DIGITAL ALABAMA GUIDE TO FREE THINGS TO DO IN ALABAMA

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Free-Things-To-Do-in-Alabama

DIGITAL ALABAMA GUIDE TO FREE THINGS TO DO IN ALABAMA

 

Tour the Alabama State Capitol

Enjoy a guided tour of the capitol building in Montgomery Alabama. Open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Closed on all state holidays.

Alabama Artists Gallery

An ongoing showcase of the work of Alabama artists.

American Sport Art Museum & Archives

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve

Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception

Oakleigh Garden Historic District

Shoals Gold Record Room

 

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Free Things To Do in Alabama

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Alabama Artists Gallery: 32.379122, -86.305818
Alabama State Capitol: 32.377738, -86.300262
Bald Rock: 33.495386, -85.808296
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Alabama Artists Gallery
201 Monroe Street, Montgomery, AL, United States
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Alabama State Capitol
600 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama, United States
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Bald Rock

From I-20, east of Anniston, take exit 191 and merge onto US 431 S. Follow US 431 for 3.8 miles and turn right onto CR 131. In .6 mile, turn left onto AL 281 S, the Skyway Motorway, also known as the Talladega Scenic Byway. Follow AL 281 for 12.5 miles and turn right into Cheaha State Park and onto Bunker Loop. In 1.1 miles Balk Rock Lodge will be on the right and immediately afterward, the parking lot for the Bald Rock/Doug Ghee Boardwalk and Trail.

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