Sites & Attractions

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Alabama Music Hall of Fame

The Alabama Music Hall of Fame preserves and promotes the state\'s musical heritage and honors and celebrates musicians who called Alabama "home," More...

Alabama Veterans Museum and Archives

This community-inspired museum honors local veterans by preserving their memories and commemorating the work that military personnel and their More...

Amen Trail

Nineteen churches make up the Amen Trail in Morgan County. Most of them are at least 100 years old with active faith communities. Two of the More...

Athens Historic Districts

Stroll through four historic districts in and around downtown Athens and view beautiful historic homes, churches and Athens State University. More...

Athens-Limestone County Civil War Trail

This self-guided driving tour features the battles of Athens and Suplhur Creek Trestle. The trail follows the 1864 campaign of Confederate Maj. More...

Bear Creek Lakes

Four trophy fishing lakes occupying more than 8,000 acres provide opportunities for anglers from across the country to catch smallmouth and More...

Belle Mont Mansion

An Alabama Historical Commission site, Belle Mont was built 1828-1832 and is one of the state's first great plantation houses. The designer is More...

Black Warrior Wildlife Management Area

In Lawrence and Winston counties near Clayton, 91,263 acres are open for big game and small game More...

Black Warrior’s Path/Mitchell Trace

Black Warrior\'s Path began near Florence and continued southeast through Lawrence County. Gen. Andrew Jackson, Col. John Coffee and frontiersman More...

Blue and Gray Museum of North Alabama

Robert Parham, a Civil War historian, owns this museum and shop, which contains one of the largest private collections of Civil War artifacts you More...

Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve

A 60-foot waterfall ends your walk along a path following the banks of a woodland stream. This 713-acre preserve lets you enjoy nature that is More...

Carnegie Visual Arts Center

Built in 1904, this building was one of thousands of local libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie in the early 20th century. Today the Carnegie hosts More...

Children’s Museum of the Shoals

Hands-on exhibits encourage children to play and explore while learning about the Tennessee Valley's heritage and culture. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 More...

City of Florence Historic Districts

Stroll through Florence\'s ten historic districts and enjoy a glimpse of times gone by as stately homes mix with delightful bungalows, with the More...

Colbert County Courthouse

Built in 1881 and rebuilt after a fire in 1908, the courthouse still is the center of county government. A veterans' memorial, the Circle of Valor, More...

Coldwater Stagecoach Stop

This one-room log cabin may have been built as early as 1815 and probably was one of several stagecoach stops operated by Michael Dickson, Tuscumbia's More...

College Inn-Newby Gulf Station

Get back in touch with your inner teenager at the ice-cream stand and jukebox that are part of this restored 1933 Prairie-style service station, More...

Cook’s Natural Science Museum

This educational museum has collections of insects, rocks, minerals, coral, shells and mounted birds and animals, including an exhibit of Tennessee More...

Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard

Almost 200 coondogs are buried at this former hunting camp — the only cemetery of its kind in the world. Admission is free, and visitors can More...

Courtland Heritage Museum

Recently renovated, the museum on Courtland\'s town square is in a 1900 building that previously housed businesses and a service club. It displays More...

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