Category: Tuscaloosa Attractions

Check Out The Farmers Market In Tuscaloosa

overhead view of various vegetable
Shopping local is a great way to support your neighbors and your community. When you shop at your local farmers market, you promote our state’s amazing agriculture while bringing home some high-quality goods. If you’d like to see what our region’s farmers have ripe and ready for dinner, make your... [read more]

Catch A Concert This Spring At The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

rock concert
Located in Downtown Tuscaloosa, The Tuscaloosa Amphitheatre is ready to put on a show at any time. The Amphitheatre sits across from the Tuscaloosa News Building, Riverfront Village Apartments, and in the heart of downtown. Springtime seems to be a popular time for concerts in Tuscaloosa. The residents of Tuscaloosa... [read more]

Get Some Fresh Air At The Riverwalk

Man Enjoying Autumn Day Spent With Pet
As the holidays can be a bit overwhelming, gathering in homes, staying inside to avoid the chilly weather, and spending hours in the kitchen, you may need some fresh air. The Tuscaloosa Riverwalk is the perfect place to unwind, decompress, and get some fresh air. Located alongside The Black Warrior... [read more]

Fun Fall Hikes Near Tuscaloosa, AL

Family running down rocky trail
Now that fall weather has settled in, it’s time to get outdoors and take advantage of the amazing temperatures. One awesome activity you don’t want to miss out on this fall is hiking a trail near Tuscaloosa. There are plenty of options for every level hiker. We’ve listed our five... [read more]

Visit The Children’s Hands-On Museum Of Tuscaloosa

Two kids looking at a science exhibit
Explore. Create. Discover. Take a trip to the Children's Hands-On Museum of Tuscaloosa so your little one can experience inspiration, learning, and growth through the power of play! The exhibits at this museum are all about learning through S.T.E.M. The fun and exciting experiences that can be had here are... [read more]

Treat Your Taste Buds To A Tuscaloosa Favorite: Heritage House

Young couple sharing coffee and pastries
Out-of-towners might ask for that one infamous coffee chain, but Tuscaloosa natives know where to find the most neighborly cup o’ Joe: Heritage House Coffee & Tea. If you’re looking for a good cup of coffee and a fresh-baked pastry served in a warm atmosphere, Heritage House has got you.... [read more]

Try Out Something New At Civil Axe Throwing

Lifting weights, running, journaling – these are all incredible ways to burn off steam. But they can get old quickly if you rely on them each time you're feeling overwhelmed. A fun new way to move your body and put that stress to good use is waiting for you at... [read more]

Practice Your Golf Swing At Ol’ Colony Golf Complex!

Golf is both a mental and physical game, making it ideal for athletes looking for a sport they can play their whole life through. It also allows for more socialization than many other sports as you walk the courses, practices at the driving range, and kick back at the clubhouses... [read more]

Plan A Visit To The Jemison-Van De Graaf Mansion

Jemison-Van De Graaf Mansion
There are so many beautiful spots to check out in the Tuscaloosa area. But here’s the thing: There’s a good chance that you haven’t been to all of them. After all, when you live someplace for an extended period, you always put off those trips to the future. You think... [read more]

Tuscaloosa’s 200th Birthday And Holiday Parade

Holiday Parade
You already know the holiday season is coming up, which means that it’s time to celebrate with family, friends, and your entire community. But you may not have also realized that Tuscaloosa’s 200th birthday is coming up as well. That’s right – the city is 200 years old, and there’s... [read more]