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Things to do with kids in Evergreen, US, Alabama and nearby

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52 indoor/outdoor places to go with kids in and near Evergreen, US, Alabama:

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Bookers Mill history Evergreen; US, Alabama
Booker’s Mill is known for both its historical value and scenic beauty. The mill, built in the 1800s by prison workers, provided electricity to the neighborhood.
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The C.l. Hybart House history Monroeville; US, Alabama
The Hybart House is a grand 1920s Mediterranean Spanish villa with columns made of stones from Limestone Creek.House became known for its lavish parties that drew dignitaries and politicians from all over the state.
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St. Johns Episcopal Church and Courtyard history Monroeville; US, Alabama
The church's lovely and historic parish hall is nearly 100 years old. The courtyard and cemetery have been developed. The courtyard features lovely landscaping.
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Old Courthouse Museum history Monroeville; US, Alabama
Visitors are free to move throughout the courtroom, including the balcony, witness chair, judge’s bench and tables used by the prosecutor and defense attorney.
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Perdue Hill Masonic Hall history Perdue Hill; US, Alabama
Perdue Hill is a historic unincorporated community in southern Alabama, located off U.S. Highway 84. Situated between the towns of Monroeville and Claiborne, Perdue Hill offers travelers a look into eras gone by.
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Turtle Point Environmental Science Center education Flomaton; US, Alabama
Hands-on science center on 20 acres of wetlands on Big Escambia Creek. Interpretive Wildlife Center, Wetland Trail/Boardwalk, gardens, butterfly/honeybee exhibits, touch tank. Live reptile, fish, amphibian exhibits. Gift shop.
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Clarke County Historical Museum history Grove Hill; US, Alabama
The Clarke County Museum is located inside the old Alston-Cobb House that was built in 1854. This museum contains a treasure trove of Southwest Alabama history.
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Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum education Thomasville; US, Alabama
Kathryn Tucker Windham has spent most of her career recording and preserving Alabama 's history and folklore. Now her hometown of Thomasville has dedicated a museum to preserve her legacy as a journalist, photographer and storyteller.
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Fort Mims State Historic Site history Stockton; US, Alabama
Fort Mims was a rough log stockade constructed in 1813 around the home of Samuel Mims, an early settler of Baldwin County, Alabama.Fort Mims is now a state historic site. The five acre site is located 7 miles west of SR 59 at Tensaw.
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Mckee, J.p., Lustron House history Jackson; US, Alabama
The J. P. McKee Lustron House is a historic home in Jackson, Alabama. It was built in 1949 in the new technique. These structures became known as Lustron houses.
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Arcadia Mill history Milton; US, Florida
Arcadia Mill offers visitors an historical experience as well as the opportunity to visit a unique wetland ecosystem.
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Montgomery Hill Baptist Church history Stockton; US, Alabama
The Montgomery Hill Baptist Church and its cemetery is located on Montgomery Hill near Tensaw, a few miles north of Stockton on Highway 59.
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St. Stephens Historical Park nature St Stephens; US, Alabama
A visit to Saint Stephens Historical Park is a way to introduce children and adults to Alabama's rich heritage. Take a walking tour through the historic heart of Old St. Stephens, or stroll to the cemetery.
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Paul M. Grist State Park nature Selma; US, Alabama
Alabama State Parks offer ideal places to stay: resorts, hotels, cabins and cottages, camping; and fun places to play: hiking, biking, golf, fishing, paddling, swimming, birding and wildlife viewing or just relaxing.
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Mowa Choctaw Cultural Center education Mount Vernon; US, Alabama
The Geronimo Room, Choctaw Room and Cherokee Room feature various artifacts relating to the Indians of Mobile and Washington counties.
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Gulf Breeze Zoo zoo Gulf Breeze; US, Florida
Get up close and personal with more than 1,200 animals at The ZOO - Northwest Florida.
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Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum museum Montgomery; US, Alabama
The Fitzgerald Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating the life and works of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.
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The MOOseum education Montgomery; US, Alabama
Each year, about 10,000 school children and adults tour The MOOseum. The MOOseum opened in 1995 and offers a fun and interactive way for people of all ages to learn about Alabama's $2 billion beef cattle industry.
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Alabama Department Of Archives and History history Montgomery; US, Alabama
"We tell the story of the people of Alabama by preserving records and artifacts of historical value and promoting a better understanding of Alabama history."
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First White House Of The Confederacy history Montgomery; US, Alabama
Three great reasons to book your field trip or visit us: - Historical - Educational - Proximity
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The Dexter Parsonage Museum history Montgomery; US, Alabama
Here you can find hours and historical information about the church and the Civil Rights movement.
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Old Alabama Town history Montgomery; US, Alabama
Old Alabama Town is a collection of authentically restored 19th and 20th century structures. A magnificent setting, it stretches along six blocks in the heart of historic downtown Montgomery, Alabama.
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Rosa Parks Museum museum Montgomery; US, Alabama
The purpose of the Rosa Parks Museum is to uphold and interpret for the public benefit, education and enjoyment, materials related to the events and accomplishments of individuals associated with Montgomery Bus Boycott.
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Bladon Springs State Park nature Silas; US, Alabama
There are great places to stay and great places to eat plus beaches, mountains, and everything in between.
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Blount Cultural Park nature Montgomery; US, Alabama
Whether you are planning a day outdoors with the family, a night at the theatre, or a vacation in the area, you will want to experience one of America's best cultural treasures.
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Barber Berry Farm, Llc farm Millbrook; US, Alabama
When you have some time to enjoy the great outdoors, please come visit our farm,where you can pick your own pesticide-free blackberries and blueberries.
