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The Alabama Music Hall of Fame honors Alabama's musical achievers. Memorabilia from the careers of Alabamians such as Tammy Wynette, Lionel Richie, Emmylou Harris, the group Alabama, The Commodores, Nat King Cole, W.C. Handy, Hank Williams and many other artists are featured in the 12,500-square-foot exhibit hall.
Jefferson Palladian architecture. Brick, U-shaped structure built 1828-32. One of state's first great plantation houses. Design strongly suggests Thomas Jefferson influence.
Historic House Museum
700+ acres, privately protected scenic area that is a sanctuary for native plants and animals; 15 miles of hiking, primitive camping sites, picnicking, creek wading.
This stately building, with brick walls that date back to its construction in 1881, houses county government and serves as the centerpiece of the surrounding Tuscumbia National Register Historic District.
Manmade lighted waterfall constructed of 2,000+ tons of sandstone. 80 ft. wide, 42 ft. tall., 4.3 million gallons of water pass over the falls each day.
Built as early as 1815, small hewn-log cabin served as a stagecoach stop on the Jackson Military Road in Tuscumbia.
Over 40 trails to accommodate from the sophisticated rock crawler to simple 4x4s and ATVs. A mud bog, food vendors, camping_‹ÓRVs & primitive.
Built 1820. Infant Helen developed high fever, lost sight and hearing. "The Miracle Worker," depicting how she overcame her handicaps, re-enacted each summer.
25+ National Register antebellum structures. Historic courthouse to seven-building commercial row, state's oldest commercial building, Coldwater Bookstore, depot, Spring Park, Helen Keller home, more.
Fully restored 1888 train depot now a museum. Rail and train memorabilia (including photo gallery), interactive train simulators, telegraph demonstrations.
Racing facility contains an 1/8th-mile asphalt drag strip and a 3/8-mi. semi-bank clay oval. Racing divisions include super late models, late-model stock, modified street and mini stocks.
A unique watering hole under the rock where whole family can relax and enjoy connecting to local history, dine, listen to live music and enjoy karoake.
Horseback trail riding, organized trail rides held throughout the 3,500 acres of meadow and woodland, dotted with waterfalls and caves.
Level course ideal for walking, with 5 ponds
Spring runs throughout park. Evening water show, lighted waterfall. Playground, pavilions, stage, restaurants. Imitation steam engine locomotive train, seats 120. Splash pad, roller coaster and carousel.
Rotating exhibitions, juried art competitions, fine art and craft show, workshops and classes for adults and children. Educational outreach program. Permanent Martin Petroglyph exhibition.