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Sightseeing in Alabama

Scenic Lookout
“It’s the largest cast iron statue in the world, offers some of the best views of Birmingham, and the museum offers a historical glimpse of Birmingham’s industrial past.”
39local recommendations
Memorial Site
“Do not leave Montgomery without visiting the National Memorial for Peace and Justice. Make sure you allot 3-4 hours for the memorial and museum.”
7local recommendations
History Museum
“Fort was discovered when the Wallace tunnel was being dug and a recreation was built to house the artifacts and display the history of Mobile the "City of seven flags" cafe on site”
5local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Another opportunity to learn more about Montgomery and it's role in the Civil Rights movement.”
5local recommendations
National Park
“When Birmingham was first founded many would travel to work at the sloss furnace. They were paid well and were able to get rich fast. This is how Birmingham got its name the Magic City.”
3local recommendations
Historic Site
“Free to enter and an interesting place to see how these African American did during after WWII. It’s 33 miles drive from our location.”
2local recommendations
Cemetery
“Veteran's cemetery, beautiful grounds, quiet early morning walk from Windmill Drive guest house”
1local recommendations
National Park
“National Park and Historic site of the Pickens Civil War Fort // Camping for only $8 a night // $15 for one week entry // Most private beach on Pensacola Beach”
2local recommendations
Historic Site
Historic Site
Scenic Lookout
1local recommendations
Historic Site
“ The oldest house in Tallassee. This pioneer two room dog trot log dwelling was constructed of notched hand-hewn timbers. It was built by the son of Archibald Patterson (1786-1857) a pioneer family from North Carolina.”
1local recommendations