Your family adventure kicks off in The Peach State of Georgia in the heart of Gone With The Wind country. In the city of Atlanta, experience true southern charm with a modern twist.
All the family are sure to enjoy the Georgia Aquarium, the largest in the world. Ask us about the 'Sleep Under the Sea' option. All sleepovers include admission to the aquarium on the day of your sleepover and the following day, entrance to all presentations, dinner, breakfast, guided tours and activities and a sleeping spot in front of magnificent gallery windows.
There is also the quirky World of Coca-Cola. At this family-friendly, hands-on museum you'll get to visit the secret Coca-Cola vault, meet the Coca-Cola polar bear and take part in tasting sessions. Also in Atlanta, the world headquarters of CNN offers a 55 minute guided behind-the-scenes tour, see the latest news as it's broadcast live throughout the world. The family might also enjoy a day at the Legoland Discovery Centre with 4D theatre, Lego rides and play centre.
Distance: 192 miles
Activities run Friday from 1.30pm to 9 pm. Saturday from 8.30am to 9 pm. Sunday from 8am to 11am. For more space camp information, including a complete list of activities, click here to email your contact details.
Distance: 101 miles
It's time to travel through the rolling Alabama countryside to Birmingham. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame are two places worth a visit. The whole family will appreicate the Aerial Zipline Adventure Park , along with the water rides at the Alabama Splash Adventure Park. If you're longing for another dose of science, check out The McWane Science Centre, housed over four floors with plenty of hands-on interactive fun.
Distance: 280 miles
It's off to the coast today. Worth a stop along the way is sleepy Monroeville, the Literary Capital of Alabama. One of the world's best loved novels To Kill a Mockingbird is set in this charming town, where Pullitzer Prize winning author Harper Lee grew up.
Now it's all about relaxing on the beautiful white-sand beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Enjoy 32 miles of pristine sand and crystal clear waters along Alabama's southern border with the Gulf of Mexico. Also worth visiting in the area is Dauphine Island, historic Mobile and one of the prettiest towns in the USA, Fairhope.
Distance: 32 miles
Continue along the sunny southern coast of the USA through an area known as Flora-Bama, where Alabama and Florida merge. It's a beautiful drive fringed with uncrowded. almost hidden coves and beaches. Your final stay is the waterfront city of Pensacola - winner of numerous Florida beach awards. Try your hand at fishing from the pier or check out the spectacular shows and educational exhibits at the Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park. Nearby is the National Naval Aviation Museum, which is not only is one of the most visited museums in the state of Florida, it also offers free admission.
For truly untouched beaches and total peace and quiet, head for the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Here you'll discover blindingly white sands, an abundant ecosystem and wildlife viewing. It's a short drive by car, but can easily be explored by bike. Time it right and you'll be the only ones there, just imagine, your own deserted island!
Distance: 40 miles
Continue along the Emerald Coast for your return flight back to the UK from Fort Walton Airport.
Want to extend your family adventure? Perhaps time in Disney or Universal Studios or a short cruise around the Islands of The Bahamas? Call Bon Voyage to discuss your ideal Alabama/Florida tailor-made holiday.