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The State of Alabama

Alabama is located in the Southeastern region of the U.S. and is home to a variety of landmarks and places full of history and entertainment. Montgomery is the state capital, although there are other major cities such as Mobile, Huntsville, and Birmingham, that hold interesting spots to visit.


Amazing historical information is displayed at several state locations. Alabama is well-known for significant historical events like the Battle of Mobile Bay and the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. Because of this, the state is home to numerous locations where significant occasions occurred that essentially altered the course of American history. If you are familiar with the history of the civil rights movement, you can visit to understand why the state had such a significant influence on the movement. The Selma to Montgomery March, the Birmingham Riots, the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church, and even Martin Luther King Jr.'s incarceration, to name a few, were all significant events during the Civil Rights period.

When making travel plans to Alabama, make sure to include places like Alabama Constitution Hall Historic Park & Museum, Fort Morgan State Historic Site, Hellen Keller's birthplace, and house, Confederate Memorial Park, or the Bragg-Mitchel Mansion. Each of these places holds a familiar and distinct vibe and bears a mark of significant state history.


Culture and Art

Sweet Home Alabama, as it's commonly known, holds incredible art and cultural experiences. There are a ton of art events that will blow your mind and enchant you to fall in love with the state's magic, in addition to the incredible history and architecture you will find on every corner of every town. You may appreciate the state's culture by attending art museums and film festivals, which are held annually and feature a variety of topics and styles. Don't miss the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Lyric Theater in Birmingham, or the Mobile Museum of Art.


Beyond all the cultural and historical events and places you can find in Alabama, don’t forget to visit the beaches. Dining in waterfront restaurants, snorkeling the gulf waters, and visiting the Gulf State Park Campground for camping or biking, are great ways to begin your experience at Sweet Home Alabama’s amazing waters.

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Food and Drink

Alabama also has some incredible food that will have you wanting to try every dish. World-class culinary chefs and award-winning restaurants await you across the state, inviting you to sample the amazing delights available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The food and dishes range from meat and seafood to French cuisine and unique desserts. If you enjoy beer, try one of the craft beers brewed in the state. 

Top Tourist Attractions

  • Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

The greatest collection of bikes in the world, as well as 1,000 historical and contemporary motorcycles, are on exhibit at this museum, which is a motorcyclist's paradise. The Barber Advanced Design Center is housed at The Museum together with the racing collection.

  • Battleship USS Alabama

You won't have to go far at Battleship Memorial Park in Mobile to locate heroes. The spirit of military pride is still very much alive and strong, as seen by the Battleship USS ALABAMA, the Submarine USS DRUM, and more than 25 aircraft. There are 12 decks to explore on the battleship. You can use a 12mm gun, be confined in the Brig, and many more things among them. You may even go to the bottom of the park's oldest submarine, the USS Drum, and explore within.

  • Gulf State Park

Gulf State Park's two miles of beaches greet you with plenty of white sun-kissed sand, surf, seagulls, and sea shells, but there is more than sand and surf to sink your toes into.

  • U.S Space and Rocket Center

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center, one of the largest collections of American human space flight gear in the world, is home to Space Camp, Aviation Challenge, Space Camp Robotics, U.S. Cyber Camp, and NASA's Official Visitor Information Center at Marshall Space Flight Center.



There are great options for travelers in terms of transportation from one place to another. The state is well connected inside and outside with the rest of the country by interstates.


Taking a taxi is helpful if you are located in a major city. Otherwise, other transport options such as car rental or biking in small towns are recommended. Yellow Cab Company is available in Birmingham, and Express Taxi in Montgomery. 

Trains and Buses

Public bus transportation is available in Alabama’s larger cities. It's a cheap and useful method for moving around the city. If you need to know which bus to take, you can find city maps in tourist centers and look for the bus line that takes you to your desired destination. 

If you are willing to travel outside the city, Greyhound is a long-distance company that connects the state of Alabama with each town and is an excellent way for you to travel between towns. Rates are affordable, and the ride is quick and comfortable.

Major Cities in Alabama

  • Birmingham
  • Montgomery
  • Mobile
  • Huntsville
  • Auburn