Location Map of Places to visit in Alabama
|State Parks||Blakeley State Park, Blue Springs State Park, Oak Mountain State Park, Chickasaw State Park, Lakepoint State Park, Roland Cooper State Park|
|Beaches||Orange Beach, Dauphin Island, Gulf Shores, the Shoals|
|Museums||Birmingham Museum of Art, George Washington Carver Museum, US Army Aviation Museum, Women's Army Corps Museum, American Sport Art Museum and Archives|
|Historical Landmarks||Alabama State Capitol, Apalachicola Fort Site, Barton Hall, Fort Morgan, Kenworthy Hall, Moundville Site|
|Other Places||Wilson Dam, Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Arlington, Russell Cave National Monument, Huntsville Botanical Garden|
Tourist Attractions of Alabama
Known as the "Heart of Dixie," Alabama features many tourist attractions: the Little River Canyon National Preserve, the Jazz Hall of Fame, Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site, Tannehill Historical State Park, Birmingham Zoo, and the Dauphin Island.
Chickasaw State Park: Located in Marengo County, Alabama, the Chickasaw State Park is one of the must-visit places in Alabama. Hiking trails, a wading pool for children, and playground equipment are some of the features of the park.
Orange Beach: A perfect holiday getaway, the Orange Beach is located in Baldwin County, Alabama, United States. It regularly hosts sporting events at the Orange Beach Sportsplex.
Birmingham Museum of Art: The Birmingham Museum of Art in Birmingham, Alabama was founded in 1951. It has one of the finest collections in the Southeast United States, with more than 24,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, and decorative arts. The Museum also houses a remarkable collection of Renaissance and Baroque paintings and sculpture from the late thirteenth century to 1750.
US Space and Rocket Center: Located in Huntsville, Alabama, the US Space and Rocket Center is magnificent place and offers great adventure. There is a big Saturn V rocket standing outside the Space Museum that draws millions of people worldwide. The Center also houses a museum showcasing the hardware of the United States space program.
Huntsville Botanical Garden: One of the most fascinating places in Huntsville, the Huntsville Botanical Garden is one of the top tourist attractions. There is a wealth of native flowers (daylily, fern, herb, perennial, rose), plants, trees, water, butterflies, and aquatic life.
|State Parks||Alum Creek State Park, Beaver Creek State Park, Fort Amanda State Park, Rocky Fork State Park, alabama State Park, Madison Lake State Park|
|Beaches||Fox Island Beach, Cedar Point, Euclid Beach, Port Clinton Beach, Lakeview Beach, Lous Billow Beach|
|Museums||Museum of Divine Statues, Akron Art Museum, Canton Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Edison Birthplace Museum, International Women's Air and Space Museum|
|Historical Places||Cincinnati Music Hall, Fort Ancient, Kirtland Temple, William McKinley Tomb, alabama Statehouse, Sunwatch Site|
|Other Places||Sandusky, Kings Mills-Paramount's Kings Island, Cleveland, Zane Shawnee Caverns, Harding Memorial, Veterans Memorial Park|
Harding Memorial: Designed by Henry Hornbostel and Eric Wood, Harding Memorial is a huge building over fifty feet tall made of white Georgian Marble. It is dedicated to the late president Herbert Hoover and his wife.
Cleveland: Nicknamed "The Forest City", "Metropolis of the Western Reserve", "Sixth City", "The Rock 'n' Roll Capital of the World", Cleveland has a wide range of tourist destinations. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Greatlakes Science Center are some of the popular places in the city. Winterfest is an annual celebration held annually at the city's historic hub, Public Square; the event draws many visitors from all across the world.
Last Updated on: November 27, 2014