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Aldridge Gardens
#1 of 12 things to do in Hoover
A bit of heaven amid the hustle and bustle less than a few miles away... Family friendly!
There are many great spots for photos here and it is a popular place for young people before prom, engagement and wedding photos and Easter pictures of the kids.
Moss Rock Preserve & Waterfalls
#3 of 12 things to do in Hoover
Exciting for kids o all ages.took 4 grandkids to go to for a quick walk before eating.You can go for a long walk or a 20 minute hike to the nearby rocks and everyone has fun and really work their imagination.
Children will be captivated for hours exploring the nooks and crannies of the small gorge, or the immense rock covered area providing several displays of water falling, ranging from the dribbling to the curtain sh...
Riverchase Galleria
#2 of 12 things to do in Hoover
My family enjoyed this mall -- lots of restaurants and stores to choose from....a fun food court and carousel, too.
The food court offers a variety of foods & there is a beautiful Carousel for the children.
Hoover Metropolitan Complex
#4 of 12 things to do in Hoover
Great family atmosphere.
McWane Science Center Birmingham 8.8 mi away
#3 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
You will be so happy when you go in center you will be amazed by all the different things you see in the canter it will just amaze the kids ans well as the adult.
Love the interaction with the exhibits -grandchildren love to go and talk about it all the time, but us older kids can still enjoy and even learn a thing or two, highly recommend for all ages.
Regions Field Birmingham 8.3 mi away
#5 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
Fabulous Family Fun!
Overall, we felt like Regions Field is a very family friendly environment and a wonderful addition to the Downtown Birmingham community and have already been back several times!
Birmingham's Railroad Park Birmingham 8.4 mi away
#8 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
Railroad Park is the perfect place for lunchtime runs, family picnics, free after work work-outs, a game of frisbee, or just to sit, relax, and enjoy the views.
Great FREE place for picnic, studying, pictures, or playing with the kids and dogs!
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Oak Mountain State Park Pelham 5.2 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Pelham
Boys finally Boy Scouts) See the rescue birds Visit the nature center Watch kids play in the park Fishing Pedal boating Hang out with friends Relax in a hammock (ours) There is other stuff to but the above is what...
The whole park is centered around trails, bike riders, and families and kids.
Alabama Theatre Birmingham 8.8 mi away
#6 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
The old holiday movies are such a treat during the holiday season for special family outings.
Thus, enabling 21st century children to experience for themselves the grandeur of generations past.
16th Street Baptist Church Birmingham 8.4 mi away
#7 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
The church is right across the street from the museum, and a painful remainder of the church bombing which took the lives of some of Birmingham's finest children.
We toured the church during our family reunion.
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Vulcan Park and Museum Birmingham 7.2 mi away
#10 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
There is a little museum that gives you a short and sweet history of the formation of the city great for kids but there are a bunch of steps from the parking lot below that may be tiring for some of the older folk.
Visiting Vulcan has been a family tradition and it is really enhanced with the museum and renovated plaza and trail system.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens Birmingham 7.0 mi away
#9 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
Enjoyed watching Photographers taking pictures of Brides/Families/Children- added a reminder of timeless settings within the Gardens.
Great stuff and perfect gifts for any family and friends who like to garden!
Civil Rights District Birmingham 8.9 mi away
#13 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
The trail includes signs for different themes (the children's crusade, boycotts, etc.), each with historical info, photos, and questions/prompts aimed at helping kids (and adults!) understand and think more deeply...
You can see the monuments to the leaders of this movement who were willing to die in order that their children might be free to get the same resources that white people in Birmingham took for granted.
Birmingham Museum of Art Birmingham 9.3 mi away
#4 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
The restaurant is outstanding and the gift shop has very interesting items including books, jewelry, art objects and fun gifts for children.
It could be just because they've studied so much history in our homeschooling, or maybe because it was their first city art museum, but my kids loved every minute of the birmingham museum of art.
Birmingham Zoo Birmingham 7.0 mi away
#15 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
There is plenty to while there including camel rides, a splash pad for kids, a petting zoo, birds you can feed, a train ride, zip lining, a tube slide, daily seal shows, and lion feedings.
Great animal inter action such as being able to feed the flamingos: excellent family experience for all ages including adults.
Kelly Ingram Park Birmingham 8.8 mi away
#11 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
The history of the brave women men, and children is powerful and instructive.
Each station gave some insight into key events - the dogs and water cannons, throwing kids in jail and the bombing of the church.
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Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Birmingham 8.9 mi away
#2 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
In addition to traditional museum exhibits, it offered periodic video and audio clips which helped our kids make connections to real people, children included, during such an impactful time.
The exhibit is well organized and is a great day trip for families seeking more from our history.
Red Mountain Park Birmingham 5.0 mi away
#17 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
Overall they’ve done a really wonderful job in making all 1,500 acres a beautiful, safe and fun place for families and their fur babies.
The trail path is wide enough for walkers, runners, bikes and families with children.
The Summit Birmingham 5.9 mi away
#26 of 72 things to do in Birmingham
Well maintained and plenty of parking, its a great place for all the family.