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Brunswick Zone Montgomery fun Montgomery; Alabama
Bowling at Brunswick is family fun at its best. It's a great way to spend some quality time everyone will enjoy.
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Bamajam Farms farm Enterprise; US, Alabama
We envisioned a community with old fashioned values and small town traditions; with simple pleasures and plenty of home town pride.
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Ice Palace, The fun Montgomery; US, Alabama
Ice skate year-round in climate-controlled enclosed rink inside Eastdale Mall, Alabama's only ice rink in a mall.
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Damn The Torpedoes! history Spanish Fort; US, Alabama
Damn The Torpedoes!” is the familiar battle cry, but there’s much more to the story! The Mobile Bay Civil War Trail is your guide to military movements and the way of life on and around Mobile Bay in the closing two years of the Civil War.
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Washington County Museum museum Chatom; US, Alabama
Located in basement area of courthouse. Many replicas of Washington County’s rich past. Washington is Alabama’s 1st county, and boasts the 1st territorial capital at St. Stephens.
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Big Lagoon State Park nature Pensacola; US, Florida
Let us help make your summer great! Outdoor activity is everywhere in Florida State Parks, Big Lagoon State Park included.
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Big Kahunas water park Destin; US, Florida
No sand in your shorts, no salt in your eyes, and over 40 water attractions to cool you from the sun. Outrageous go-karts, tropical mini golf, untamed thrill rides, no matter the type of fun, we've got it
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Brantleys Petting Zoo and Pony Rides zoo Daphne; US, Alabama
Visit and enjoy pony and train rides, a petting zoo and a planting station. Bring your own lunch and enjoy our picnic area. Birthday parties are also available.
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Henderson Beach State Park nature Destin; US, Florida
Summer is here! The days are longer, and the weather warmer. Now is the perfect time to enjoy the natural beauty and serenity of the Emerald Coast. The summer season brings fun times with family and friends.
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May Day Park and Pier fun Daphne; US, Alabama
This park and pier was opened in 1887 and was a festival site for over 60 years. May Day Park and Pier provides its visitors with a bandstand, pier, playground, picnic tables, boat launch, restrooms, moss-covered trees and beautiful sunsets.
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USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park history Mobile; US, Alabama
from World War II to Iraqi Freedom, at one of America’s finest military parks. Here at Battleship Memorial Park you’ll walk the decks of a mighty battleship.
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Mobile Area Museum Association museum Mobile; US, Alabama
Mobile Area Museum Association had been organized for having developed public awareness regarding benefits offered by museums to ‘Mobile’ educationally, culturally, and economically.
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Gulf Coast Exploreum education Mobile; US, Alabama
The Exploreum is designed for all ages. It has areas that appeal to many age groups such as Hands On Hall or Minds On Hall
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Museum Of Mobile education Mobile; US, Alabama
The Museum of Mobile is an educational and entertaining destination for both adults and children. As you explore the museum's galleries, interesting artifacts and fascinating stories will appear around every corner.
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Fort Conde Museum history Mobile; US, Alabama
With its first settlers arriving in 1702, the city of Mobile is rich in history. There is no better way to experience that history than to experience the city's beautiful historic homes.
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Richards-dar House Museum museum Mobile; US, Alabama
This beautiful home has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. We invite you to tour the house and have a cup of tea and cookies, which are served to all guests.
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Cond-charlotte Museum House museum Mobile; US, Alabama
The Conde-Charlotte Museum House, also known as the House of Five Flags. Visitors of the house and garden get a unique overview of the history of the Mobile area.
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Phoenix Fire Museum museum Mobile; US, Alabama
The Phoenix Fire Museum is in the restored home of the Phoenix Volunteer Fire Company No. 6. This building houses turn-of-the-century horse-drawn steam engines and early motorized vehicles.
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U.s. Army Aviation Museum museum Fort Rucker; US, Alabama
The United States Army Aviation Museum, located in South-central Alabama, maintains a collection of over 160 military aircraft, including one of the largest collections of military helicopters in the world.
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Raphael Semmes House history Mobile; US, Alabama
Raphael Semmes moved to Alabama in 1842. When Alabama withdrew from the Union in 1861, Semmes resigned from the U.S. Navy and was commissioned a commander in the confederate Navy. He was promoted to Captain and assumed command of the C.S.S. Alabama.
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Confederate Memorial Park park Marbury; US, Alabama
Confederate Memorial Park is the site of Alabama's only Old Soldiers Home for Confederate Veterans. The site included 22 buildings consisting of cottages, a hospital, dairy barn, mess hall, an elaborate water and sewage system, and Memorial Hall,...
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Oakleigh House Museum museum Mobile; US, Alabama
Located minutes from downtown Mobile, Oakleigh offers a pleasant experience for all ages.
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Mobile Medical Museum museum Mobile; US, Alabama
An extensive collection of instruments, equipment, photographs, teaching materials and authentic letters which portray medical practice from the early 1700s and medical education since the 1800s.
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Chilton County Ymca fun Clanton; US, Alabama
We bring families closer together, encourage good health, and foster connections through fitness, sports, and fun.
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Mobile Museum Of Art museum Mobile; US, Alabama
Expanded in 2002, the Mobile Museum of Art in beautiful Langan Park is the largest art museum along the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Tampa.
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Dream Field Farms farm Union Springs; US, Alabama
Come out to central Alabama's pumpkin patch and enjoy our spectacular fall festival. A perfect family outdoor event each Saturday and Sunday this fall during October.
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