 18 hole championship golf course, a bar with a fine selection of drinks and a restaurant. For the beginners, special golf lessons are held by PGA professional players.
Besides the ship itself, which is an important part of America's military history, USS Alabama Battleship can be considered a national park, since it has a large front-yard for picnics, cars shows and the likes, while also having an avionics museum.
The Battleship USS Alabama sailed for seven decades and currently is a floating museum. Exhibits include a World War II submarine, a Blackbird spy plane, Vietnam River patrol boat, and a plane like the one flown by the Tuskegee Airmen.
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With a collection of more than 50 interactive exhibits, the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center is sure to attract both children and their parents. It also has a theatre which shows themed documentaries. It can also host special events.
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104 Theatre St, Mobile, AL 36602 MoreLess Info
Visitors can take guided tours of the Conde-Charlotte Museum House originally built in 1850 for Jonathan and Elizabeth Kirkbride. The house is restored with period antiques, and visitors can also see sections of the jail that was on the site from 1822 to 1850.
At Saenger Theatre Mobile, visitors can attend a range of performing arts events, from rock n' roll bands to musicals. The theater was constructed in 1927 and retains many of its original architectural features.