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1930 McFarland Blvd, Northport, AL, US, 35476

  • Phone: (205) 330-0345
  • Fax: (205) 330-0345
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Attractions

»Bama Belle Riverboat

This riverboat is a fantastic replica of the paddlewheel riverboats which traveled through the Black Warrior River in the early 1900's. The boat is open for sightseeing, dinner cruises and private parties.

1 Greensboro Avenue
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401

»Tuscaloosa Public Library

The Tuscaloosa Public Library has an extensive collection of books as well as modern computer systems for specialized fields like genealogy. Its facilities are technically advanced, yet it conducts traditional events such as puppet shows and family story sessions.

1801 Jack Warner Parkway Northeast
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

»Downtown Tuscaloosa

The best place to get a taste of Tuscaloosa, be it food, shopping or sightseeing, is undoubtedly the Downtown area. One of the busiest parts of the fifth largest city in Alabama, Downtown is where you'll find a number of museums like the Children's Hands-on Museum, Murphy American Museum (history of the American cotton-industry) and the Paul Bryant Museum. Visit Cafe Venice or the Depalma's and try some Italian cooking. Your trip to downtown wouldn't be complete without walking around the university and exhausting all the shopping possibilities found here.

2213 University Boulevard
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

»Old Tavern Museum, The

This original inn and stagecoach stop features authentic antique furnishings from the Capital Period.

500 Twenty-Eighth Avenue
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35403

»Gorgas House

Built in 1829, the Gorgas House was the first structure to be built on the University of Alabama campus and stands as an excellent example of Low Country architecture. The Gorgas House is one of only four buildings on campus to survive the Civil War and the only one designed by renowned architect William Nichols.

Capstone Drive, Box 870340
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487

»Battle-Friedman House

Furnished with antiques dating from the early 1800s, it is a museum and cultural center. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is an example of the many 19th century restored structures in Tuscaloosa and West Alabama.

1010 Greensboro Avenue, P.O. Box 1665
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35403

»Jemison-Van De Graaff Mansion

This 1863 antebellum mansion is one of finest remaining examples of Italianate architecture in South. Home of Tuscaloosa Convention and Visitors Bureau.

1305 Greensboro Avenue
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401

»University of Alabama

This public university was founded in 1831 and is one of the oldest and largest of its kind in the state of Alabama. 

801 University Boulevard
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

»Druid City Brewing Company

Head to the taproom at Druid City Brewing Company and sample brews such as India Pale Ale with tropical fruit flavors and Belgian Wheat with notes of citrus. The bar has light yellow walls and a blackboard with quirky sketches explaining the brewing process.

607 14th Street
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

»Snow Hinton Park

The Snow Hinton Park is a charming garden with well-manicured green lawns and typical trees of the temperate region. It has pathways for enjoying a stroll, two pavilions for resting and a playground to practice sports.

10th Avenue East
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405

»Holt Lake

This 3,200 acre lake is known for the bald eagles that visit in the Winter. There are also facilities for aters, swimmers, hikers, sighteers and picnics.

Highway 82
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35405

»University of Alabama Arboretum

The University of Alabama Arboretum is worth a visit for both nature lovers and botany enthusiasts. Head to the wildflower garden that houses 250 flowering plant varieties, walk through hickory, pine and oak forests, tread through bogs and see cacti and orchids at the greenhouse.

4800 Arboretum Way
Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
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