Ace on 9
441 Nypro Lane
(334) 699-4140
Adventureland Theme Park
Adventureland is a family oriented mini theme park with two 18-hole mini golf courses, go-kart track featuring adult, rookie, and double go-karts, water-gun/bumper boats, arcade, batting cages, and the Mad Max Virtual Roller Coaster. Open year-round, weekdays, weekends, and holidays. No gate admission for the fun!
3738 West Main Street
(334) 793-9100
AMC 12
Grab a bag of popcorn and pick a show from AMC, which hosts stadium seating theatres with the latest titles. AMC 12 is also available for private parties.
4883 Montgomery Hwy
(334) 836-0813
AMC 6 features stadium seating theatres for screening the new flicks. This movie theatre is available for private parties.
209 Executive Park Drive
(334) 793-2222
Aplin Farms
Aplin farms is a four generation family farm located between Slocomb and Dothan Alabama. Hosting seasonal events like their pumpkin patch that features wagon rides, sunflower fields, and corn mazes, and u-pick strawberries and blackberries this family farm offers a great day enjoying agriculture in our area. They also host a market offering fresh local produce they've grown for you to fill your fridge and freezer for a great taste of all that Dothan has to offer!
2729 N County Road 49 Dothan, Alabama 36305
(334) 726-5104
Axtion Air: Jump & Sports
Experience the largest indoor trampoline and extreme sports park in the Southeast with over 50,000 square feet of activities. See how high you can jump, release your inner ninja on their ninja course, play Pac-Man in the arcade, take swings in the batting cages and so much more! Waiver required to jump.
3525 Ross Clark Cir #315
(334) 446-5175
Beaver Creek Trail
Dothan boasts the only urban Forever Wild Land Trust Trail in Alabama. Winding ten miles on the northwest side of town, Beaver Creek Trail is brand new and full of challenges for trail biking and hiking. This trail is marked and easy to navigate, with two entrances – one on Flowers Chapel Road, and the other on Fortner Street. Ten miles of trail are open currently, and all ten miles will be open on October 1, 2016.
3636 Fortner Street & 199 Narcisse Drive
Cherry Street AME Church
Declared the “Mother Church” of the AME denomination in Alabama. Originally organized in 1877 as the Colored Methodist Church. For drive by only.
308 North Cherry Street
Corndodgers Farm
Have fun the old fashioned way at CornDodgers Farm! It’s a fall family tradition, country style–tons of down home farm-tastic attractions and more yummy food than you can shake a stick at. Check out our U-pick berries and farm-made goodies in the spring. Get ready to think (and play) outside the barn!
1555 Knowles Road Headland, Alabama 36345
(334) 726-1485
Dothan Area Botanical Gardens
The reasons to visit the Dothan Area Botanical Gardens keep growing! Paved nature trails meander through gardens featuring roses, herbs, daylilies, camellias, azaleas, hydrangeas, and more! Enjoy butterflies, fountains, a pond, Koi fish, gazebo, tropical house, meditation areas, outdoor classroom, boardwalk, wedding pavilion, and Lock Gate! Open daily during daylight hours. Regular daily admission is $5 for adults 16 and up. Free to visitors 15 and below and garden members.
5130 Headland Avenue
(334) 793-3224
Dothan National Golf Club and Hotel
Dothan National Golf Club and Hotel features a par 72, 18-hole course designed around the natural flowing hills of lower Alabama. Lined with majestic pine trees and wildlife, this course is coupled with a hotel that offers stay and play packages. Dothan National also offers membership options.
7410 US Hwy 231 S
(334) 677-3326
Dothan Nurseries
Step inside and treat yourself to a complimentary hot beverage while you explore their wonderful world of plants. Whether you're on the hunt for your next green companion or simply looking for a leisurely stroll, you're in for a treat. They are more than just plants and exceptional customer service. Discover The Wallflower Record Room, where you can browse their collection of vinyl records for sale or enjoy listening to the ones ready to play. Feel free to take a seat, unwind, and stay awhile.
