A Free Alabama Travel Brochure will convince you that Southern Hospitality is what it’s all about. You may choose outdoor activities like golfing at world-class courses, relaxing on a sandy beach, mountain hiking, camping, biking trails, or fishing. Other attractions like NASA’s Space Center in Huntsville, Civil War Battlefields, the USS Alabama battleship moored near Mobile, the NASCAR Super Speedway in Talladega, museums, tours, and art fairs await you.
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There are no shortages of places to catch a concert or show in Alabama. The state has given rise to many musical icons throughout the years, including the "Father of the Blues" W.C. Handy and the first country superstar, Hank Williams Sr.. If you wish to see a show on your visit, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery draws more than 300,000 visitors a year.
Your inner outdoorsman will love the numerous golf courses, hunting areas, fishing tours, and other outdoor activities available throughout the state. The famous Robert Trend Jones Golf Trail winds along the Alabama River offering breathtaking views and superb golfing. White tail deer and wild turkey are plentiful in the states hunting grounds. Fishing in the states numerous freshwater holes is almost as good as fishing off the Gulf Coast. The states is also home to more than 100 campgrounds and 22 million acres of forests.
When you're ready to wind down and relax, visit one of the states pristine beaches along the Gulf-Coast. Go fishing, boating, have a drink, or just soak up the sun. If you're feeling more adventurous, take a trip to Dauphin Island with the family and escape the busy pace of life on the mainland.
No matter your passion, Alabama has something for everyone.
If you’re looking for more excitement in your vacation, try taking in a football game. Alabama is serious about football. Alabama boasts two of the largest football stadiums in the Nation, the Bryant-Denny Stadium and the Jordan-Hare Stadium. The University of Alabama is home to the legendary Crimson Tide.
After a day of touring museums, taking in shows, or lounging on the beach, you're bound to be hungry. Luckily Alabama has an abundance of fine restaurants with something to please every palate. The state is most known for it's comfort food, barbeque, and seafood offerings.
Located in the Southeast United States, Alabama, also known as “the cotton state” is home to over 4 million residents. In 1819 Alabama became the 22nd state and currently ranks 30th in terms of size.
Alabama is abundant with history and culture. The state boasts a number of popular museums featuring everything from trains to a reconstructed Native American village. There are also numerous art museums Civil War site throughout the state. Historic plantations and homes of significant American figures such as Hellen Keller have been preserved and are open to the public for tours throughout the year.