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
The Dexter Parsonage Museum includes the residence where Dr. King and his young family lived bet. 1954 & 1960; an Interpretive Center, and the King-Johns Garden for Reflection.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-263-3970
Dream Field Farms offers seasonal field trips that begin in the fall with pumpkin picking and a maze, Santa Too in December and Baby Farm Animals and Fishing in the spring.
Union SpringsTEL - 334-534-6976
The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts offers a variety of curriculum-based tours on site or programs at schools in English, Korean, Spanish, and German.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-625-4333
Montgomery Zoo is a 40-acre zoo, home to approximately 750 animals representing 140 species. Guided tours, animal encounters and hands-on activities.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-625-4900
At the Museum of Alabama visitors can explore Alabama’s past from prehistory to the present including exhibits on geology and natural resources that helped shape the state’s history.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-242-4435
Old Alabama Town were visitors increase their understanding of the history of Alabama through hands-on experiences of life in the 19th and early 20th century.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-240-4500
At Penton Farm, come for fall fun at the pumpkin patch, 5 1/2 acre corn maze, animal barn to see farm animals and games and activities. Picnic area is available.
VerbenaTEL - 205-351-1480