- 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.
Grand National Golf Course is meant to test both patience and stamina. Both its Link course and its Lake course were in the Golf Digest's America's Top 50 Affordable Courses, while also being on the same magazine's Top 40 Super Value courses.
Slavery & Civil War Museum is the sister museum to the National Voting Rights Museum. They display both permanent and temporary exhibits that depict historical, topical and provocative impacts and occurrences during the period of slavery in America.
The Carmike Tiger 13 movie theater is a cinema that offers Big D technology, custom luxury seating, 7.1 surround sound, and digital projection for both 3D and 2D productions. The cinema also offers concessions for moviegoers.
Made with Greek Revival architecture, The Smitherman Building is a large brick building featuring historical documents and artifacts from the Civil War era. It also has a collection of Native American artifacts, including artwork and clothing.
The rich history of the Vaughan-Smitherman Museum has been well-preserved for its visitors. Historic documents are on display, and era-appropriate restorations provide an authentic walk through of the former hospital. Weddings and receptions are often hosted.
An antebellum mansion designed in the neoclassical style, Sturdivant Hall Museum features a large collection of authentic period furnishings. It also houses a gallery of original artwork by local artist Clara Weaver Parrish.