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U.S. Space and Rocket Center –

(800) 637-7223

Birmingham Zoo – Birmingham
(205) 879-0409

McWane Science Center – Birmingham
(205) 714-8300

NASA Space Camp- Huntsville
(256) 837-3400

Six Flags Over Georgia – Atlanta
(770) 739-3400

Alabama Safari Park
(334) 288-2105

DeSoto Caverns – Childersburg
(256) 378-7252

Alabama Splash Adventure Waterpark – Birmingham
(205) 481-4750 

Chewacla State Park – Auburn
(334) 887-5621

Callaway Gardens – Pine Mountain
(844) 512-3826

USS Alabama Battleship –

(251) 433-2703

Wildlife Learning Museum
(334) 240-4900

Montgomery Biscuits Baseball
(334) 323-2255

Launch Trampoline Park
(334) 568-2041

(334) 356-4518

Rockin’ Jump
(334) 239-2587

Boy Scouts of America
(334) 262-2697

Girl Scouts of
Southern Alabama
(334) 272-9164

(334) 270-4133

Museum of Alabama
(334) 242-4435

Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum
(205) 668-3435

Old Alabama Town
(334) 240-4500

W.A. Gayle Planetarium
(334) 625-4799

Alabama Nature Center and NaturePlex
(334) 285-4550

Montgomery Museum
of Fine Arts

(334) 625-4333

ASF Acting Academy
(334) 271-5331

AUM Youth Programs
(334) 244-3804
AUM’s Youth Programs stimulate and nurture curious minds of students from kindergarten through 12th grade. 
Summer offers exciting classes such as:
video game and app design, technology, magic, math, reading, writing, cooking, and more.

Alabama Youth Legislature  
(334) 229-0033 •

ZooTeen Program
(334) 240-4909
Teens can work with animals and receive leadership training

Zoo Camp
(334) 354-6034
The camp offers live animal presentations, interaction with Educational animals; scavenger hunts, craft time, splash time, and games at the playground. Camps are available for ages 5-12 years old; half-day and full-day camps.

The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts (334) 625-4333
MMFA offers classes for preschool and school age children. The preschool classes are designed for parent & child partners. 

Montgomery Area Dixie
Youth Baseball
(334) 625-2300
The City Parks and Recreation sponsors the Dixie Youth Baseball and Softball leagues at eight beautiful neighborhood zoned ballparks in the area. Registration is in February with play starting in March.

Montgomery Miracle League
(334) 430-9810
Provides an opportunity for children and adults with physical and/or cognitive disabilities a chance to play baseball.

Armory Athletics
(334) 625-2789
Armory offers pre-school gymnastics, recreational gymnastics, ninja classes, tumbling, and cheer. They also provide private gymnastics lessons and competitive teams, as well as birthday parties and other special events.   

Montgomery Barracudas
Swim Team

(334) 272-3390
A nationally recognized competitive swim team that has produced Olympic swimmers.

Capital City Streaks Soccer
(334) 396-9754

Upward Sports
Provided by several local churches:
Frazer UMC (Montgomery): 272-8622
Vaughn Park Church (Montgomery):
New Home Baptist (Wetumpka): 567-5966
East Memorial Baptist (Prattville): 365-7500

Capital City Juniors
Volleyball Club
(334) 386-1342

Central Alabama Youth
Football & Cheer League
(334) 224-0255

Millbrook Mustangs Youth Football & Cheerleading
The Millbrook Youth Football League (The Millbrook Mustangs), established in 1969, is the oldest operating Youth Football and Cheerleading League in the Millbrook area.

YMCA Branches
Bell Road YMCA – (334) 271-4343
Britton YMCA – (334) 299-0035
Cleveland Avenue YMCA – (334) 256-0566
Downtown YMCA – (334) 269-4362
East Family YMCA – (334) 272-3390
Grandview Family YMCA – (334) 290-9622
Kershaw YMCA – (334) 265-1433
Southeast YMCA – (334) 262-6411
Wilson YMCA – (334) 279-8666
Wetumpka YMCA – (334) 567-8282

Montgomery County
(334) 240-4992 •
The Montgomery City-County Public Library System has 10 branches across the county. Services offered include:
free internet access at all 10 locations
author talks and book signings
children’s & teen programming
book clubs
extensive reference assistance
real time internet chat-based  homework   
   help through
free practice testing through

movies, music and eBooks

Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial
    Library – (334) 240-4999

E.L. Lowder Regional Library
    (334) 244-5723

Coliseum Boulevard Branch Library
    (334) 271-7005

Hampstead Library –
    (334) 244-5771

Pike Road Branch Library –
    (334) 244-8679

Autauga-Prattville Public Library
(334) 365-3396

Wetumpka Public Library
(334) 567-5147

Millbrook Public Library
(334) 285-6688

Looking for the perfect place to have your kid’s next birthday party? Here are our top picks:

  • Biscuits Baseball offers options for parties and outings with groups of twenty or more. Perks include ticket discounts, provided flyers and e-vites, raffle prizes, group photos, and a chance to be featured on the scoreboard!
  • Armory Athletics  is the perfect place for kids who want to get moving— their birthday package includes an hour of fun gym time and designated time for eating cake and opening presents.
  • Eastdale Mall’s Ice Palace is the perfect place for a party- kids (and parents!) can skate to their heart’s content at this indoor ice rink. There is a discounted rate available for groups.
  • YMCA’s Camp Chandler is a great place to celebrate a birthday outdoors. Choose from activities including archery, canoeing, and cane pole fishing. Contact your local YMCA branch for other party options.
  • Rockin’ Jump has a variety of birthday party packages to choose from- all packages come with pizza and drinks in a private room. Parties have full access to the park, including open jump areas, a dodgeball arena, and more!
  • The Montgomery Zoo’s parties include set-up and clean-up by the staff. There are several different packages to choose from, with features including small snacks and pizza, zoo-themed cakes, and animal visitors.
  • Tonya Speed’s Dance Connection offers dance parties that are sure to be memorable. Themes include pop star, disco diva, and more. Who knows- you might even be able to convince a Disney princess to show up!

Kids can burn off some energy, and parents can take a break on a bench at one of these city parks that offer plenty of playground essentials like swings, slides, monkey bars, climbing walls, and more.


  1. Ida Bell Young Park
  2. Oak Park
  3. Vaughn Road Park


  1. Gold Star Park


  1. Pratt Park
  2. Spinners Park
  3. Overlook Memorial Park


  1. Memorial Center Park
  2. Legacy Park
  3. Robinson Springs Park