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
Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum is an active memorial to the life of civil rights icon Rosa Parks and the lessons of the Montgomery Bus Boycott that brought racial integration to transportation.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-241-8615
The Civil Rights Memorial Center has exhibits about the Civil Rights Movement martyrs, educational activities, and the Wall of Tolerance. It is adjacent to the Memorial.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-956-8439
The Freedom Rides Museum was the site of a violent attack on the 1961 Freedom Ride during the Civil Rights Movement. Learn how 21 young people transformed our nation’s history.
MontgomeryTEL - 334-414-8647