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Madison Children's Theatre - Committed to presenting family oriented theatre productions to Madison and the surrounding communities.

DeSoto Caverns Family Fun Park - There's always something fun for everyone- over 25 attractions to take part in! During your hour long guided tour through beautiful DeSoto Caverns, you will see thousands of cave formations.

Alabama Constitution Village - Hear the whir of the spinning wheel... smell the enticing aroma of freshly baked bread being prepared over an open fire... turn the great wheel lathe in the cabinetmaker's shop... and visit with villagers busy with their daily tasks, seemingly unaware that nearly two centuries have come and gone.

Helen Keller's Birthplace - Since 1954 Helen Keller's birthplace has been a permanent shrine to the "miracle" that occurred in a blind and deaf seven-year old girl's life. At that time Ivy Green was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Huntsville Depot & Museum - Hear the rattle of the tracks and the engineer's whistle as you experience life on the rails in 1860. Discover Civil War graffiti & listen as Andy, the robotic ticket agent, tells of Alabama's railway history.

North Alabama Railroad Museum - Here you will find a facility reflecting a love of trains and a desire to preserve railroad history. Over twenty seven pieces of major rolling stock have been preserved including both freight and passenger equipment and three historic locomotives.

Jesse Owens Memorial Park & Museum - Features a Welcome Center, Statue, Museum, a 1936 Torch Replica, Jesse Owens Home Replica, Gold Medallion Court, Picnic Pavilions and lots more.

Moundville Archaeological Park - Eight hundred years ago, Moundville was the largest city in North America. 26 large prehistoric platform mounds in 320-acre park. Attractions include reconstructed Indian village, museum, nature trails, campground, temple mound and picnic sites on banks of Black Warrior River.

Alabama Veterans Museum - The museum was established to preserve the memories of Alabama veterans by creating a permanent resting place for artifacts and memorabilia.

Fort Payne Depot Museum - The mission of the Fort Payne Depot Museum is summarized as: to collect, preserve and, through exhibits, educate the public about the history of the DeKalb County area.

Ave Maria Grotto - Known throughout the world as 'Jerusalem in Miniature', is a beautifully landscaped, four-acre park designed to provide a natural setting for the 125 miniature reproductions of some of the most famous historic buildings and shrines of the world.

Animal House Zoological Park - Home to 300 animals from more than 100 different species.

Theatre Tuscaloosa - One of the largest community theatres in the state, works in partnership with Shelton State Community College to provide quality theatrical experiences to the citizens of West Alabama through performances, workshops and classroom instruction.

Spring Valley Beach - Features fun for the entire family! This waterpark offers the best for a nice relaxing day and plenty of adventure for thrill seekers.

Pond Spring and Joe Wheeler Home - Located near Courtland, Pond Spring (The Wheeler Plantation) was home to Joseph Wheeler, former Major General of Cavalry of the great Confederate western army, The Army of Tennessee, also a long-time U.S. Congressman following the Civil War, and U.S. Army Major General during the Spanish-American War.

EarlyWorks Children's History Museum - Designed for children - go ahead ... touch, climb, pull, explore! Hear stories from the Talking Tree, play a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and try your hand at building in the Kidstruction Zone.

Huntsville Museum of Art - The nationally-accredited Museum fills its seven galleries with a variety of exhibitions throughout the year, including prestigious traveling exhibits and the work of nationally and regionally acclaimed artists. The Museum’s own 2,300-piece permanent collection also forms the basis for several exhibitions each year.

Sci-Quest - A non-profit, hands-on science center for children of all ages. Currently Sci-Quest is home to over forty interactive exhibits, all volunteer built, which demonstrate basic principles of science.

Guntersville Museum & Cultural Center - As a living repository, the Museum offers visitors a chance to explore everything from Native American artifacts to interesting local personalities.

Gadsden Museum of Art - Works of Southern art and artists and houses an extensive permanent collection of paintings, sculptures, and prints. In addition, the museum hosts a series of changing exhibits featuring the works of local and regional artists.

Cullman County Museum - Interactive displays and modern exhibits stand ready for you to experience the rich German heritage, native American lifestyles, adventure of early pioneers and Deep South folklore when you visit with us.

Huntsville Speedway - Throughout the years, Huntsville Speedway's name has changed several times, but the competition at the little quarter-mile track nestled at the foot of Green Mountain hasn't.

Huntsville Botanical Garden - Merges the timeless beauty of nature with the technology of the surrounding scientific community. Explore the beautiful specialty gardens, tour the Exhibit Hall, and participate in a variety of educational opportunities.

Children's Museum of the Shoals - A unique community resource that offers hands-on exhibits and programs geared specifically to the developmental stages and needs of children.