Sites & Attractions

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Sheffield Residential Historic District

Victorian, Arts and Crafts, Colonial Revival and Late Gothic Revival homes line the peaceful wide boulevard leading from downtown Sheffield to bluffs More...

Shoals Creek Preserve

More than 4.5 miles of trails that cross 300 acres of natural woodlands provide views of creeks, waterfalls, and bluffs.

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Spring Park

The world's largest man-made natural stone waterfall, Coldwater Falls, is the centerpiece of this historic park that was established in the early More...

Step Back in Time Historic District Walking Tour in Athens

Forty-five historic homes and churches are featured on this self-guided walking tour through the Robert Beaty Historic District, which is listed on More...

Swan Creek Waterfowl Management Area

The 8,870-acre Swan Creek Waterfowl Management Area is open to the public for waterfowl and small game hunting. Firing range closed during More...

Tennessee Valley Authority Reservation

Enjoy breathtaking views of the Tennessee River as you travel the 11 miles of foot trails. An historic restored railroad bridge and a natural More...

Tennessee Valley Civil War Trail - Alabama Civil War Trail

Five of the eight stops along Alabama\'s Tennessee Valley Civil War Trail are located in the Muscle Shoals National Heritage More...

Tennessee Valley Museum of Art

A regional art center, the museum hosts rotating exhibits, workshops, and educational programs. It also permanently houses the sandstone Martin More...

The Alexander Building

Before everybody had icemakers in their kitchen refrigerators, ice plants were vital businesses in the community. In 1947, the Alexander Building More...

The Altar of the New Testament & Founders Hall

On the campus of one of the state's oldest universities, Founders Hall is an 1840s Greek Revival building that serves as the center of More...

The Richard Martin Trail (Rails to Trails)

This 10.2-mile bicycle, horse, and walking trail passes by the site where the historic Battle of Sulpher Creek Trestle took place during the Civil More...

The Shoals Theatre

The Shoals Theatre was the fourth largest theatre in Alabama when it was constructed in 1948 and was the first theater in the state to feature More...

The Trail of Tears

There are two certified Trail of Tears sites located in the Muscle Shoals National Heritage area: Tuscumbia Landing (Colbert County) and Waterloo More...

The University of North Alabama Art Gallery

A hidden gem, this university gallery spotlights both traveling exhibits of note and innovative and imaginative student work. Free admission; open More...

The Wichahpi Commemorative Stone Wall (Tom Hendrix' Wall)

Lauderdale County resident Tom Hendrix spent more than 30 years building a stone wall in memory of his great-great-grandmother, a Yuchi Indian who More...

Town of Mooresville

The first town that the Alabama Territorial Legislature incorporated was Mooresville, and the entire village now is on the National Register of More...

Tuscumbia Historic District & Guided Walking Tour

Charming cottages, graceful mansions, and other 19th-century buildings are preserved in districts perfect for strolling and admiring in this More...

Tuscumbia Landing

Tuscumbia Landing, located near downtown Sheffield, was Alabama's first site on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail System. The landing was More...

Tuscumbia Railroad Historic Depot

Tuscumbia is known as America's First Frontier Railroad Town, and visitors can explore that history at the fully restored 1888 depot museum. Rail More...

Veteran’s Memorial Park

This park includes sports facilities such as tennis courts, softball fields, and an 18-hole disc golf course.

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