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Auburn Displaying items 5 of 21

Indoor Recreation Site

Escape rooms are a fun, interactive game experience new to the Auburn/Opelika area. You and a small group up to 8 people will be immersed in a room with a specific theme and problem. You must work together as a team to solve puzzles, uncover clues and unlock locks in order to solve the problem or "escape the room." But your team must work quickly because you only have 60 minutes. Can you escape?

Indoor Recreation Site

AMF Auburn Lanes offers best-in-class bowling and awesome anytime fun—featuring 24 all-star lanes, an interactive arcade, and an on-site Pro Shop that caters both to serious bowlers and those new to the sport.

Golf Course

Championship course with Bermuda greens. Voted one of best courses in Southeast. Golf Digest: 3 1/2 Stars award. Hooters/Jordan professional tour.

Historic Site

Centered around beautiful Samford Park, Revivalist-style buildings date from 1850s to early 1900s. Historic buildings include University Chapel, Samford Hall, Hargis Hall, Langdon Hall.

Historic Site

City's first separate black community cemetery. Four-acre site contains more than 500 marked graves. Oldest grave dates to 1879.

Fort Mitchell Displaying items 3 of 3

Museum

Celebrate culture of Native Americans who inhabited Chattahoochee Valley. Includes stickball field, sacred fire sculpture, interpretive plaques, interpretive trail, names of Native Americans removed west in 1830s.

Historic Site

1813 fort, 12-ft.-high palisade, log cabin, museum/visitors center with film, scenes and artifacts, tavern and carriage house, and Trading Post.

Historic Site

One of 141 U.S. National Cemeteries for U.S. military veterans, including WWI and Desert Storm, and their spouses and dependent children.

Loachapoka Displaying items 2 of 2

Historic Site

Antebellum homes, two 1840s churches, 100-year-old schoolhouse. Syrup-Sopping Day late Oct. with 150+ arts & crafts vendors, homemade syrup, mule-drawn crushers. Historic museum.

Museum

Pioneer Park has many great exhibits and displays. The museum is currently made up of nine structures. Maintained by the Lee County Historical Society, Pioneer Park is just a few minutes away from the Auburn-Opelika area.

Midway Displaying items 1 of 1

Outdoor Recreation Site

The Robert G. Wehle Nature Center, located on 25 acres of rolling hill country in Bullock County, is designed to enhance the appreciation for conservation and an understanding of man’s relationship with the environment. It features conservation and environmental educational exhibits aimed at both students and adults.

Notasulga Displaying items 3 of 3

Historic Site

The tour will include the Shiloh Rosenwald School, one of the early Rosenwald Schools opened in 1922, the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church established in 1870 and the Shiloh Cemetery, which has gravesites dating back to 1881.

Wine

Taste the rich flavors of native Alabama wines at only winery in southeastern Alabama. Every operation is done by hand, from harvesting to packaging.

Wine

winery and vineyards

Opelika Displaying items 5 of 14

Antique

A huge selection of antiques.

Historic Site

Built in 1850s by Dr. Brownfield, one of Opelika's first physicians. Example of Greek Revival to Victorian Gothic transition. Moved to present site, restored. Rental.

Indoor Recreation Site

CyberZone is a large family entertainment center located in downtown Opelika. We feature a new state of the art Laser Tag system with 6200 square feet of arena with ramps and multiple game types. We also feature the grid arcade, an area with the newest and greatest titles like “the Walking Dead arcade” Jurassic Park” and lots of redemption type games such as Skee Ball and “Quick Drop” CyberZone uses a player card system and all the tickets are put on the game card to use for prizes. We also feature BounceZone our soft play and inflatable area for our younger guests ages 1-6 years. Also introducing the "Replay Cafe", the newest addition to CyberZone, which brings food such as custom order pizzas, snacks and Coke products, it also contains 15 popular retro arcades such as Pac Man, Galaga, and Pinball machines.