1300 Montgomery Highway
(334) 794-6774
Dothan Opera House
Built in 1915, the building represents the elegance of the turn-of-the-century life. Theatrical productions, ballets and symphony performances are held in this landmark, which is on the National Historic Register. The Dothan Opera House also holds a hidden mural, which is painted on the stage’s fire curtain.
115 North Andrews Street
(334) 615-3000
Dr. George Washington Carver Monument and National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds
The 6 ft. monument salutes Dr. Carver, who invented more than 300 uses for the peanut, ushering in a new agriculture era for the Wiregrass after cotton was no longer king. This statue is available for viewing during festival events at the fairgrounds
5622 Highway 231 South
(334) 793-4323
Escape Dothan
3759 Ross Clark Circle
(334) 446-7135
Farley Nuclear Plant Energy Education Center
Explore energy at the Farley Nuclear Plant Energy Education Center! Plant Farley is the state’s largest nuclear plant and supplies power to approximately 20 percent of the citizens of Alabama. The Energy Education Center includes interactive exhibits and guided tours. Tours are available Monday through Friday for schools and groups of any size, but must be scheduled in advance.
7388 N. County Road 95, Columbia, AL 36319
(334) 814-4879
Fun Zone
The fun never ends at Fun Zone, a family entertainment center housing an indoor skating rink, laser tag arena, softplay gym with tunnels and slides, rock wall, arcade, and pizzeria. Open for groups and birthday parties!
465 Westgate Parkway
(334) 678-7529
George Washington Carver Interpretive Museum
Located in the original Greyhound bus station in downtown Dothan, the George Washington Carver Interpretive Museum is a tribute to Dr. Carver, who served as a catalyst for southern agronomic prosperity, and as a symbol of the creative link between science and art. Exhibits reflect the historical scope of contributions and achievements of African-Americans and African descended cultures as demonstrated by Dr. Carver. Developing over 300 uses for peanuts in food, industrial and commercial products, as well as promoting soil rotation, Dr. Carver helped save the Wiregrass from economic ruin in the age of the boll weevil. Open Tuesday through Saturday, and closed holidays. Admission is free, but donations are kindly accepted. Guided tours and large groups are available by reservation.
305 North Foster Street
(334) 712-0933
Hanger 38
3120 Ross Clark Circle
(334) 699-6350
Joseph Monument and Memorial Park
A 10 ft. tall, cast bronze sculpture, located in the historic downtown area, is the centerpiece of the Millenium Park. It depicts the Bible verse, “For I heard them say, ‘let us go to Dothan.’ – Genesis 37:17,” which inspired city founders in 1885 to change the name of the town from Poplar Head to Dothan.
126 Museum Ave, adjacent to the Wiregrass Museum of Art
Landmark Park
Visit an early 1900s farmstead complete with farmhouse, cane mill, farm animals, one-room schoolhouse, Victorian-era church, and a blacksmith; stroll the boardwalk and nature trail; see a planetarium show, have a picnic, or catch one of the park’s many special events within the 135-acre park. Admission is charged for this attraction.
Hwy 431 North
(334) 794-3452
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McNeil Farms Peanuts
"The BEST place to get boiled peanuts."
546 Taylor Rd
(334) 792-7424
Murals of the Wiregrass
Start at the parking lot of the Dothan Civic Center at the corner of Main Street and St. Andrews Street at the Salute to the Peanut Industry mural on the side of Liddon Furniture. This is an ongoing project of historic murals painted by nationally and internationally acclaimed muralists on the walls of buildings in the downtown historic district. Murals display the history of the area’s peanut-based agriculture, Tuskegee airman, Johnny Mack Brown, and a downtown riot in the early days of Dothan. Guided mural tours available upon request, you can download a free mural guide for a self-guided tour, or maps are available at the Visit Dothan Visitors Center and in the Dothan Visitors Guide.
