Alabama Bucket List

By | July 20, 2018

Many travel lovers are always looking where to go next. So often we don’t stop and think about traveling our own state. Each state is unique and has good stuff to offer. I know my state of Alabama is rich in history and technology; from the Edmund Pettus Bridge to the US Space and Rocket Center. It also not lacking in beautiful landscapes from falls to state parks. I’ve gathered up a list of 50+ things (hopefully I didn’t duplicate any of them.)

50+ Things to do in Alabama - What's on your Alabama Bucket List?

What are your must do’s in Alabama? Did I leave anything off?

Nocculula Falls
Fort Gaines
Monte Sano State Park
Sloss Furnace
Gulf Shores
Goldie – The Fallen Robot
James D. Martin Wildlife Park
Joe Wheeler State Park
Little River Canyon National Preserve
Capitol Park
U.S. Space and Rocket Center
Natural Bridge
Dismals Canyon Conservatory
DoSoto State Park
Unclaimed Baggage Center
Toomer’s Lemonade
Old Live Oak Cemetery
FAME recording studios
Edmund Pettus Bridge
Mt. Cheaha
USS Alabama
Ave Maria Grotto
The Grave of Miss Baker
Hank Williams pilgrimage sites
Tinglewood Trail
Civil Rights Memorial
Battle House Hotel
Dead Children’s Playground
Mobile Bay Ferry
Cathedral Caverns
Toomer’s Corner
Alabama Shakespeare Festival
The Drive-Thru Museum
Jordan-Hare Stadium
F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum
Spectre Set Ruins
Moundville Archeological Park
Statue of Vulcan
Gigantic Chair of Anniston
Red Mountain Park
Ivy Green
The Oaks (Booker T. Washington’s Home)
Key Underwood Coon Dog Cemetery
Peanut Parade
Boll Weevil Monument
Oak Mountain State Park
Hank Williams’s Gravesite
Museum of Fond Memories at Reed Books
Chewacla State Park
Little Nadine Earles Doll House Grave

I’ve been to many of the things listed below and many of them I’ve been able to blog about. However, there’s quite a few that are posts in the words. So I’ll add those links as I finish.

Looking for things to do in Auburn? See my Auburn Bucket List here.

4 thoughts on “Alabama Bucket List

  1. Leslie Clingan

    Wow, so many sites to enjoy in Alabama. I have passed through your grand state many times but have never spent much time there. Next trip east from my Texas home, I need to remedy that.

    1. Lysha Post author

      Yes, yes, yes! Most definitely and if you make it over to East Alabama, be sure and hit me up for a personal tour. 😉


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