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Tuscaloosa Vacations

Tuscaloosa, Alabama is located along the Black Warrior River, and both the city and the river are named after Mississippian chief Tuskaloosa. Tuscaloosa has a rich history in terms of Native American culture, and it's a great place to enjoy art, culture, and a beautiful climate. With plenty of Tuscaloosa packages to choose from, book this fun getaway today.

Main Attractions

The local Tuscaloosa Farmers Market is held every Saturday on the bank of the Black Warrior River. Not only can you pick up some goodies from local vendors, you'll also enjoy the view of the water. If you'd like to take in a show, grab one of the rental cars in Tuscaloosa and head over to the infamous Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. The venue itself is stunning, offering a wonderful experience and night out. Tuscaloosa vacations can become a memorable family holiday when you take the kids to the Children's Hands-On Museum. As you'd expect, all the exhibits are touchable and interactive, allowing children's curiosity to soar. With replicas of a Japanese house, a farmers market, and Alabama's woodlands, the museum is both a fun and educational experience.

Recurring Festivals and Events

Book one of the beautiful hotels in Tuscaloosa during late March or early April to help celebrate Heritage Week. You'll enjoy historic tours, activities, lectures, and much more. Later in the year, attend the Kentuck Festival during the third weekend in October. More than 30,000 people flock to enjoy 300 booths filled with work from artists and traditional craftsmen. The Moundville Native American Festival is also in October, celebrating traditional Native American culture with performers, craftspeople, and artists. The festival takes place at Moundville Archaeological Park, and you can learn more about scientific discoveries and digs while you're there.

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