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Battles for the Armory School Day – Tallassee AL
November 9, 2017 at Gibson's View Plantation, This is an interactive, hands-on, education event about life during the Civil War. Reservations are required and must be received no later than Monday, November 6th. The students spend the day learning about 1860s history as if they were there themselves. It's fun. It's interactive. And it's educational in a way students rarely get to learn. A once in a lifetime opportunity they will remember for the rest of their lives. History Come Alive
Field Trips R Us Homeschooling
Field trip resource open to ALL Homeschoolers (Matthew 22:39 loving neighbors as ourselves) regardless of cover or religion! No commitment, just a field trip!
Homeschooling Walker, Winston, Cullman, Jefferson County Events
This group is for Homeschoolers in the Cullman/ Winston/ Walker/ Jefferson County areas that are willing to travel to each other for Co-Op Classes/ Field Trips/ Etc. Events.
Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame
While furnishing educational information, the museum is also a place for entertainment. 1631 4th Avenue North Birmingham, AL, (205) 254-2731.
Wiregrass Museum of Art
We offer home school art classes with a certified art teacher. We also offer workshops and field trips during the school year and art camps during the summer. Dothan is located in the extreme southeastern corner of Alabama, not far from Florida. 126 Museum Avenue, Dothan, (334) 794.3871
Imagination Place Children’s Museum at the Center for Cultural Arts
On the corner of Fifth and Broad in historic downtown Gadsden sits an unusual building. Its triangular shape and enormous cylinder have come to stand for the educational opportunities and endless entertainment the arts bring to a community. P.O. Box 1507, Gadsen, (256) 543-2787
Flight and Rockets
NASA Educator Resource Center
Expertise and facilities to help educators (and home educators) access and utilize science, mathematics, and technology instructional products. Located at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, One Tranquility Base Drive, Huntsville, (256) 544-5812
Southern Museum of Flight
Welcome to the world of vintage aircraft, awesome engines, world-class models and legendary aviation pioneers! Explore the South’s aviation history up close! Flights of Fancy leaving daily. 4343 73rd St. North, Birmingham, (205) 833-8226
The U.S. Space and Rocket Center
We have the greatest collection of rockets and space memorabilia anywhere. Click on the objects on our site map above to read about some of our exhibits and archives.One Tranquility Base, Huntsville, (256) 837-3400
Alabama Constitution Village
Alabama’s birthplace – 1819. Hear the whirl of the spinning wheel and smell the enticing aroma of freshly baked treats being prepared. 109 Gates Ave. Birmingham, (256) 564-8100.
Battleship Memorial Park
Voyage through time and revisit an era of adventure and bravery as you tour our many exhibits from the USS Battleship Alabama ro the submarine USS Drum. 2703 Battleship Parkway (Highway 90/98), Mobile, (251) 433-2703.
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Takes its visitors on one of this nation’s most significant journeys by capturing the spirit and courage of countless individuals. 520 Sixteenth Street North Birmingham, Alabama 35203, 1-866-328-9696
Lee County Historical Society
We have a re-created 1850’s village just outside of Auburn. We have 9 buildings including our main museum building–a “general store”, a log cabin, a re-created doctor’s office, a cotton office and scales, a “calaboose”, an agricultural barn with antique farm tools and implements, a cook house, a bandstand where we demonstrate old-time music and dancing, and we design fieldtrips to meet the needs of the students coming. 6500 Stage Road (Hwy 14), Loachapoka, AL 36865. (334) 887-3007.
Tannehill Historical State Park
At the height of production Tannehill turned out as many as 20 tons of iron a day. The iron was cast into ordnance, skillets, pots and ovens for the Southern army. Tannehill is located off Interstate 59, 12 miles southwest of Bessemer, less than 30 minutes from downtown Birmingham.
Anniston Museum of Natural History
It’s your world. Explore it! 800 Museum Dr., Anniston, (256) 237-6766.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Come study plants, gardens, and the environment. 2612 Lane Park Road, Birmingham. Tour number: 205-414-3950.
Home school classes grades 1 through 12. 2630 Cahaba Road, Birmingham, AL 35223 (205) 879-0409.
Cook’s Natural Science Museum
The museum provides extensive collections of beautiful and exotic insects, mounted birds and animals, rocks and minerals, sea shells and coral. Free of charge. Site has free insect coloring book and word search puzzle. 412 13th ST SE, Decatur, AL 35601. (256) 350-9347.
The Gulf Coast Exploreum
Located in downtown Mobile, the Exploreum is an exceptional regional science center for adventurers of all ages. Interactive science exhibits and big screen films provide everyone an entertaining outing for the mind.
65 Government Street (street address), 1906 Springhill Avenue, Mobile, AL 36607, (334) 471-5923
History and science for the smallest children through adults. 200 Nineteenth Street North, (205) 714-8300
Lots of science programs, classes, and exhibits. 102-D Wynn Drive, Huntsville.
Alabama Sports Hall of Fame
A place where heroes and their memories live forever. 2150 Civic Center Blvd. Birmingham, (205) 323-6665.