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    Tricks,Treats, & Trails at Red Mountain Park

    October 29th Red Mountain Park wants you to spend Halloween weekend with them in the trials. On Saturday, October 29th, the whole family can enjoy Tricks, Treats, and Trails. The event welcomes all ages to rack up on candy while trick or treating down the trails, beginning at 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. There will […]

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  • Spring Valley Beach

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    Spring Valley Beach

    Spring Valley Beach is an extreme water park located about an hour from both Birmingham and Huntsville in Blountsville off of Highway 231. Home to a 2-acre pool cited as the largest in the Southeast, Spring Valley is built for fun with five major slides including the 360 Rush that drops riders down 58 feet […]

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  • Itty Bitty Magic City Diner

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    Welcome to Itty Bitty Magic City

    McWane Science Center will opened its newest addition, The Birmingham Children’s Museum Itty Bitty Magic City, on May 16, 2015. This new space will be for the center’s littlest visitors – from newborns to kindergarteners – as well as their families.

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  • Vulcan Museum Homewood

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    Vulcan Park and Museum

    There’s more to Vulcan Park than the world’s largest cast iron statue (as if that’s not enough). The museum at the park offers exhibits and interactive displays to teach visitors of all ages not only about the history of the Vulcan statue, but also about life in the Magic City through the decades. Explore how […]

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  • Southern Museum of Flight

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    Southern Museum of Flight

    The mission of the Southern Museum of Flight is to investigate, preserve, and promote the rich stories of Southern aviation and to provide exciting, interactive, and educational programming for people of all ages. Through partnerships with the community, the Southern Museum of Flight offers a number of exhibitions, displays, and educational services. The Korean War […]

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  • Children's Hands on Museum

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    Children’s Hands on Museum of Tuscaloosa

    Children’s Hands On Museum of Tuscaloosa (CHOM) is all about learning through play—visitors are encouraged to touch, feel, and play in the 21 exhibits spread over three floors. In Lil’ Sprouts Farmer’s Market, children can be a customer and pick their favorite vegetables or be a farmer and sell their crop. The Captain Tim Parker […]

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    Anniston Museum of Natural History

    Explore the wilds of Africa, the wonders of the North American wilderness, and the mysteries of 2,000-year-old mummies, all without leaving the borders of Alabama. Open-air exhibits at the Anniston Museum of Natural History let visitors get up close to majestic, and often deadly, animals. The museum features one of the country’s oldest exhibits of […]

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