Peanuts Around Town
An exhibit of 4 foot peanuts that have been creatively designed by various artists can be found around Dothan. Maps are available at the Visit Dothan Headquarters
3311 Ross Clark Circle
(334) 794-6622
Poplar Head Farmers Market
One of the best things about owning a home is turning your kitchen into a culinary suite. The best spot to get fresh produce and more for your culinary masterpiece is from the Poplar Head Farmers Market. You will find all the best produce, fine foods and more -- all from local vendors.
Star-Lite Drive-in
Take just a short drive to Star-Lite Drive In, a four screen, double feature drive in movie theatre. All you need is your car and a radio to tune in!
14200 US Hwy 84 West
(334) 692-3890
The Mule Barn (JL’s Farm & Flower Market)
2526 South Main Street
(334) 766-0661
Todd Syrup Farm
Stop by and visit Mr. Todd and his family to learn how seven generations have built the family business of making cane syrup. Learn about the entire process from field to bottle, visit their museum on the history of syrup making, and take home some homemade goodies from the gift shop. Open daily including an RV Park.
19326 US Highway 431, Headland
(334) 693-2004
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U.S. Army Aviation Museum
The United States Army Aviation Museum houses the largest collection of US Army Aviation memorabilia. Its exhibits feature military airplanes, helicopters, and a gift shop. Closed on Sundays and Federal Holidays. This attraction is on a military base, so valid ID is required to pass through the gates and a vehicle search may be requested.
Building 6000, Novosel Ave, Fort Rucker
(334) 598-2508
Visit Dothan Headquarters / Gold Peanut Monument
Your questions for all things Dothan can be answered here at the hub – hotel information, upcoming events, current maps, and brochures for all the local attractions. You’ll also find a great selection of Dothan gear in our gift shop, and some Sweet Home Alabama souvenirs to take home. Plus, we’ve got the original Peanut Around Town – a gold cast peanut that is a familiar photo op for visitors, and a giant Elvis Peanut with a great story. Ask our friendly staff about Elvis’ former life!
3311 Ross Clark Circle
(334) 794-6622
Water World
Enjoy the triple-flumed and Great White water slides, giant wave pool, arcade, concessions, and picnic and kiddie play areas. Open May through Labor Day. Admission is charged for this attraction.
401 Recreation Road
(334) 615-3750
Whispering Giant Sculpture
The 20-foot statue of a sad Native American standing in front of the Houston-Love Memorial Public Library was a gift from skilled wood sculpture, Peter Toth. The landmark is an homage to Alabama’s Native American cultures.
445 N Oates St
Wiregrass Museum of Art
Located in historic downtown Dothan and housed in the city's original Municipal Light and Water Plant, the Wiregrass Museum of Art collects and exhibits contemporary work by artists from Alabama and around the Southeast. Pieces from the permanent collection are on display throughout the year with temporary exhibitions that change quarterly. WMA also hosts artist workshops, educational tours and programming, film screenings, and live music.
126 Museum Ave
(334) 794-3871
Working Cow Dairy Farms
Come and learn about the dairy farm business with opportunities to visit during milkings daily. Tour and learn about the intricacies of the dairy business and support a local, family owned farm with a farm store offering handmade cheese, chocolate milk, and butter!
5539 N State Hwy 103 Slocomb, Alabama 36375
(334) 886-3839
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World’s Smallest City Block
Recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records, this land triangle features a stop sign, yield sign, and street signs.
N. Appletree & Museum Streets
Xtreme Air: Trampoline and Ninja Course
The sky is the limit at Xtreme Air: Trampoline Park and Ninja Course, the largest super tramp arena in the US. Xtreme Air includes an arcade, zip line, and inflatable park, whether you want to try aerial tricks or release your inner warrior. Stop by for family fun, birthday parties, group events, field trips, corporate parties and more! Waiver is required to jump.
441 Nypro Lane
(334) 797-5867
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