University Mall has been West Alabama's IN place to shop for more than 30 years! With a unique selection of fashions, gifts and more, find the largest collection of your favorite stores all under one roof. Conveniently located in Tuscaloosa, AL at the corner of McFarland Blvd. & Veterans Memorial Pkwy.
Right on the banks of the beautiful Black Warrior River, The Tuscasloosa River Market is available for rentals. Every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 12 noon we host the Tuscaloosa Farmers' Market.
The Gateway at Alberta is a central hub designed to connect the city to the latest technology. As the starting point for Tuscaloosa’s City Walk (completion date 2018), this unique building is a treasure trove of technology and a wellspring of limitless content and opportunity.
Theatre Tuscaloosa, one of the largest community theatres in the state, works in partnership with Shelton State Community College to provide quality theatrical experiences to the citizens of West Alabama through performances, workshops and classroom instruction. By combining the talent and resources of the non-profit theatre company with the facilities and administrative support of “Alabama’s Community College of the Fine Arts,” Theatre Tuscaloosa and Shelton State Community College have created a partnership model that has enriched the lives of countless of Alabamians.
This raised Creole cottage in the Greek Revival style was built by Moses McGuire, Tuscaloosa’s first probate judge. The McGuire-Strickland home is most famous for its wood frame structure which is believed to be the oldest wooden structure in Tuscaloosa. The hand work shows early Alabama workmanship with locally cut and prepared pine of which some pieces predate the Revolutionary War.
The Lookout is a bar unlike any other in Tuscaloosa, AL. It stands as the only rooftop bar in the city, with indoor and outdoor seating, overlooking the majestic Black Warrior River.
The Sarah Moody Gallery of Art at The University of Alabama presents a year-round schedule of changing exhibitions devoted to contemporary arts, including works from the Permanent Collection.