Visitors to the Yellowhammer
state will find no shortage of southern hospitality at the fine Alabama bed & breakfasts, inns,
cabins, lodges, and small hotels. And while things tend to move a little slower
in the South, you can keep your visit interesting with a variety of attractions
and activities including golf, hiking, fishing, beaches, historical sites,
museums, performing arts, and national parks.
From Florence, Huntsville, and Decatur in the mountains of northern Alabama, to Anniston, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Selma and Montgomery in central Alabama, to Mobile and Gulf Shores in the Gulf Coast Region, there's a plethora of exciting destinations to enjoy.
Alabama offers over 20 beautiful State Parks including Joe Wheeler State Park, Desoto State Park, Cheaha State Park, Oak Mountain State Park, Gulf State Park, Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Russell Cave National Monument, Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site, and Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site.
Other points of interest include Natchez Trace Parkway, Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, Alabama Civil Rights Museum Trail, Alabama Department of Archives and History, Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center and IMAX® Dome Theater, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama Wildlife Center, Alabama Music Hall of Fame, Huntsville Botanical Gardens, Montgomery Zoo, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and the Betsy Ann Riverboat.