Sites & Attractions

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Historic Downtown Courtland

Courtland was once a thriving local trade center that depended on the nearby plantation economy. The more than 100 historic houses, buildings and More...

Historic Downtown Russellville

The city of Russeville was settled around the intersection of Jackson's Military Road and Gaines Trace and was incorporated in 1819. The historic More...

Historic LaGrange College Site Park and Pioneer Settlement

LaGrange College was established in 1830 as Alabama's first chartered college. The site now is a recreated pioneer village, and visitors also can More...

Historic Markers of Colbert County

Historic markers located throughout the county tell of local historic events related to communities, transportation systems, and civil war More...

Historic Markers of Lauderdale County

Historic markers located throughout the county tell of local historic events related to communities, transportation systems, and civil war More...

Historic Markers of Lawrence County

Historic markers located throughout the county tell of local historic events related to communities, transportation systems, and civil war More...

Historic Markers of Limestone County

Historic markers located throughout the county tell of local historic events related to communities, transportation systems, and civil war More...

Houston Memorial Library and Museum

Built in 1835, the former home of Alabama governor and U.S. senator George S. Houston is a public library and museum. Exhibits include furnishings More...

Ingalls Harbor

Ingalls Harbor has gained national attention as a frequent host of FLW and Bassmaster tournaments that come to Decatur. Its 10 boat simultaneous More...

Ivy Green: Birthplace of Helen Keller

Visitors come from around the world to see Ivy Green and the water pump where Anne Sullivan taught Helen Keller her first word. Fully restored to More...

Jesse Owens Museum

Born a sharecropper's son in Danville, Jesse Owens went on to worldwide fame in sports and humanitarianism. The museum includes interactive kiosks, More...

Joe Wheeler State Park

A beautifully maintained park on the banks of the Tennessee River. Enjoy the peace of nature as you hike quiet trails then head back to your More...

Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts

The center of Florence's thriving art community, this non-profit museum anchors downtown arts events and offers free exhibits featuring some of the More...

Lawrence County Archives and Historical Building

Located in the historic Bank of Moulton building, the archives center is a mecca for people doing genealogy and historical research.

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Limestone County Antebellum Trail

This driving tour takes visitors through Athens and Mooresville, two of Alabama's oldest towns in eastern Limestone County. The tour features 24 More...

Limestone County Canoe and Kayak Trail

This 21.9 mile Class-1 route along the Elk River begins at Elkmont and ends at Wheeler Lake at Joe Wheeler State Park. Scenery along the route More...

Mallard-Fox Creek Wildlife Management Area

The 1,742 acre Mallard Fox Creek Wildlife Management Area is open to the public for waterfowl and small game More...

McFarland Park

Located on the banks of the Tennessee River near the mouth of Cypress Creek, this historic park was once part of local Native American homelands. More...

Morgan County Archives

Personal memoriabilia about the history of Morgan County as well as non-current county records are stored in a 1927 former bank building in historic More...

Muscle Shoals Sound Studio

Superstars came here to one of music's most iconic addresses to record with the world-famous Muscle Shoals Sound Rhythm Section, also known as The More...

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