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Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Battle-Friedman House

    1835 Greek Revival mansion built as townhouse by Alfred Battle, wealthy planter/businessman. Later owned by Bernard Friedman, Hungarian immigrant. Restored, beautifully furnished as city cultural cent...
    Battle-Friedman House
  • Gorgas House

    Built 1829; oldest building on campus. Occupied by Gorgas family members 1879-1953. One of 4 buildings to survive Civil War. Now a house museum with 19th-century furnishings....
    Gorgas House

Attractions and Upcoming Events


Moundville Archaeological Park

26 large prehistoric platform mounds in 320

Tuscaloosa, AL Archaeology

Alabama Museum of Natural History

Visit historic Smith Hall. View Grand Exhibition Hall built at turn of century:

Tuscaloosa, AL Museums

The Children's Hands-On Museum of Tuscaloosa

Great for families, providing fun, educational experiences through hands-on exhibits, in-depth programs and special events. Planetarium, Choctaw Indian Village, TV studio, bank, general store, print shop. Also Children'

Tuscaloosa, AL Museums


Things to do near Tuscaloosa, AL

Mountain View Golf Course -Red/White

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 3 days...

Isabel Anderson Comer Museum & Arts Center

Fine permanent art collection, Indian artifacts, other archaeological finds. Sylacauga History Room, Pioneer Room, Civil War ...

The Kissing Bridge

Built by black stone masons in early textile days. Teens of 1941 gave bridge its name because girls lined up on it, waiting f...

Backstreet Opry

Saturday night music shows with as many as 25 different entertainers, professional and amateur. Country, gospel, blues, comed...