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Tuscaloosa is a historic Alabama town with an eye on the future. Home to the renowned University of Alabama, a revitalized Downtown on the banks of the Black Warrior River and more woods, water, food and fun than you’ll know what to do with, come see what Tuscaloosa is up to these days. We have a feeling you’ll be back soon too.Learn More
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Easily accessed from University Blvd., Along Queen city, is the historic suburb of Druid City. This Charming district is home to several historic homes, and neighborhoods. There are houses even dating as far back as to the 19<sup>th</sup> century.
As the state’s flagship university, The University of Alabama family has always focused on being the best. This is where legends are made.
For more than 150 years, the Alabama Museum of Natural History has celebrated Alabama's natural history and beauty through exhibitions, collections and quality programs of teaching, research, and service.
Alcove is the first smoke-free bar establishment in Tuscaloosa. Patrons can enjoy clean refreshing air inside, and smoking is permitted outside on either our front or back patio areas.
Lake Tuscaloosa was constructed in response to the rising population of Tuscaloosa, which began to consume more water than its two current reservoirs, Harris Lake and Lake Nicol, could provide.
The Bama Belle will be doing sightseeing cruises with live music Fri at 630 sat boarding at 4 pm for sunset on the black warrior and Sunday afternoon at 1.
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