Click the links to get more information about events in the Orange Beach Area.

Adventure Island

(251) 974-1500
www.adventure-island.com
Mini-golf, bumper boats, simulators (roller coaster), super and kiddie go-kart tracks, 100 arcade games. See the Volcano erupt nightly!

Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo

(251) 968-5731
www.alabamagulfcoastzoo.org
Explore the natural habitats of more than 250 animals. Elevated viewing decks offer close-up viewing of everything from alligators to wallabies, plus Reptile House, Aviary, Petting Zoo, Gift Shop, Concessions, shaded picnic area.

Alligator Alley

(251) 946-2483
www.gatoralleyfarm.com
Come feed the alligators in their natural setting or watch our crew feed the gators daily at 4:00 p.m. See world record alligator, Captain Crunch! Open 7 days a week. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Bellingrath Gardens and Home

(251) 973-2217 or Toll Free:(800) 247-8420
www.bellingrath.org
Located on tranquil Fowl River, enjoy 65 acres of landscaped beauty, the Bellingrath Museum Home and a cruise aboard the Southern Belle River Cruiser.

Biophillia Nature Center

(251) 987-1200
www.biophilia.net
Come see carnivorous plants, wildflowers, plant and butterfly nurseries, turtles, forests, and nature library/bookstore with the resident biologist of this private 20-acre ecological restoration project.

Bird of Paradise

(251) 609-2043 or Toll Free:(866) 687-8359
www.866mustfly.com
The Bird of Paradise takes flying to a new level…providing adventurous passengers open cockpit flights and romance of yesterday.

Bon Secour Wildlife Refuge
(251) 540-7720
Refuge has 4-5 miles of hiking trails and beach access. Open from sunrise to sunset. Office hours: 7:00am-3:30pm Monday-Friday.


Cobb Theatres
https://www.gulfshores.com/things-to-do/

(251) 923-0785
www.cobbtheatres.com
Fourteen auditoriums with wall to wall screens. True stadium seating and Dolby digital surround sound. Full service concession.

Dauphin Island Bird Sanctuaries

(251) 861-2120
www.dauphinisland.org
The sanctuary consists of 164 acres of maritime forest. Multiple walking trails allow the birder miles of habitat for neotropical migrants.

Fort Gaines Historic Site
(251) 861-6992
www.dauphinisland.org
Where History spans three centuries. Open seven days a week, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: Adult, $5.00, Children 5-12 $ 3.00. June - August 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.


Fort Mims Historic Site
(251) 937-5490
www.fortmims.org
Located at Hwy 59 N and County Road 80 W in Tensaw. This site is where over 500 Pioneer settlers were killed by warring Creek Indians on this site. Fort Mims is an Alabama treasure buried on five acres of land in the deep Tensaw woods and awaiting your discovery!

Fort Morgan
(251) 540-7127
At 6:30 a.m. on August 5, 1864, Union Admiral Farragut’s fleet started its run into Mobile Bay between Forts Morgan and Gaines. Suddenly, in hellish sheets of flame, the guns lashed out from Morgan’s walls. The Battle of Mobile Bay was on. Despite Morgan’s withering fire, the Union fleet managed to run the gauntlet into Mobile Bay and out of range of Morgan’s guns. The siege of Fort Morgan lasted for nearly three more weeks before the fort fell into Union hands on August 23.

Gulf Coast Exploreum
Toll Free: (877) 625-4FUN
www.exploreum.net
Hands-on, interactive science adventure for all ages! With permanent exhibits, traveling exhibits from major science centers and the IMAX Dome experience, it's a playground for the mind!

Gulf Shores Museum
(251) 968-1473
Hurricane Hunters in an exciting video. Visit Fishing the Lagoon: A Way of Life. See gear used to fish and shrimp on the Gulf Coast and in Little Lagoon. View a weather video from our collection. Special exhibits, films and other events offered throughout the year. Free admission.

Gulf State Park
(251) 948-7275 or Toll Free: (800) ALA-PARK
This Gulf Coast gem boasts 6,000 acres of land with 2.5 miles of beach, fresh water lake, nature trails, and beach pavilion.

Historic Blakeley State Park
(251) 626-0798
www.blakeleypark.org
Visit the site of the last major battle of the Civil War. Enjoy 10 1/2 miles of hiking and bike trails, camping and a serene boardwalk next to the Tensaw River.

Lakewood Stables
(251) 945-6711
Trail rides, Group parties, Riding lessons.


Minimac Wildflower Bog & Country Gardens 

(251) 945-6157
www.auburn.edu/awac/places/minimac.htm
From early April through September, more than 300 varieties of native Southern wildflowers bloom in this five-acre preserve.

