Sites & Attractions

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W.C. Handy Home, Museum and Library

Blues composer W.C. Handy, the Father of the Blues, was born in Florence and never forgot his small-town river roots. The museum — the More...

Warrior Mountain Trading Co.

Warrior Mountain Trading Company has a small Southeastern Indian museum that includes natural history exhibits. Serving as the visitor center for More...

Waterloo

Waterloo was the final stopping point in Alabama for Cherokee Indians forced to travel the Trail of Tears water route. A steamboat departed from More...

Wheeler Lake

Wheeler Lake is world renowned for its bass fishing and hosts many national bass fishing tournaments that bring anglers from around the world. More...

Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

The Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge located along the Tennessee River between Huntsville and Decatur provides habitat for the state's largest More...

Wildwood Park

This quiet park near downtown Florence offers canoe and kayak access to Cypress Creek. Other features include picnic areas, a nature trail, and More...

William B. Bankhead National Forest

Bankhead National Forest overlaps areas in southern Lawrence County as well as Winston County. The forest offers 180,000 acres of wild beauty with More...

Wilson Lake

Wilson Lake extends 15 miles from Florence and Muscle Shoals to Wheeler Dam and attracts anglers seeking to catch largemouth and smallmouth bass, More...

Wilson Lock and Dam

Begun in 1918 and finished in 1924, the imposing Wilson Lock and Dam is a neoclassical-style engineering marvel that the newly created TVA acquired More...

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