Historic Site

Self-guided tour featuring restored depot in Railroad Ave. Historic District. Courthouse square near Victorian homes, specialty shops.

Golf Course

2008 Golf World #1 Public Golf Course in the Nation by Reader's Choice Award.

Phenix City Displaying items 4 of 4

Sports Arena

6 classes of championship stock car racing. Action every Sat. night mid-Mar.-Nov. Special events include demo-derby, fireworks, sprint cars and more.

Golf Course

Designed by John LaFoy. Beautiful rolling terrain. Challenging for all skill levels. Serving East Alabama since 1962.

Outdoor Recreation Site

28 ft. x 140-ft. mural depicting midway of 1940s park. Carousel, train, skating, zoo, pool, dance hall, bowling, fortune teller, Ferris wheel.

Outfitter

Come raft with us on the Chattahoochee River Phenix City, Ala., the longest urban whitewater rafting in the world! The course has been described to be “Wild as Colorado and as Warm as Costa Rica.”

Salem Displaying items 2 of 2

Outdoor Recreation Site

One of the best tracks in the Southeast.

Historic Site

This 1850 one-story structure was built and used by slaves.

Seale Displaying items 1 of 1

Historic Site

Formerly Russell Co. Courthouse (1866-1943). Built 1868, is one the of oldest in state. Indian artifacts and paleontology display.

Tuskegee Displaying items 5 of 15

Historic Site

Located in the Zion Hill neighborhood, church was focal point for a multi-year grass-roots project that united and empowered African-Americans to fight for the right to vote.

Museum

Former rehearsal and recording studio for the group The Commodores featuring Lionel Richie as the lead singer. Songs such as Three Times a Lady, Still, Sail On, and Brickhouse were nurtured and brought to life at the studio.

Historic Site

1903 two-room school, built by students under direction of Dr. Booker T. Washington, houses exposition of local African-Americans education and achievements from the slave ships to the space ships.

Outdoor Recreation Site

City-owned recreational site with picnic areas, playgrounds, and 92 acres of water providing fishing, sailing, and water skiing.

Historic Site

Historic courthouse with actual gargoyles. Added to the National Register of historic places in 1978.

Union Springs Displaying items 5 of 10

Historic Site

Bronze statue sculpted by Robert Wehle. Life-size pointer atop granite base with names of 11 Bullock Co. men in Bird Dog Hall of Fame.

Historic Site

Only second Empire-style courthouse in Alabama. Built in 1871 and patterned after Executive Building in Washington, D.C.

Museum

Built in 1897 by Pauly Jail Company and in use until 1979, Victorian Gothic-Syle building has original trapdoor used for hangings.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Step back in time and experience great fall fun in family environment: hay rides, pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals. Also gift shop, concessions.

Outdoor

Guided deer, quail, turkey hunts. Also chukar, pheasant, wild hogs. Fishing, sporting clays and lodge on beautiful, professionally managed plantation.

Valley Displaying items 1 of 1

Outdoor Recreation Site

Lake Harding is a reservoir on the Chattahoochee River that is formed by Bartlett's Ferry Dam.

Warrior Stand Displaying items 1 of 1

Museum

Interpretive Center & archaeological dig site focused on unique Federal Road and "Old Southwest" tri-cultural heritage tracing the history of a descendant community going back to pre-historic Native American presence, Creek Indian occupation and exile, large and small planters and enslaved and freed African Americans.

Waverly Displaying items 1 of 1

Boutique

Standard Deluxe specializes in T-shirts, textile printing, hand-printed posters, cards, fliers, pop-up display signage, art prints and more. Standard Deluxe also promotes and provides a venue for local musicians.

Baldwin County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Butler County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Calhoun County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Houston County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Jefferson County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Lauderdale County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Lee County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Madison County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Mobile County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Montgomery County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites across the state. Stretching from Muscle Shoals to Mobile, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.