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Montgomery Performing Arts Centre - Serving as the center for entertainment in downtown Montgomery, the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre is a state-of-the-art facility large enough for first run Broadway shows, yet intimate enough with 1,800 seats to view a wide variety of concerts, opera, comedy, dance and children's shows.

Fun Factory - Enterprise's only Family Fun Center. Bring your family for traditional and modern attractions such as a full-size Skating Rink, Black-light Miniature Golf and Rock Climb Wall, plus much more.

Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts - For seventy years, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts has been a showcase for the visual arts in Central Alabama. A primary focus of the Museum's mission is collecting and preserving works by some of history's best known, and some of the region's best loved, artists.

National Voting Rights Museum & Institute - Offers pictorial history of voting rights struggle. Displays exceptional record of events and participants that made Civil Rights history.

Wiregrass Museum of Art - The museum's main floor galleries feature the ever changing world of art. Works of art which reflect cultural heritage and traditions, or present the creative ideas of today's artist, craftsmen and designers are included in an annual schedule of eight to ten exhibitions.

Pioneer Museum of Alabama - More than 18,000 artifacts to show you how early settlers lived in Alabama. Visitors can see an authentic wood burning-style locomotive, Native American artifacts, a working smoke house, an actual log crib from the 1850s, Civil War memorabilia, and more.

G.W. Carver Interpretive Museum - The museum is a tribute to Dr. Carver as a proud symbol of achievement. His role as a catalyst for southern agronomic prosperity and his creative genius. Major features include an overview of the historical scope of contributions and achievements of African and African descended cultures as reflected by Dr. Carver.

The MOOseum - A fun and interactive way for people of all ages to learn about Alabama's $2 billion beef cattle industry.

Adventureland Theme Park - A family-oriented mini theme park featuring 2 18-hole miniature golf courses, figure-8 go-cart track, bumper boats, large arcade, video & novelty games, bungee trampolines, batting cages and more.

Fun Zone Skate Center - Offers roller skating, laser tag, bumper cars, arcade games, a gyroscopic virtual simulator chair, jump shot basketball, soft play toddler zone, party rooms, restaurant, and so much more!

Landmark Park - Experience history on an 1890's living history farm, complete with an old farmhouse, smokehouse, cane mill, syrup shed sheep, goats and pigs. Drift back in time in a Victorian gazebo, a one-room schoolhouse, a drugstore/doctor's office, a country store or a turn-of-the-century church. Landmark Park also features an interpretive center and planetarium.

W.A. Gayle Planetarium - Features over 200 theater style seats and is one of the largest Planetariums between Atlanta and New Orleans. See displays from NASA, and visit the Planetarium Gift Shop.

Gaineswood Antebellum House Museum - Owned and operated by Alabama Historical Commission. Most unusual antebellum mansion in state. Domed ceilings, ornate plasterwork, columned and galleried rooms, original furnishings, ghost stories.

U.S. Army Aviation Museum - Visit the largest collection in U.S. Extensive archives on U.S. Army aviation. The museum also features exhibits, military airplanes and helicopters.

Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art - Art changes lives. The museum is here to preserve, enhance, research and interpret the collections on display. Through the presentation of compelling exhibitions and programming to diverse audiences, the museum showcases the transformative power of art.

Hank Williams Museum - Containing the most complete collection of memorabilia, the Official Hank Williams Museum is located in Downtown Montgomery where Hank lived from 1937 - 1953. Come and visit the place where the man who left his mark on the Musical world, will inevitably leave his mark on you.

Museum of East Alabama - Come and receive a look and education about the East Alabama area, Opelika, and Alabama history.

Montgomery Zoo & Mann Museum - The most exciting zoo in the Southeast, complete with 500 animals representing over 150 species - all in a barrier free, natural environment and divided into continents featuring Australian, Asian, African, and North American realms. The museum hosts over 275 exhibits of wildlife, various fresh and saltwater fish, reptiles and insects that are found in North America.

Jasmine Hill Gardens & Outdoor Museum - "Alabama's Little Corner of Greece," features over 20 acres of year-round floral beauty and classical sculpture, including new statuary honoring Olympic heroes.

Old Alabama Town - A collection of over forty restored Alabama structures depicting life in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Dothan Area Botanical Gardens - 50 acres of partially wooded, gently rolling landscape in southeast Alabama. Enjoy the serenity found in this beautiful place.