The BAMA Theatre
The Bama Theatre is a historic theatre located in downtown Tuscaloosa surrounded by restaurants with a vibrant night life. The theatre has been a Tuscaloosa feature since 1938 and continues as a venue for arts and entertainment.
The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is an outdoor amphitheater in Tuscaloosa, Alabama that is used primarily for music performances. It has a seating compacity of 7,470.
Bryant-Denny Stadium is the home stadium for The University of Alabama football team. It is the 10th largest stadium in the world with a seating compacity of 101,821.
Paul Bryant Museum
The Bryant Museum grew out of an idea of coach Paul William Bryant as a way to honor former coaches and players.
Denny Chimes, an enduring symbol of Alabama's first university, was erected in 1929 to honor President George H. Denny, under whose leadership The University of Alabama gained national prominence.
Historic Governor's Mansion
This masterfully perfected home of beauty and quality was built in 1834-35 while the State Capitol was in Tuscaloosa. Gov. Arthur Pendleton Bagby bought the mansion March 10, 1838. The capitol was moved to Montgomery, so Gov. Bagby was the only Governor to live in this mansion.
The Children's Hands on Museum
The Children's Hands-On Museum of Tuscaloosa! CHOM, where children explore, create and discover every time they visit. When we say "hands-on" we really mean it. Learning through play is what our exhibits are all about, and you are encouraged to touch, feel and play in our exhibits.
The Mercedes Tuscaloosa Plant
Tuscaloosa County Alabama produces the Mercedes-Benz M-class, R-class and GL-class SUVs. Mercedes-Benz U.S. International (MBUSI) started with a clean "sheet of paper" in terms of vehicle concept, in the way it would produce the M-class, R-class and C-class automobile.
Midtown Village, a premier destination for visitors and a gathering place for the community since 2007. Simply stated, Midtown Village is the hub of Tuscaloosa, where everything comes together.
Black Warrior River Walk
The beautiful, woodsy paths along the Black Warrior River has become a popular spot for folks enjoying the outdoors, particularly runners. A wide, two-lane track runs through trees, over water and across wooden bridges.
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