Mobile Bay Ferry
(251) 861-3000
www.mobilebayferry.com
Vehicle/passenger ferry operating between Dauphin Island and Fort Morgan. Daily departures every 1 1/2 hours.
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Monsters from the Deep

Toll Free: (866) 980-JAWS (5297)
www.monstersfromthedeep.com
Amazing ticketed attraction featuring life-size replica killer sharks and other dangerous sea creatures. World record fish, survivor stories, videos, kids zone, gift shop and more!


National Museum of Naval Aviation

(850) 453-2389 or Toll Free:(800) 327-5002
www.naval-air.org
Naval Aviation transcends both time and space, from wood and fabric biplanes, to the frontiers of space. The Museum captures Naval Aviation's heritage and brings its story of challenge, ingenuity, and courage to you!

Oak Hollow Farm 

(251) 928-4840
Open seven days a week by appointment. One hour guided horseback rides on a 300 acre scenic farm. Nature trails, group hayrides, horseshoes, playground.

Orange Beach Art Center

(251) 981-ARTS (2787)
www.orangebeachartcenter.com
Admission Free. The gallery offers works from the area's finest artists and craftsmen. Stop by and pick up a truly unique souvenir of your coastal experience.

Orange Beach Helicopter Service 

(251) 980-2798
www.orangebeachhelicopters.com
Helicopter tours of the gulf coast region, corporate flights and aerial photographs.

Orange Beach Indian & Sea Museum

(251) 981-8545
Open Tuesday - Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. The museum houses local artifacts and memorabilia relating to our Native American and fishing heritage. Families of early fisherman have donated supplies and collectibles that make us mindful of the challenges and achievements in the early days of our fishing industry.

Perdido Key Parasail 

(251) 948-7433
www.perdidokeyparasail.com
Whether you're in the mood for an 800 foot high parasail trip, a relaxing dolphin cruise, or an exciting ride on water taxi. Choose from seven different Gulf Coast water taxi locations! Don't miss the thrill ride Sea Rocket!

Pirates Island Adventure Golf

(251) 968-4653
www.piratesislandgolf.com
Two 18-hole courses among waterfalls, caves, tropical plants, a pirate ship and sea fog.

Rhodes Hunting Farm

(251) 937-7580
www.rhodesquailfarm.com
Quail and Deer hunting at its best. Fast birds, good dogs and southern hospitality. We offer affordable but quality guided or unguided 1/2 or full day hunts. Or three day hunting trips with full service lodging.

Sky High Parasail

(251) 946-9000
Safe! Smooth ride! Scenic inland waters. Located at SanRoc Cay.

Sky’s the limit Avaition 

(251) 967-3222
Flight Instruction, Scenic Flights, Aerial Photos, Aircraft Rental. $150.00 per hour up to three people.


Taking Off Hot Air Balloon Company 

(251) 970-3598
www.gulfviewballooning.com
Gently lift off into an adventure where you'll experience the scenic vistas of the Alabama Gulf Coast from a whole new vantage point! Great for weddings or honeymoon!
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The Estuarium at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab

(251) 861-7500
www.estuarium.disl.org
Open daily. Admission charged and group rates available. Handicapped accessible. Visual displays and interactive exhibits highlight Mobile's estuary system. All ages welcome!

The Track Recreational Center

(251) 968-8111
www.gulfshorestrack.com
Go-karts, bumper boats, Kids Kountry, arcade, mini-golf, skycoaster, and refreshment center.

The Wharf

(251) 980-4444 or Toll Free:(877) 942-7325
www.thewharfal.com


USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park 

(251) 433-2703 or Toll Free: (800) GANGWAY
www.ussalabama.com
Features the Battleship U.S.S. ALABAMA, the Submarine U.S.S. DRUM, military aircraft and equipment, an audiovisual theater, concessions and a gift shop.

Wales West Light Railway & Family Fun Park

Toll Free:(888) 569-5337
www.waleswest.com
Passengers are treated to unique views as the trains travel for a mile past Victorian style buildings, a 4-acre lake, fields, gardens, playgrounds, woods, and wetlands.

Waterville USA

(251) 948-2106
www.watervilleusa.com
The ultimate in family fun, is a 20 acre Water Park and Amusement Park located in the beach resort community. Amusement park opens March 5th. Waterpark opens May 14 on weekends only and everyday after May 28th.

Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

(251) 928-9792
www.weeksbay.org
Estuarine research and education center. Protects 6,000 acres of coastal habitats and wetlands, including an estuary. Interpretive Center houses indoor exhibits and a live animal room.

Wharf 15 Rave Motion Pictures

(251) 981-4444
www.ravemotionpictures.com
State of the art digital projection, wall to wall screens, hi back rocker seats, four feet between rows and digital sound.

“Chute em up” Parasail

(251) 981-7673
Have a birds-eye view of the beautiful gulf coast aboard the largest most comfortable parasail boat.

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