Tuscaloosa Joins Alabama’s All-in-One Ticket
The Tuscaloosa area is the newest addition to Alabama’s All-in-One Ticket program. This new program delivers multi-day passes to some of the best experiences in each given city or region, offering the convenience of a digital ticket while saving money on your next adventure.
Tuscaloosa is featuring a three-day multi-attraction pass that opens doors at four of the best museums in town and all of the adventures of a nearby state park. Discover what each of these family attractions hold for your visit to T-Town!
Travel through eras of time in this fossil and specimen-rich venue. The many wonderful exhibits provide explorative learning opportunities for the curious and adventurous. Learn all about what Alabama looked like with each passing age and view natural wonders, like the Hodges Meteorite. If your timing is right, be sure to join one of the museum’s fossil expeditions for a small extra fee.
The oldest building located on The University of Alabama’s campus, the Gorgas House is one of only four buildings to survive the destruction of campus during the Civil War. Built in 1829, the Gorgas House has served many purposes in its nearly 200 years. Learn more about the family it’s named for through the 19th century artifacts held here.
Enjoy the outdoors at this 1,625-acre state park that offers nearly every type of fun to be had outside. Hike, bike, fish, swim and paddle your way around Lake Lurleen. Equipment is available for rent, and if you’re looking for the stars, enjoy one of the 91 campsites for excellent sky views and relaxation.
If you’ve visited the natural history museum, you’ve already met the animals of Alabama. Now move forward to when the area was first inhabited by people. One of the most significant Native American heritage sites in the U.S. Moundville Archaeological Park has a museum and trails to show you how this regions native peoples built a thriving city.
No trip to Tuscaloosa is complete without paying homage to arguably the greatest coach in college football. Named for Coach Paul Bear Bryant, the museum houses thousands of pieces of memorabilia that tell the legacy of the Crimson Tide and those that have led the team throughout the years.
Finally, the Tuscaloosa All-in-One ticket includes a bonus — Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum. The museum is currently free to the public, making it a delight for everyone. Architecture enthusiasts are sure to spy the art deco of the historic Queen City Pool House, the home of the transportation museum.
Make your plans to join us in Tuscaloosa and include the All-in-One ticket in your itinerary! You have three days to see all the sites once you start using it, and we’re sure you’ll find plenty more to keep you going while you’re here.
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