Explore the nature, culture, and history of the city located in western Alabama.
Lake Lurleen State Park
Enjoy your relaxation and recreation time with family in this state park situated on the banks of Lake Lurleen.
The picturesque views of the lake and greenery are going to delight you while hiking through trails. You can also enjoy fishing, camping, boat-paddling, and swimming in the lake.
Although constructed to supply water to Tuscaloosa city, Lake Tuscaloosa is also a recreational destination as it includes boating, swimming, and fishing.
This small, man-made lake with plenty of cliffs is a popular place that offers peaceful and calm surroundings while hiking. You can also enjoy kayaking and paddle-boarding on the lake.
Tuscaloosa River Walk
Stretched along 4.5 miles on the southern bank of Black Warrior River, Tuscaloosa River Walk is an excellent walking trail that provides access to various park areas, lakes, and playgrounds.
Moundville Archaeological Park
This Mississippian culture archaeological site is a historic place near Tuscaloosa. The National Geographic has named it “The Big Apple of the 14th Century”.
Capitol Park is a fantastic park with historic stone ruins of the Capitol of Alabama. The big and open green lawns and trees make it a nice picnic spot.
Palmore Park is a suburban recreational park that offers a 18-hole disc golf course, skate-park, 0.5-mile trail, and kids’ splash pad.
Snow Hinton Park
This 2.3-mile park with rent-able picnic pavilions, walking trails, and a giant jungle gym for older kids has become a popular picnic spot for residents and tourists.
Hurricane Creek Park
This is a wonderful park with scenic trails. You can explore the native plants and aquatic wildlife or enjoy boating and swimming down the creek. You can enjoy the tranquil moments in nature’s company.
Visit this historic theater in Tuscaloosa that serves as the city’s performing arts center. Great set designs and excellent atmosphere make it worth visiting.
Visit this beautiful amphitheater situated on the banks of the Black Warrior River. The seating capacity of the theater is 7470.
Alabama Museum of Natural History
Visit this oldest museum in the state that displays the natural diversity of Alabama from the Dinosaurs’ age to the Coal Age and Ice Age.
Paul W. Bryant Museum
Football-lovers would like to visit this sports museum that was founded in 1985. This museum houses the history of Alabama football with an emphasis on the famous football coach Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant.
Jemison-Van De Graaff Mansion
Visit this Italianate-style mansion in Tuscaloosa that serves as a historic house museum.
Battle-Friedman House & Garden
This is another historical attraction in Tuscaloosa that was built in 1835 by Alfred Battle and his wife. It features boxed columns and an antebellum garden.
Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center
Are you one of the Mercedes car lovers? Then you must visit this center to know the history of the world-famous automobile manufacturer. It features displays of vintage cars.
Bryant Denny Stadium
Visit this amazing home stadium of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team. The seating capacity is 101,821.