Alabama Attractions

From outdoors activities and zoos, to museums and historic structures, here are the top attractions Alabama has to offer.
The US Space and Rocket Center
1 Tranquility Base
Huntsville, AL 35805
Experience the best of United States space-related discovery at the US Space & Rocket Center, conveniently located west of downtown Huntsville in the beautiful state of Alabama. As the number one tourist destination in the entire state of Alabama, this attraction offers dozens of demonstrations, including hands-on exhibits and fantastic space-flight simulators.
Noccalula Falls
1500 Noccalula Road
Gadsden, AL 35999
You'll want to witness the beautiful rushing waters of Noccalula Falls, located in the beautiful city of Gadsden, Alabama. Enjoy it all while lounging in the lazy mist of the falls, which pour a massive amount of water over their pristine cliffs every day. This beautiful Alabama attraction is open year round for the amusement of entire families or the natural plight of soul-searching individuals.
Cheaha State Park
2141 Bunker Loop
Delta, AL 36258
On your Alabama trip, there's nothing like a trip to Cheaha State Park to rejuvenate the senses and to reacquaint suburban minds with the wonder and glory of nature. Cheaha State Park rests on the dramatically rising peak of Alabama's highest point, enjoying a more-than-healthy altitude of 2,401 feet.
The Birmingham Zoo
2630 Cahaba Road
Birmingham, AL 35223
Find yourself in the middle of 100 acres of wooded land south of the downtown Birmingham locale, where you'll be in the joyous company of over 1,000 animals. Some of nature's finest furry friends make their home at the Birmingham Zoo, which features special habitats like the Alligator Swamp as well as the Savannah, which faithfully recreates the African veldt and includes a captivating assortment of giraffes.
The Statue of Liberty
516 Liberty Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35242
Yes, you're on the right page - although this might not be the Statue of Liberty you're thinking of. Still, we think that this replica of the original Statue of Liberty, at one-fifth of its size, is mentionable in the top 10 attractions of Alabama. The bronze recreation was commissioned by the founder of Liberty National Life Insurance in 1959 and stands tall and proud to this day.
Tannehill Historical State Park
12632 Confederate Parkway
Mc Calla, AL 35111
Any guest traveling through Alabama will be keen to schedule at least a half day for the exploration of Tannehill Historic State Park - although that amount of time will likely not be enough for a thorough investigation of the park's many draws and attractions. At the height of production, this area contains more than 50 restored historic buildings, including the Tannehill Iron Works, which dates back to the early 19th century.
Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame
1631 4th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Experience one of the most fantastic destinations for any lover of jazz. The Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame commemorates some of the greatest artists of their times - jazz greats which span the century as earmarks to the cultural evolution of popular music. Hosted at the recently renovated Art-Deco Carver Theatre, this museum is a must-see for guests of all ages, but especially of one particular interest: jazz, of course!
Alabama State Capitol Building
600 Dexter Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36130
You'll be pleased to find out that Alabama is home to one of the most historic State Capitol buildings in the world - and you'll be even more eager to actually check out this beautiful testament to government and architecture. It is within these walls that Alabama once voted to secede from the Union during the heydays of the Civil War; another time, Jefferson Davis was inaugurated as President of the Confederate States. Rich with history!
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
2612 Lane Park Road
Birmingham, AL 35223
Simply stunning! These gorgeous gardens have a variety of plant life which will endear and delight the various senses of the population. From gorgeous lilacs which emit a heavenly aroma to cherry blossoms lining the shores of a gorgeous Japanese pond, there's truly something for everyone at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, which houses the largest glass greenhouse in the Southeast.
The Birmingham Museum of Art
2000 8th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
It's a well-known fact that every world-class city has its own world-class art gallery. This tradition continues in the city of Birmingham, where some of the artistic elite of Alabama have gathered to bring you a collection worth checking out, and certainly rivaling some of the better art houses in the world.
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