2630 Cahaba Road, Birmingham, AL 35223 Directions
Birmingham Zoo is a home for a variety of wildlife, from tigers, zebras, rhinos, giraffes, sea lions, orangutans, zebras, jaguars, Asian elephants, and endangered species from six continent. The mission of this zoo is "Inspiring concern for the survival of the natural environment". It is largest zoo in the city if Alabama. Birmingham Zoo is a private, not-for-profit entity accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). The entry is half the cost every Tuesday. Birmingham Zoo welcomed more than 470,000 tourists, making it the second biggest tourist destination in Alabama.
Group Reservations, Birthday Parties, Outdoor and Daily Activities, Shops, Cafes, College and Nightlife Programs, Guided Tours, Schools and Groups, Educational, Teacher’s Lounge, Facility Rental, Kids and Families, ZooKeeper for A Day, Accessibility for Students & Adult Opportunities
Child( 2- 12):$12.95
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MCWANE SCIENCE CENTER
200 19th Street North, Birmingham, AL 35203 Directions
McWane Science Center means experience because every time you go there, you discover something different. It is a science museum and research center located in the heart of Birmingham, Alabama. This center is sparkling awe and excitement about the planet through hands-on science encounters.McWane Science Center is the Alabama Collection Center host to more than 500,000 items from the old Red Mountain Site. The center holds unique minerals, fossils, and Native American artifacts, including the fourth most extensive collection of mosaics in the world; Appalachiosaurus and Alabama Fossil City. For younger children, the Itty Bitty Magic City show features a scaling platform, a water play area, a children's play area, and a miniature replica of the town's typical structures. Design houses are also built to help younger children develop the skills they will need later on or communicate with their parents.
Accessibility/Parking, Groups, Cool Stuff Store, Area Attractions/Hotels, World of Water Aquariums, Calendar of Events, Shark and Ray Touch Tank, Smart Café, Bubble Room, Science quest, Sea Monsters, Rushton Theater, Alabama Dinosaurs, Birthday Parties, Overnight Adventures, Naturescope, Featured/Traveling Exhibit & Art
Price: Adventure Halls Only:
Adults: (13-64) $15
Kids: (2-12) $12
Seniors: (65+) $14
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BIRMINGHAM BOTANICAL GARDENS
2612 Lane Park Road, Birmingham, AL 35223 Directions
Birmingham Botanical Gardens contains the largest public horticulture library in the U.S., conservatories, a wildflower greenhouse, two rose gardens, the Southern Living Greenhouse, and Japanese gardens with a traditional tea house. Birmingham Botanical Gardens was rated one of America's top three free attractions by the United States in 2016. Learning programs run around the year, and more than 10,000 school children receive complimentary field trips throughout the science lab a year. Birmingham Botanical Gardens has over 12,000 distinct plants in its living collections. The 67.5-acre Gardens includes 27 exclusive plants, 30 + original architectural sculptures, and miles of serene roads. Birmingham Botanical Gardens offers free admission.
Educational, Kids and Yoga Classes, Rare Plant Conservation, Family and Kids, Centennial Tree Project, Health and Wellness, Gardening and Horticulture, Art and Crafts, Food and Drink, Girl Scout and Plant Adventures Program, Author Events, Field Trips, Native Plant Studies, Weekend Programs, Nature and Outdoor Skills & Photography