15 Awesome Places to Visit In Alabama

Alabama is a state in US and it offers several exciting tourist destinations. There are several beautiful cities and towns in this state and one can explore a lot in this state.


I am listing down below 15 most beautiful places in the state Alabama that one can explore:

Battles Wharf:

Battles Wharf is located in Fairhope and it lies in the Alabama Gulf Coast. This place offers beautiful scenic views and one must visit this place when in Fairhope and to see the beautiful sunset view.

Botanical Garden:

Botanical Garden that is located in Huntsville is an ideal place for relaxing and getting refreshed. One can take long walks along the gardens and see the beautiful wild flowers that bloom in the garden.

Cheaha State Park:

This park is a must visit for all the nature lovers as you can see nature’s true beauty in this park. Close to the park is the Talladega National Forest which is also the highest point of Alabama.

Chewacla Falls:

The Chewacla Falls is located in the Chewacla State Park and is an ideal place for a day outing. Apart from seeing the mesmerizing waterfalls one can engage in fishing, swimming and boating.

Downtown Mobile:

The city Mobile in the Mobile County is a beautiful city to visit as it offers several museums, buildings, architectural places and several performing arts activities where one can engage in.


This is a small beautiful town located in the Northwest corner of the state. The W.C. Handy Music Festival is a time when people flock to this place. One can see these places in Florence, Ivy Green – the birth place of Helen Killer, Natchez Trace Parkway, Wilson Dam – can see on federal holidays and weekends, Fairy doors is the must visit place.

Fort Payne:

This is a beautiful building built in 1891. This has become a museum in the present day and holds several Native American artefacts.

Gulf Shores:

Gulf shores

The Gulf Shores of Alabama is well known among tourists. It offers beautiful white sand beaches along with sunsets that are breathtaking. The sand here is composed of quartz grains that have been washed down over several years from the Applachian Mountains.

Lake Martin:

This is a famous lake which was once upon a reservoir and was formed when the construction of Martin Dam occurred. This lake spans over an area of 44,000 acres and has over 750 miles of wooded shorelines.

Magic City historical structure in Birmingham:

In Shades Creek the old mill was constructed in the year 1926. By the 2000s it was broken down and after that Mike Franklin and John Parker rebuilt a new wheel which now tourists come to see.

Perdido Bay:

The beautiful Perdido Bay is located in the mouth of the Perdido River and is a coastal lagoon that consists of barrier lands and an inlet. Experience the dinner with a view of Gulf of Mexico and memorable sunrise pictures.


This is a famous bridge constructed in 1927 and in the year 1988 it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Auburn University:


Samford Hall is located in Auburn University. The clock tower is the famous part which people come to see and after 12 noon the song war eagle is played every day.

West Beach:

This is considered as the best beach in Alabama. The West Beach extends from Fort Morgan to Mobile Bay.

Gulf State Park:

If one is looking for some adventure then they should definitely visit the Gulf state park. Wild animals like alligator and deer are easily spotted here. One can engage in zip lining, kayaking and paddle boarding.

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