Upcoming Events for Alabama
Millbrook, Last Weekend for Blackberry and Blueberry Picking (6/28 - 6/29): More than three acres of thornless blackberries and blueberries to pick from with other produce from a variety of fruit trees and outdoor hydroponic vegetable garden for sale.
Thomasville, Flying Bricks Musicians Concert (6/29): The Flying Bricks will be in performance during Thomasville, Alabama's Hometown Celebration, and we're THE event to be at just before the fireworks!!!
Thomasville, Anthony Madison Football Clinic (6/29): -Two time Superbowl player Anthony Madison and friends will teach football preparation, workouts, positions and more for youths ages 8-18.
Birmingham, A Place of Our Own: Birminghams Fourth Avenue District (4/12 - 9/30): A PLACE OF OUR OWN: The Fourth Avenue District, Civil Rights, and the Rise of Birmingham's Black Middle Class Birmingham was founded in 1871, at a time when black and white businesses existed side by
Evergreen, Evergreen Sausage Festival (10/19): 11th Annual Handmade Arts & Crafts Festival with local and regional live music and entertainment all day, plus delicious food!
Delta, Camp Wigout Music and Arts Festival (8/9 - 8/11): A fun, safe place for beautiful, loving people to come together and WIGOUT to some fantastic music by some fantastically beautiful musicians!
Mentone, JulyFest Art and Music Festival (7/6 - 7/7): Join us on Lookout Mountain on July 6 & 7 for the annual JulyFest Arts and Crafts Show in Mentone, Alabama.
Pinson, Alabama Butterbean Festival (10/4 - 10/5): This two day outdoor festival kicks off with 4 hours of music on two stages, with a fireworks show at 9pm.
Livingston, Boyd Day (6/22): -Featuring live music, a DJ, food, craft vendors and softball games.
Birmingham, AMA Triumph Superbike Classic (6/21 - 6/23): Features competition in four divisions- the AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike, AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com and AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series.
Dothan, 64th Annual Press Thornton Future Masters (6/22 - 6/29): Dothan Country ClubA showcase of some of golf's brightest junior stars that offer the spirit of competition, friendship, sportsmanship and the challenge of preserving 63 years of growing golf.
Birmingham, Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit (5/29 - 5/29): This is an extraordinary diorama display honoring Alabama’s famed Tuskegee Airmen.
Decatur, Spirit of America Festival (7/3 - 7/4): Area's largest free patriotic festival featuring children's activities, live music, Miss Point Mallard Pageant and large fireworks display.
Birmingham, Flight of the Butterflies - IMAX (5/29 - 8/30): The monarch butterfly is a true marvel of nature. Weighing less than a penny, it makes one of the longest migrations on Earth across a continent to a place it has never known.
Birmingham, Dino Discovery at the Birmingham Zoo (5/29 - 7/21): Journey through time to a pre-historic land, Dino Discovery, at the Birmingham Zoo. Go on an expedition down a trail filled with 15 life-sized, animatronic dinosaurs, some at heights of almost 20 feet
Fayette, Permanent Collection (1/1 - 12/31): The Fayette Art Museum put Fayette (pop. 5,000) on the tourist map when in 1999 National Geographic flagged the museum as a regional attraction.
Florence, Club Percussion (1/1 - 12/31): Children can learn about the amazing music history of the Shoals area.
Tuscaloosa, Japan House (1/1 - 12/31): Visit a replica of a traditional Japanese home.
Birmingham, African Art (1/1 - 12/31): The African collection at the Birmingham Museum of Art consists of about 1,600 objects.
Anniston, American West (1/1 - 12/31): Journey through the history of the exploration and colonization of the American west.
Anniston, Environments of Africa (1/1 - 12/31): This open-air exhibit hall explores the concept that every animal plays an important role in maintaining the stability of the Earth by adding to or taking from the environment only what it needs to su
Tuscaloosa, Geology Rocks (1/1 - 12/31): Rocks and Minerals From Around The World.
Birmingham, Permanent Collection (1/1 - 12/31): This art-deco museum honors great jazz artists with ties to the state of Alabama.
Birmingham, Alabama Dinosaurs : In the entire United States, Alabama is the best place east of the Mississippi River to find the remains of dinosaurs.
Gadsden, Imagination Place : A visit to Imagination Place Children’s Museum always adds spark to the imagination!
Florence, From Blueprint to Building : Children can discover how to plan, design, and build a house in this exhibit highlighting the architecture of the Shoals area.
Huntsville, Visit the Weeden House Museum : Birthplace of Maria Howard Weeden (1846–1905), noted artist and poet. Federal period domestic architecture with curved stairway and central hall. Period furniture featured.
