We have shortlisted some of the famous and worth it field trips locations since we also want to keep things fun but also make sure we are visiting educational attractions as well. Field trips are a great way to explore things and get out of the cabin to freshen up your mind and learn something. Adding field trips to your homeschool will make learning come alive and even more fun for children. Of course field trip opportunities varies from city to city, state to state, but here we have bulked up for you all the trips in the boundary of Alabama. Here are some of our day trips in Alabama ideas on our bucket list for Alabama.
1) Alabama Constitution Village:
A reminder of the times when life so not so simple and easy but everything seemed simple and beautiful. This trip to the village will take you to the buildings, the lack of electricity with how is life with it and flowing water. You will also get to peek through the spinning wheels, smell everything fresh and see cook stuff over an open fire and observe the villagers busy with their daily tasks.
2) Birmingham Zoo:
How could one miss out the zoos if we talk about taking children to field trips? Zoo is of the places children get the most excited about an one cannot skip day trips in Alabama to a zoo. This zoo is covers a 120 acres of land with over 800 animals from all over the world in one place. It is amazing and they also have a summer safari camp every summers. You will find different types of animals from all around and get to see each one of it.
3) Blue Bell Creamery:
Ice cream is what gets every child in this world really excited about. Trying out new flavors and getting excited about your favorite one is another thing. Have you seen how is it made? See how Blue Bell turns milk into delicious ice cream by yourself. You will also get a free scoop on your visit. You will get to know the facts and information about how ice creams are made and the history of the place.
4) Cheaha State Park:
This state park is a must see if you are in the state. You can enjoy a walk since they have walking trails around or enjoy the waterfalls. The beautiful view of nature is extremely fascinating. They also have various campsites which can be best of the day trips to Alabama place for kids.
5) Golden Flake Factory Tour:
Take children along to visit how snacks are made and get all the valuable information about it. Fro, it’s preparation to packing and everything. It’s a very different kind of place to visit unlike the usual homeschool trips but you wouldn’t regret after a visit. (Only children aged 5 or above should go).
6) The Gulf Shores:
If you didn’t know, it might be exciting that Alabama lies on the Gulf of Mexico. Visit one of the many beaches along Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo and a water park called Waterville USA will beat the heat out of you with an amazing time. They also have a zip line course at the Gulf State Park to freshen up your mood.
7) Cook’s Natural Science Museum:
The museum comprises of beautiful insects, birds, minerals, rocks and dea shells. You can view different species that nature beholds of and get fascinated about its beauty. It also has a huge collection of wildlife.
8) Brag-Mitchell Mansion:
For all the people out there who love touring big mansions and love exploring it. This one comprises of 20 rooms and sometimes offers the visitors to glimpse the experience life liven in ancient times of old south.
9) Cathedral Caverns:
Cathedral Caverns is a large natural cave, for people who like adventures and exotic stuff. It comprises of huge stalagmite formations with underground waterfalls.
10) Huntsville Botanical Gardens:
You can do a lot of things here. Enjoy the immense satisfaction over releasing butterflies or feeding the turtles. Enjoy playing in the water and enjoy the scarecrows in the falls, and the Galaxy of Lights in winters from November to December.
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