This Summer, It’s Time To Say ‘Let’s Go There’!

Last September, Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports helped launch the Let’s Go There campaign, a domestic initiative to inspire future travel amid the coronavirus pandemic. All sectors of the travel […]

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What to Expect at the Family-Friendly 12th Annual Druid City Arts Festival

After a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the time has finally come. The Druid City Arts Festival, presented by Cadence Bank, is returning tomorrow from 5 – […]

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Cure the Rainy Day Blues in Tuscaloosa

      1. Tuscaloosa’s Museums Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum is one of the great museum options that we have in T-town. Located at Tuscaloosa’s historic Queen City […]

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Tuscaloosa Is the Power of Travel

National Travel and Tourism Week 2021 (May 2-8) spotlights the collective strength of the U.S. travel industry.   This National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW), there is more reason […]

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From the Outside – Our Favorite Restaurant and Bar Patios

Being on the outside isn’t always such a terrible thing. Especially in a beautiful city like Tuscaloosa or Northport. When you’re spending time with loved ones, eating your favorite […]

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The Buzz Around Town!

Things are buzzing here in Tuscaloosa! Spring has sprung, the flowers are blooming, and the events are poppin’! We have an eclectic lineup for this weekend so follow along […]

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Foodie Approved Eats in Tuscaloosa

Foodie   [foo-dee] noun.    A person who lives and breathes the art of eating food. “Phone eats first” most definitely applies here.  It’s a big world out there, with […]

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8 Best Swimming Spots Near Tuscaloosa

Sometimes you want to take a dip outside of your normal community pool that is, oftentimes than not, swarmed with others who have the same “beat the heat” ideas […]

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Host the Perfect Picnic in T-Town

Friends, food, drinks, and amazing weather! Spring has sprung and so brings the perfect picnic opportunities. Tuscaloosa is home to multiple fantastic, laid-back picnic spots and the same goes […]

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Easter Brunch in Tuscaloosa

While Easter might look and feel slightly different this year, you can still celebrate in a big way! Nothing says an Easter Sunday with your families like beautiful spring […]

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13 Reasons to Love T-Town!

1. The River Walk Disguised behind all of the commotions of Tuscaloosa lies the scenic River Walk. The 4.5 miles of path that runs directly next to the Black […]

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5 Things to do on a Rainy Day

Any of Tuscaloosa’s Museums Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum is one of the great museum options that we have in town. Located at Tuscaloosa’s historic Queen City Park along […]

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