Opelika, Visit the Museum of East Alabama : Regional museum of approximately 4000 artifacts form fascinating glimpse into east Alabama life over last century. Noteworthy collection includes Camp Opelika (WWII POW camp) memorabilia, Roanoke doll
Florence, Visit the Pope’s Tavern Museum : One-time stagecoach stop, tavern and inn used as hospital by Confederate and Union forces during Civil War. Upstairs museum houses extensive collection of Civil War artifacts. Lower floor furnished wi
Anniston, Visit the Anniston Museum of Natural History : Displays include dinosaurs and fossils, mammals in open dioramas, 400-species bird collection, 2 authentic Egyptian mummies, walk-through replica of Alabama cave, children’s discovery room, nature tra
Tuscaloosa, Visit the Alabama Museum of Natural History : Visit historic Smith Hall. View Grand Exhibition Hall built at turn of century: displays of fossils, rocks, minerals from Age of Dinosaurs, Ice and Coal Ages. See only meteorite known to have struck a
Fayette, Tour the Fayette Art Museum (1/1 - 12/31): Group tours welcomed with prior arrangements. Permanent collection of 3700 pieces. Full gallery devoted to each of the following folk artists: Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Sybil Gibson, Benjamin Perkins. Other
Monroeville, Visit the Old Courthouse Museum (1/1 - 12/31): Courtroom used as model for famous trial scene in "To Kill a Mockingbird," movie based on Pulitzer Prize-winning novel written by Monroeville native Nelle Harper Lee. Annual spring performance of "To
Birmingham, Visit the Vulcan Park and Museum (1/1 - 12/31): Vulcan Park is home to the world’s largest cast iron statue and features spectacular panoramic views of Birmingham and opportunity to hear the stories of Birmingham’s past, present and promise for the
Mobile, Visit the Mobile Museum of Art (1/1 - 12/31): Beautiful, newly expanded art museum in Langan Park features permanent collection of fine arts and crafts covering 2000 years of cultural history, blockbuster and traveling exhibitions, theater and in
Montgomery, Visit the Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum (1/1 - 12/31): Scott and Zelda lived here from 1931 to 1932. Bottom right apartment is where museum is located, although Fitzgeralds rented entire house. Only museum dedicated to either of them.
Stevenson, Visit the Stevenson Railroad Depot Museum (1/1 - 12/31): In 1861, Stevenson was a vital rail link to major points throughout the Southeast. Union General Rosecran's forces constructed a pontoon bridge across the Tennessee River at Stevenson in 1863, allowin
Anniston, Visit the Berman Museum of World History (1/1 - 12/31): American West, world wars, Napoleon, Jefferson Davis, Hitler objects. Swords (including one with 1,295 diamonds), sacred and secular Asian art, 19th-century European sculptures.
Mobile, Tour the The History Museum of Mobile (1/1 - 12/31): Innovative exhibits come alive in this National Historic Landmark. Explore Mobile as the first Americans saw it. Relive the journey of African-Americans. Sense the revelry of Mardi Gras. Get your hand
Montgomery, Visit the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts (1/1 - 12/31): Permanent collection includes examples of 19th- and 20th-century American paintings and sculpture, Southern regional art, Old Master prints and decorative arts. Also home to ARTWORKS, a participatory
Montevallo, Visit the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum (1/1 - 12/31): North American wildlife in realistic settings. Three-sided viewing offers an up-close and personal experience. Touch and feel a variety of displays.
Birmingham, Tour the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame Museum (1/1 - 12/31): Original memorabilia from 200+ inductees, including Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant, boxer Joe Louis, track and field greats Jesse Owens and Carl Lewis. 2 Heisman trophies, 3 World Series trophies, awards.
Mobile, Visit the Richards-DAR House Museum (1/1 - 12/31): One of Mobile's finest examples of the Italianate style. Famous for its cast-iron facade depicting the four seasons.
Florence, Tour the Indian Mound and Museum (1/1 - 12/31): Located near the banks of the Tennessee River, the Florence Indian Mound is the Tennessee Valley's largest domiciliary mound. It is a typical example of the work of the early Native Americans who liv
Montevallo, Rosa Parks Museum (1/1 - 12/31): The Museum is a major landmark in the revitalization of downtown Montgomery constructed on the site of the old Empire Theatre where Mrs. Parks made her courageous and historic stand in 1955.
Birmingham, Barber Motorsports Park and Museum : Welcome to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, home to the world’s best motorcycle collection. We are dedicated to the presentation, interpretation, exhibition and history of motorcycles, vintage vehicles and motorsports.