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Old 11-03-2010, 09:50 PM  
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What are some good places to take kids for fun in Huntsville?

My niece and nephew are coming to visit us in Huntsville, AL in a few weeks. They're 2 and 5 years old. What are some good places to take them that they'd enjoy visiting?
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Old 11-04-2010, 07:24 AM  
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My kids enjoyed the space center
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Old 12-16-2010, 02:45 PM  
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For free fun, you can go to Kid's Space on Johnson Rd. It's just an outdoor playground, but the kids love it.
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Old 12-16-2010, 03:25 PM  
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My kids enjoyed the space center
x2. They also have an IMAX theater there at the center if you want to see a movie.

I don't know if it will still be there, but you could try going to the Galaxy of Lights over at the Huntsvile Botanical Gardens.
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there's also Sci-Quest, a sort of hands on science museum. It's right across I-565 from the space center
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Constitution Village/Earlyworks is another good one. It maybe a museum, but I had fun going there when I was younger and so have most other people I've talked to:

Constitution Village
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there's also Sci-Quest, a sort of hands on science museum. It's right across I-565 from the space center
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Constitution Village/Earlyworks is another good one. It maybe a museum, but I had fun going there when I was younger and so have most other people I've talked to:

Constitution Village

I second both of these. I was trying to remember them when I made my original post.
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Monte Sano state park is a good place to for for hiking
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Old 02-16-2011, 10:13 PM  
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there's also Sci-Quest, a sort of hands on science museum. It's right across I-565 from the space center
Took my 3 boys there and they had a good time, the place also has other places for children all over the country so you can sign up for a memebership and go to any of them accross the US.
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Little bit of a drive; however, Guntersville State Park has nice facilities and is a great day trip.
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