Bring your family or group to see Alabama’s “coolest” underground adventure. See the beauty of stalagmite formations and listen to the sounds of water as mystery river crosses the caverns.
WoodvilleTEL - 256-728-8193 Read More
The Dauphin Island Sea Lab is the state of Alabama’s marine research and education center, located on the eastern tip of Dauphin Island, a barrier island in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Today, there’s a hands-on learning experience for every age to learn about our world’s ocean.
Dauphin IslandOUTREACHVIRTUALTEL - 251-861-2141 Read More
Fantasy Theatre Factory is dedicated to creating original and quality educational theatrical programs for children, families, and the public, and to expanding access to these programs to people of all cultures and backgrounds.
At Flight Works Alabama, we teach – How Things Fly. Learn about the history of aviation, aircraft design and assembly, and careers in the industry. Visits will interact with over 40 hands-on learning exhibits.
MobileTEL - 251-512-2320 Read More
Jones Valley Teaching Farm is an urban farm and educational center in downtown Birmingham, AL offering hands-on experiential learning through food, farming, and the culinary arts.
BirminghamTEL - 205-453-7268 Read More
At the Fun Boats Dolphin Cruises & SeaLife Experience, come join us on our 2 hour dolphin cruise as we cruise our beautiful local waters to find our dolphin friends.
Gulf ShoresTEL - 251-971-1893 Read More
5 Rivers Delta Resource Center specialize in teaching about the Mobile-Tensaw Delta and Alabama’s incredible biodiversity. The Resource Center has an exhibit hall, learning center, theater, nature trails and boat tours.
Spanish FortTEL - 251-625-0814
Alabama Constitution Hall Park’s tours focuses on Alabama statehood. See demonstrations of how people lived in the past. Combine with a visit to the Complex’s – the Depot & Museum and EarlyWorks Children’s Museum.
HuntsvilleTEL - 256-564-8100
Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, on over 7 1/2 acres, has over 199 species, 31 sub-species, and haven to 8 endangered species. Learn first-hand about the “bio-diversity” of Planet Earth?
The Alabama Museum of Natural History’s exhibits depicts the natural diversity of Alabama from the Age of Dinosaurs, the Coal Age, and the Ice Age. Virtual activities available.
TuscaloosaTEL - 205-348-7550
Alabama Shakespeare’s SchooolFest, is a student-matinee program, that presents a variety of professional theatre performances from Shakespeare to children’s classics.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-271-5353
The Alabama State Capitol, a working museum, offers guided tours of the House of Representatives, Senate Chamber, Old Supreme Court Chamber & Library, and Rotunda.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-242-3935
FieldTripdirectory.com offers enriching experiences for Alabama school groups, scout groups, homeschool groups, camp groups and families at Alabama Museums.
Alabama Museums offer field trips that offer hands-on exhibits, guided tours and guided activities for early childhood through high school grades. Alabama Art Museums, Science Museums, History Museums, Multicultural Museums and Children’s Museums offers educational experiences that support classroom curriculum and scout badge achievement. Beside museums, you can search for other learning experiences at Botanical Gardens, Planetariums, Living History Programs, STEM & STEAM, Planetariums, Farms, Zoos and Aquariums, Theaters and Concerts, Service Learning and more.
Can’t go on a field trip to a museum, your students, scouts, and families can still experience these fun enriching experience by scheduling a Museum Virtual Field Trip anywhere and at anytime.