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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?
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.
Championship course with Bermuda greens. Voted one of best courses in Southeast. Golf Digest: 3 1/2 Stars award. Hooters/Jordan professional tour.
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.
City's first separate black community cemetery. Four-acre site contains more than 500 marked graves. Oldest grave dates to 1879.
696 acres. 26-acre lake, six cottages, modern campground, picnic areas, pavilions, fishing, swimming, hiking/ biking trails, playground, tennis courts. Near Auburn University; perfect for football weekends.
The Donald E. Davis Arboretum at Auburn University showcases a collection of native plants from the Southeastern U.S. and is situated on 14 acres of the university’s main campus. The Davis Arboretum, which has a strong focus on Alabama’s plants and natural habitats, celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 and boasts more than 500 species of native trees, shrubs, vines, and wildflowers. Self-guided walking tours are available. Pick up a guide map at the pavilion to take a self-guided tour.
Home to array of specialty shops, restaurants and night spots, plus Tiger Trail of Auburn and Toomer's Corner, a mid-1800s drugstore.
An early free black church, it was organized in 1870 by Thomas Glenn, a prominent area minister of the post-Civil War era. It is noted for its high degree of craftsmanship.
Hickory Dickory Park is "a unique playground experience for children," according to the Auburn Community Profile. This 12,000 square foot park located at 1399 Hickory Ln is composed of a play space, picnic area, and restrooms facilities. The park is not available for reservations for functions or parties.
"One of the best values for public golf in Alabama."
The Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of Auburn citizens by bringing quality performing arts, visual arts and art education programming and professional gallery exhibitions to the community.
Hear the history of each intercollegiate sport played at Auburn University.
One of the nation's largest college football stadiums.
Changing exhibits and collections of American and European art. 40,000-sq.-ft. building: seven exhibition galleries, gift shop, restaurant, auditorium, landscaped walking paths. Located two miles off I-85.
Walking and biking trails, two ponds, large pavilion for picnics and other events. Home to Auburn CityFest (arts & crafts festival) each April.
The Kreher Preserve & Nature Center (formerly Forest Ecology Preserve) is a nature center established as an outreach program of the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences designed to reach out to all people of every age with a strong focus on families and children.
One of the area's finest examples of antebellum Greek Revival architecture (1850s) in heart of 127-acre Kiesel Park.
Voted the No. 1 college baseball facility in the country by Baseball America. Weight room and Watson Field House, a 50-yard indoor turf facility, nearby.
Plaques in Uptown sidewalk embedded with names of athletes and coaches who brought recognition to Auburn. College St. & E. Magnolia Ave. at Toomer's Corner
Home of the recently laid to rest 'Auburn Oaks', Toomer's Corner is a Historic Landmark where thousands flock to celebrate Triumphant War Eagle Scores.