Tuscaloosa to Auburn
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn Tigers are cross-state rivals in football. Sports fans can visit the campuses at Tuscaloosa and Auburn to see awards, photos, and athletic memorabilia dating as far back as 120 years.
Where Eagles Fly
It’s the name of a famous song, but Guntersville is truly a place “where eagles fly.” This area in North Alabama attracts so many migrating bald eagles during the winter that Lake Guntersville State Park. Watch and enjoy the graceful symbol of our American heritage each year.
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach
Pack the car and head down I-65, U.S. Hwy. 231 or across I-10 and down to Alabama’s beautiful white sand beaches. You can soak up the sun on 32 miles of sugar-white sand beaches. See exotic animals at the world famous “Little Zoo That Could” or hop on an eco-cruise to watch dolphins play.
Taking it to the Streets, Downtown
Travel to Birmingham, Alabama’s largest city, for a stroll through historic downtown. You will go to the place where hot peanuts have been sold for more than 100 years and stroll through shops filled with memories.