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Spring Break Activities in Alabama For Kids

Spring break fun isn’t just for teens and young adults! Here’s a list of spring break activities in Alabama for kids.


Need a spring break beach without the spring break mayhem? Try these kid-friendly Alabama beaches! From March 2 to April 28, 2019, alcoholic beverages are not permitted on Alabama Gulf Coast beaches, making teenage beach parties unlikely since loud music, glass containers and fireworks are also prohibited.

  • Gulf ShoresGulf Shores
  • Orange Beach – Orange Beach

Amusement Attractions

Is your child full of energy waiting to be released? These Alabama attractions are perfect for active children:


Calling all animal lovers! Visit these wildlife attractions to see some of your favorite animals up close and personal – you may even get to pet one or two!


Whoever thought to combine playing with learning was a genius! Check out these Alabama museums that are sure to impress your little Einstein.


Little swimmers will love splashing around at these Alabama waterparks. Though the waterparks are closed until later this spring,  some offer other amusement activities year round.

  • Alabama Splash Adventure ­– Bessemer (opens May 18)
  • Point Mallard Park­­ – Decatur (opens May 25)
  • Spring Valley Beach ­Waterpark – Blountsville (opens May 26)
  • Waterville USAGulf Shores (amusement park is open; waterpark opens May 18)
  • Water World– Dothan (opens May 25)
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