Tuscumbia Trolley

Back in 1815, General Andrew Jackson and his troops followed the Military Road as they crossed the Tennessee River. This crossing site, which is still called Jackson Hollow today, would become the deciding spot to establish a town – that town being Sheffield, Alabama.

Sheffield features three historic districts with antebellum and Victorian-era buildings. The rich music heritage goes back to the 1950’s when new fad Rock n’ Roll music began to sweep the nation and the roots of Jazz were being established as an American tradition. Many top songwriters and performers cut vinyl at Jackson Highway Studio and Muscle Shoals Sound Studio. You’ll love exploring of rich history of Tuscumbia along the Natchez Trace Parkway!

Colbert County Tourism


Coldwater Café – Sheffield, AL

3810 Hatch Blvd., Sheffield (256) 381-9633 Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 10:30am to 3pm; Thurs. 10:30am to 7pm. Closed Saturday & Sunday. Full menu with everything from Grilled Chicken Salad […]

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Chuck E Cheese’s – Sheffield, AL

4700 Hatch Blvd., Sheffield (256) 383-3836 Sun. – Thurs. 10am to 9pm; Fri. & Sat. 10am to 10pm. Traveling with children? What better way to spend an afternoon than in […]

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Outback Steakhouse – Sheffield, AL

4838 Hatch Blvd., Sheffield (256) 383-0046 Mon. – Thurs. 4pm to 10:30pm; Fri. 4pm to 11:30pm; Sat. 3:30pm to 11:30pm; Sun. 3:30pm to 10pm Casual dining with something on the […]

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George’s Steak Pit – Sheffield, AL

1206 Jackson Highway,Sheffield (256) 381-1531 Tues. – Sat. 4:30pm to 10:30pm. Closed Sun. & Mon. www.georgessteakpit.com Truly, one of the best fine dining establishments in the Shoals, George’s offers a […]

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Cajun’s Seafood – Sheffield, AL

STEAK / SEAFOOD / FINE DINING 4319 Jackson Highway, Sheffield (256) 381-1573 Wed. – Fri. 3pm to 11pm; Sat. Noon to 11pm. Closed Sun, Mon & Tues. One of the […]

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