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My boys picked Alabama for our trip in late February. We are coming from the northeast, so we will be plenty happy with the weather, 40s, 50s, 60s, whatever.

The boys are 4 and 5 so the plan is to visit the Space Center, Catherdral Caverns, and maybe SciQuest. We'd also love any nice hikes or nature trails. My boys are active and like to have hands on stuff to do. Is there anything else we shouldn't miss?

Next question....are we better off adding Atlanta or Nashville to our trip? We will fly in/out of one of them. Or I guess we could do both but we only have 6-7 days.

Thanks.

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