I had the extreme honor of attending the opening of the Africatown Heritage House museum and ‘Clotilda’ exhibition.
Over 400 gold records have been recorded in the studios of Muscle Shoals, AL. How could one small town in Alabama make such a mark on the music industry?
Ivy Green, the birthplace of Helen Keller in Tuscumbia, Alabama, makes for an inspiring visit. The home is now a museum.
The complex story of how nine young African Americans became an international phenomenon is told at the Scottsboro Boys Museum.
“The Shoals” is known for its musical heritage, but there’s something for everyone, including Helen Keller’s birthplace and Frank Lloyd Wright architecture.
Why go glamping in North Alabama? The answer is easy. There is fishing, boating, rockets, golf, sightseeing & many more attractions.