Alabama Music Hall of Fame, 617 U.S. Highway 72 West, Tuscumbia, AL 35674. The outstanding achievements and the music of Alabamians are presented in this state museum. “Father of […]
Nested near a bountiful big spring in the beautiful foothills of the Appalachian Mountains you’ll find Tuscumbia, Alabama. The French first settled the area near the Tennessee River in the 1700’s only to have their town destroyed in 1786. The Chickasaw Indians moved here next building their town near the spring. They were soon followed by the Michael Dickson Family circa 1815. Tuscumbia along the Natchez Trace Parkway is growing today with the restoration of many of its old downtown historic buildings.
1440 Highway 20, Tuscumbia (256) 389-9005 Open 24 hours, daily A real taste of the south, Jody’s Restaurant offers a full menu, which includes a signature southern breakfast and catfish.
1292 Mount Mills Road, Tuscumbia (256) 370-7218 or (256) 370-7220 Thurs. – Sat. 11 am to 10 pm. (Closed Dec. & Jan.) Uniquely Ours, the Rattlesnake Saloon inside Seven Springs […]
1 Spring Park Rd., Tuscumbia, AL 35674. This show offers a spectacular display of dancing waters, with 51 flumes propelling water 150 feet into the air; choreographed to the music […]
8225 U.S. Highway 72 West, Cherokee (256) 359-4080 Mon.- Thurs. 5:30 am to 8 pm; Fri. – Sat.; 5:30 am to 9 pm. Get a taste of the ol’ days […]
1 Spring Park Rd., Tuscumbia, AL 35674. The park provides the perfect atmosphere to enjoy a family picnic with playground and children’s amusements, including a train, carousel, roller coaster, […]
101W 6th St Tuscumbia (256)381-2525 Mon. – Thurs. 7am-8pm; Fri.–Sat. 9am – 9pm; Sun 1pm – 5pm Get a grilled cheese or a chicken salad croissant, add a pastry and […]
Helen Keller Home, 300 North Commons, W., Tuscumbia, AL 35674The dramatic life and times of Helen Keller are preserved at her birthplace and childhood home, Ivy Green. Built in 1820, […]