Things to Do with Kids in Wetumpka, AL

  • TripBuzz found 41 things to do with kids in or near Wetumpka, Alabama, including 35 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Montgomery and Prattville.
  • From Titans Gymnastics & Cheer to Skate Zone 2000, the Wetumpka area offers 34 different types of family activities, including: Gardens, River, Historic Sites and Recreation Centers.
  • An outlining community of Montgomery, Wetumpka is a rural town in Alabama. It sits on the Coosa River making it ideal for water sports like paddling and fishing. This area is further known for its many nature trails along with an outdoor museum and garden. Wetumpka is also home to a casino providing for adult gambling and live entertainment.
  • TripBuzz found 41 things to do with kids in or near Wetumpka, Alabama, including 35 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Montgomery and Prattville.
  • From Titans Gymnastics & Cheer to Skate Zone 2000, the Wetumpka area offers 34 different types of family activities, including: Gardens, River, Historic Sites and Recreation Centers.
  • An outlining community of Montgomery, Wetumpka is a rural town in Alabama. It sits on the Coosa River making it ideal for water sports like paddling and fishing. This area is further known for its many nature trails along with an outdoor museum and garden. Wetumpka is also home to a casino providing for adult gambling and live entertainment.
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12.3 Miles
50% 2 votes
Theaters 2399 Cobbs Ford Road, Prattville, AL 36066 MoreLess Info
With an arcade area in the lobby, Carmike Promenade 12 offers the latest films to its visitors. The tickets can be purchased online beforehand so visitors don't have to wait in line at the ticket stand.
12.4 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.
12.6 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.
12.6 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.
12.6 Miles
71% 51 votes
Boat Tours 335 Coosa St, Montgomery, AL 36104 MoreLess Info
The Harriett II, Riverboat offers cruises on the Alabama River. A variety of options are available including scenic lunch cruises, dinner cruises, blues cruises, educational cruises, and the ship can be rented for special events.
12.6 Miles
93% 104 votes
Sports Stadiums (Professional) 200 Coosa St., Montgomery, AL MoreLess Info
Home to the Montgomery Biscuits, Riverwalk Stadium offers minor league baseball at it's finest. The stadium, surrounded by historic Montgomery offers delicious ballpark fare, live entertainment, special events and more.
12.7 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.
12.7 Miles
92% 26 votes
Theaters 201 Tallapoosa St, Montgomery, AL 36104 MoreLess Info
Located at the Renaissance Hotel, Montgomery Performing Arts Centre hosts a variety of performing arts acts from touring musicians to symphonies. The venue can seat up to 1,800 people and features balcony seating.
12.7 Miles
87% 106 votes
Parks 103 North Perry St., Montgomery, AL MoreLess Info
The Riverfront Park contains a 6,000 seat outside amphitheater with no permanent seating, and a splash pad. The park is also home to the Harriet II, Riverboat, and a Union Station train shed.
12.8 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.
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