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From amusement parks to historic monuments, Gulf Shores and the entire Alabama Gulf Coast is home to an abundance of attractions and things to do. All ages will love the attractions here, whether you want to go back in history at the Fort Morgan Historic Site or spend the afternoon in go-karts and bumper boats at The Track. Learn about the local ecosystem or watch the iconic Blue Angels practice their tricks overhead. You'll never get bored along the Gulf Coast of Alabama.
The Fort Morgan Historic Site is located on Mobile Point on the Fort Morgan Peninsula along the Alabama Gulf Coast.
USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park features a historic park and museum for visitors to learn about World War I & II.
The Bellingrath Gardens features 65 acres of perfectly manicured gardens and grand floral arrangements, as well as the historic home that once belonged to the Bellingrath family.
The Wharf at Orange Beach is a massive shopping, dining, and entertainment district with tons to do, including a zipline, marina, spa, concert stage, and more.
Located on the eastern edge of Dauphin Island, the Dauphin Island Sea Lab is an educational facility for marine research.
The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, also known as the "Little Zoo," is home to nearly 600 animals, 199 subspecies, and 22 endangered species.
The Track is a family amusement park with go-kart racing, arcade games, bumper cars, mini-golf, and more.