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Alabama Attractions - Entertainment in Alabama
Things to Do and See in Alabama including Attractions, Museums, Nightlife,
Sights, Events, History, Arts, Theatre, Landmarks in the Alabama Area


Helen Keller's Birthplace and Home
300 W. North Commons
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
Built in 1820 by Helen Keller's grandfather. Infant Helen Keller developed high fever that took her sight and hearing. Each summer, The Miracle Worker, depicting how she overcame her handicaps, is re-enacted here.

Clarke County Museum
(Grove Hill) Antebellum home housing artifacts from prehistoric, Native American, pioneer, antebellum, Victorian and modern periods from Clarke Co. history. 1850s exterior kitchen. Permanent and temporary exhibits. Research/genealogical materials available.

Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
(Fairhope) "Where rivers meet the sea." One of 25 national reserves protecting estuarine waters, marshes, shorelines, adjacent uplands for research, education. Museum, specimen collection, live animals, interpretive boardwalk, 3 mi./5 km of hiking trails. Great learning experience.

Alabama State Capitol
(Montgomery) Reflects 140 years of shifting tastes in architecture and furnishings. Historic Senate Chamber, House of Representatives and old Supreme Court Chamber have been restored to Civil War-era appearance.

Bessemer Hall of History Museum (Bessemer) Housed in renovated Southern Railway Terminal. Contains artifacts, documents, photographs, 1800s furnishings and farm implements, Civil War collection relating to 1862 28th Alabama Regiment, antique telephone display, library.

Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo
(Gulf Shores) 16 acres. More than 250 exotic animals in natural habitats. Paved path through park, past exhibits. Elevated observation deck allows unobstructed viewing by even small visitors. Lions, tigers, bears, tropical birds, reptiles, exotic felines, hoofstock.

Auburn University Historic District (Auburn) Centered around beautiful Samford Park, buildings date from 1850s to early 1900s and reflect Revivalistic style. Historic buildings include University Chapel, Samford Hall, Hargis Hall and Langdon Hall. Located across from Uptown Auburn.

Loretta Goodwin Gallery

Look no further than Alabama's abundant collection of museums to find the story of our great state and its people. From the birthplace of Helen Keller to birth of the Civil Rights Movement, discover struggles and accomplishments of our past. Visit the actual Civil Rights Movement sites in Birmingham, Montgomery, Selma and Tuskegee where events that galvanized the world also made a nation view its fellow men and women with equality and respect.

Wildlife Center, The
(Birmingham) Clinic for orphaned and injured native wildlife, plus educational facility to foster appreciation of Alabama's creatures. View rehabilitation process of various raptors, mammals, birds and reptiles.

Mobile Zoo, The
(Mobile) Non-profit wildlife park for pleasure, education and continuing the existence of endangered/non-endangered wildlife.

Birmingham Zoo
Alabama has a great variety of zoos, wildlife centers, aquariums, estuariums, aviaries, and petting zoos.


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January 11, 2011