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Alabama Road Trips | Alabama Travel https://alabama.travel/road-trips • Alabama Road Trips Alabama road trips are fun, engaging, and memorable, suiting every taste for adventure! The most popular Alabama road trips take you through Alabama history, let you sample tons of food and drink, or show you Alabama art and culture. Take a road trip that hits famous sports com... Alabama Road Trips https://alabama.travel/apps/100-dishes-app • Get your FREE Guide. Everything Alabama has to offer - all in one easy place! Order Now View Online Road Trip No.78 A Centennial Road Trip along the Bankhead... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/a-centennial-road-trip-along-the-bankhead-highway • Mention the name Bankhead and many would undoubtedly think of Tallulah Bankhead of Hollywood and Broadway fame. But before the screen and stage star was born in Huntsville, Alabama in 1902, her grandfather John Hollis Bankhead of Jasper was making a name for himself. He was a Confederate war hero... Road Trip No.26 A Bicentennial Road Trip: Fort Mims to Ho... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/a-bicentennial-road-trip-from-fort-mims-to-horseshoe-bend • For nearly a century, prior to the start of the War of 1812, whites and Creeks had lived side by side with good trade relations, intermarriage, and reliable treaties. There was almost full cooperation between the two groups, but this would soon change. In the fall of 1811, believing that whites w... Road Trip No.75 Road Tripping with the Kids in Alabama’s ... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/road-tripping-with-the-kids-in-alabamas-capital-city • When it comes to spring break and summer vacation, kids are always up for an adventure. And what better place to give them some adventure than in Alabama’s capital city. From the Alabama Cattlemen’s MOOseum and the Museum of Alabama to the Rosa Parks Museum and the Planetarium, Montgomery offers ... Road Trip No.56 Crave the Coast: A Gulf-Side Trip for Foo... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/crave-the-coast-a-gulf-side-trip-for-food-lovers • Next time you visit the pristine beaches of Alabama’s beautiful Gulf Coast, up the culinary ante with the delicious destinations and dishes the area has to offer. Local chefs are turning up the heat on coastal dining, combining original flair with the region’s rich seafood traditions. In restaura... Road Trip No.10 Monroeville: The "To Kill a Mockingbird" ... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/monroeville-the-to-kill-a-mockingbird-experience • In early 2015 author Nelle Harper Lee agreed to publish the recently rediscovered novel Go Set a Watchman, a novel she completed in 1957 but did not publish, instead reworking it into To Kill a Mockingbird. One day, a package from her New York publisher arrived at her Monroeville assisted-living ... Road Trip No.31 Commemorating Birmingham ’63 in the Alaba... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/commemorating-birmingham-63-in-the-alabama-civil-rights-district • You may have read in history books about how Birmingham police used menacing dogs and fire hoses on civil rights marchers a half-century ago, and that racists bombed an African-American church, killing four little girls. You may have also heard of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, a world-cl... Road Trip No.33 Tuscaloosa and Northport: A Feast of Art ... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/tuscaloosa-and-northport-a-feast-of-art-and-food • In this football-crazed town, the official colors are crimson and white with a splash of Bear Bryant houndstooth. A passerby is as likely to greet you with a hearty “Roll Tide” as a mere “hello.” You’ll find that this head of steam for the team roars at fever pitch – enthusiastically so – no matt... Road Trip No.6 Birmingham: Taking it to the Streets, Down... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/birmingham-taking-it-to-the-streets-downtown • Get ready to travel to Birmingham, Alabama's largest city, for a stroll through historic downtown. On this walking tour, you will go to the place where hot peanuts have been sold for more than 100 years and stroll through shops filled with memories. You will also visit important civil rights site... Road Trip No.24 Rocking and Rolling on the Mountains: A D... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/driving-tour-through-steele-ashville-and-springville • Get off the stretch of interstate that lies between Birmingham and Gadsden for a wonderful road trip where you will find beautiful mountains, historic towns and one of the best bouldering sites in America as well as attractions, shops and restaurants operated by local townspeople. The Schultz fam... Road Trip No.68 Over the Railroad and Through the Woods: ... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/historic-christmas-east-alabama • Christmastime in Alabama is truly an enjoyable experience, with many cities hosting parades, plays, garden tours and other special events throughout the holiday season. This is certainly true for the Auburn-Opelika area. Every year during the second week of December, Opelika turns into a charming... Road Trip No.30 Marion and Greensboro: Interesting People... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/marion-and-greensboro-interesting-people-places-and-food • Alabama’s Black Belt region, so named because of its rich black soil, cuts a swath across the state that encompasses 22 counties, including Hale and Perry. Greensboro the county seat of Hale County, boasts several National Historic Register sites, including a house museum honoring a hero of the S... Road Trip No.1 Tuscaloosa to Auburn: Football Championshi... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/tuscaloosa-auburn-bcs-championship-tour • The University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn Tigers are cross-state rivals in football, but together they have won multiple SEC and national football championship titles. Players from the schools have won four Heisman Trophies since 2009, including the first back-to-back trophies awarded... Road Trip No.34 Irondale, Hanceville & Cullman: A Pilgrim... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/irondale-hanceville-cullman-a-pilgrimage-for-the-soul • One cloistered nun – a determined soul who acted on miracles – paved the way for the spiritual journey you can experience today in Alabama, starting with the Eternal Word Television Network in Irondale and continuing north to The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in the rolling countryside out... Road Trip No.14 Tuscaloosa to Eutaw: Antiques and Antebel... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/tuscaloosa-to-eutaw-antiques-and-antebellum-mansions • With gracious antebellum mansions, wonderful art galleries, scenic waterways, landmark universities, a haunted bridge and a treasure trove of antique shops, West Alabama offers the perfect road trip for lovers of antiquity, art and culture. See Historic Tuscaloosa Start your adventure in Tuscaloo... Road Trip No.47 Blount County: The Covered Bridge Capital... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/blount-county-the-covered-bridge-capital-of-alabama • Walking into the cool shade of a covered bridge, you can almost hear the clip-clop of horses’ hooves and the whispers of stolen kisses. The sheltered bridge hid the rushing water from the horse and the courting couple from the eyes of the world. Notice how the entrance resembles a barn – all the ... Road Trip No.69 Metal & Might: Discover Alabama’s Iron & ... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/discover-alabamas-iron-steel-heritage • Pondering Alabama’s rich history often leads to thoughts of the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement or our literary legacy. But there’s another topic that deserves prime placement on that list: the founding and growth of the state’s iron and steel industries. Metal made Birmingham, Alabama’s big... Road Trip No.42 Lineville & Ashland: From Alabama’s Highe... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/lineville-ashland-from-alabama-s-highest-point-to-its-hills-of-gold • Years before the California gold rush, prospectors were working their claims in Alabama. The peak of the Alabama gold rush was 1836. Several towns quickly grew, including Goldville, which reached a population of 5,000 at the height of the rush. On this road trip, you will start on a mountaintop a... Road Trip No.13 Eufaula: Picture Perfect and Pilgrimage R... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/eufaula-picture-perfect-and-pilgrimage-ready • If you’re looking for the warmest hospitality and a unique collection of Italianate architecture, head to Eufaula. The southeastern Alabama town on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River is one of the most picturesque and historic in the South. It’s no wonder that Eufaula boasts the state’s old... Road Trip No.58 Coasting Through History: Forts, Fisherme... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/coasting-through-history-forts-fishermen-legends-and-adventure-along-alabama-s-gulf-coast • The recorded story of the state begins on the Gulf Coast, where Alonso de Pineda sailed into Mobile Bay in 1519, more than 20 years before Hernando de Soto entered what is now Alabama. Today, you can tour the forts that defended Mobile and walk beaches trod by swashbucklers and explorers. You can... Road Trip No.29 Famous Alabamians Hometown Heroes Road Trip https://alabama.travel/road-trips/famous-alabamians-hometown-heroes-road-trip • Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., Hank Williams Sr. and George Washington Carver – these names rank among the most notable people in America. This Famous Alabamians Hometown Heroes Road Trip will take you to towns and museums in South Alabama associated with these legendary figures as well as o... Road Trip No.25 Alabama’s Coastal Connection National Sce... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/alabamas-coastal-connection-national-scenic-byway • Beautiful beaches, authentic downtowns, wildlife preserves, historic sites and the freshest of seafood are all yours to enjoy on Alabama’s Coastal Connection, a nationally designated scenic byway. Alabama’s southern tip is one of those places where even first-time visitors will find a place to be... Road Trip No.76 Andalusia: Where Art, History and Culture... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/andalusia-where-art-history-and-culture-abound • Whether big or small, almost every town has its claim to fame, and Andalusia, Alabama is no exception. Located in south-central Alabama in Covington County, this town of 9,000-plus is home to the World Championship Domino Tournament, lots of rich local history, engaging museums, and more. Rattle ... Road Trip No.38 Wonder Falls & More: Gadsden, Attalla and... https://alabama.travel/road-trips/wonder-falls-more-gadsden-attalla-and-beyond • Take two days to explore the stunning scenic splendor of northeastern Alabama with visits to waterfalls in Gadsden and Fort Payne and the federally protected magnificence of Little River Canyon. There are also opportunities for antiques shopping, taking a walk on the wild side and enjoying a tast...