- 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.
Dedicated to the father of contemporary country music, the Hank Williams Museum has a vast collection of memorabilia, including suits, portraits, guitars, and even the Cadillac in which he died. It has a gift shop.
Capitol Hill Golf Course boasts of three 18-hole golf courses, The Senator, The Legislator, and The Judge. Capitol Hill belongs to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The clubhouses are all well kept and have very good facilities.
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.
The Montgomery Visitors Center is located in the renovated Union Station train depot originally opening in 1898. Inside, visitors can watch a movie about Montgomery, get detailed maps of the area, and get their questions answered.
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.
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Located on the spot where Rosa Sparks started the civil rights movement, the Rosa Parks Library & Museum honors her memory with exhibits dating from those times, including official documents, and even a public bus replica of the one where she was arrested.
With origins as a movie theater dating back to the 1930s, The Davis Theatre hosts a variety of performing arts events, from symphonies to musicals. The theater retains some of its original furnishings and features balcony seating.
On May 20, 1961, 21 young people stepped off a bus at the Greyhound Station and changed the course of American history forever with their nonviolent protest. Visitors can view the outside informational kiosks, hear gallery talks, and see special displays at the converted Greyhound Station, now Freedom Rides Mus…
With more than 300,000 visitors each year, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival is one of the Top 10 largest festivals in the world dedicated to Shakespeare. Besides its own productions, this theatre also stages more than 400 plays each year. It can accommodate more than 1,000 visitors.
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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.