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Second Home of the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio for over 25 years
Music Museum open for tours with numerous pieces of musical memorabilia from the personal collection of celebrated songwriter and musician, Earl "Peanutt" Montgomery.
The Shoals' largest selection of consigned; upscale ladies', men's, and children's clothing, jewlery, accessories, formal gowns, wedding gowns, household items and furniture.
200+ yr.-old tree under which Gen. Jackson camped. Certified by State as "Living Witness to the Signing of the U.S. Constitution."
Large concentration of Victorian and Arts and Crafts homes. Guided summer walking tours. Tours begins on the corner of Montgomery Ave. and 6th Ave. in front of the Sheffield Municipal Building.
Special playground built for every child. Ramps and smooth rubber surface provide access for wheelchairs, walkers and crutches.
A recording studio founded by the Swampers - Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson and Barry Beckett. The studio was a hit maker for numerous top artists including The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bob Dylan. It is now a vibrant studio once again with tours and recording artists.
Pedestrian bridge offers a beautiful view of the Tennessee River on Pickwick Lake. Dated 1839, began as a toll bridge for trains, wagons, livestock.
30,175 acres of water along Tennessee River. Excellent fishery for small- and largemouth bass, crappie, spotted bass, striped bass, sauger, bluegill, freshwater drum, channel catfish.
1929 silent movie house. Restored 1985, retaining original 1930s art deco style. Performing arts center provides community theater, summer stock, concerts, seminars, receptions and more.
One mile of inviting shoreline on Pickwick Lake. Picnicking, walking trails, water splash pad, playground, boat launch, two fishing piers and docking facilities.
85 bungalows of stucco exterior and red tile roofs (cir. 1918). Built by U.S. government as employee housing for nearby WWI Nitrate Plant.
444-acre wooded park. Home to many species of wildflowers and plants, it is a bird sanctuary. Walking trails go all the way to the river. Vietnam Memorial on-site.