Sites & Attractions

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Natchez Trace Parkway

The historic Natchez Trace cuts through the Shoals area in Alabama on its 444 mile journey from South Mississippi to Nashville. Created by bison, then More...

Nitrate Village One

The U.S. government built these stucco and red-tiled-roofed bungalows to house workers for a World War I nitrate plant. Later named for TVA dams, More...

North Alabama Birding Trail

Nineteen of the 50 bird watching sites that make up the North Alabama Birding Trail are located throughout the Muscle Shoals National Heritage More...

North Alabama Birding Trail

View bald eagles, hawks, woodland birds, and waterfowl in their natural habitat. Several sections of the North Alabama Birding Trail are in the More...

Oakville Indian Mound and Museum

Featuring the state's largest Woodland Indian ceremonial mound, the site also has a burial mound and a museum replicating a Cherokee council More...

Old Railroad Bridge

This pedestrian-only bridge spans 1,580 feet and is 14 feet high. The original bridge was built in 1839 as a toll bridge and provided a key More...

Old State Bank

The Old State Bank, built in 1833, is the oldest bank in the state. The pre-Greek Revival structure served as a hospital during the Civil War and More...

Pathways: Walk through the History of Muscle Shoals

Located inside Muscle Shoals' city hall, this free mini-museum has original documents and photographs documenting the town's history and musical More...

Pickwick Lake

Pickwick Lake is renowned for its smallmouth bass fishing but is also a popular area to fish for largemouth bass, crappie, sauger, and channel More...

Pine Torch Baptist Church

Located in the Bankhead National Forest sits a small one-room log church constructed in 1820. The church retains its original interior and has a tin More...

Point Mallard Park

One of the top tourist destinations in the state, Point Mallard Park features a Good Sam Campground, an award-winning championship golf course, More...

Pond Spring: Home of General Joseph Wheeler

An Alabama Historical Commission property, Pond Spring was the home of “Fightin' Joe” Wheeler, former U.S. congressman and an officer More...

Pope’s Tavern Museum

At one time a stagecoach stop, Pope's Tavern is one of the oldest structures in Florence. Located on the military road that connected Nashville to More...

Princess Theatre for the Performing Arts

The Princess Theatre began life as a livery stable in 1887 and became a vaudeville and silent-film hall in 1919 and then an Art Deco-style movie More...

Red Bay Museum

Located in an early 1900s downtown building, this museum showcases exhibits including recreations of the Red Bay Hotel lobby and general merchandise More...

Ritz Theatre

Built in 1927 as a silent-movie house, the Ritz underwent an Art Deco renovation in the early 1930s to welcome the advent of “talkies.” More...

Riverfront Park

As its name implies, this park sits on the banks of the beautiful Tennessee River. The park's mile of shoreline includes boat ramps, fishing piers, More...

Riverton Community Hunting Area

6,625 acres in Colbert County near Cherokee are open for big game and small game More...

Rock of Ages Tour

The Rock of Ages Trail showcases a collection of 18 cherished churches at least 100 years old, providing a glimpse into the spiritual fabric of More...

Seven Mile Island Wildlife Management Area

4,685 acres in Lauderdale County near Florence are open to the public for waterfowl and small game More...

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