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Gear, clothing and footwear for backpacking and all outdoor adventures; full-service Orvis fly-fishing dealer. Located in historic downtown. Check web for events.
Steven Plumer design. Rolling fairways, fairway and green-side bunkers, undulating Bermuda grass greens, wetlands.
Fun, creative, enriching "touch everything" experiences focusing on places and heritage of the Tennessee Valley at Muscle Shoals, where exploration stimulates lifelong curiosity and learning.
Family-oriented park with walking trails, ponds and playground. Located next to Children's Museum of the Shoals. Various lesson plans for group tours.
Usonian style (1939-40). Only structure in Alabama designed by Wright. Constructed of cypress, glass and brick. Fully restored.
Largest domiciliary mound in Tennessee Valley. Native American relics found in area. Chronological displays and explanations of artifacts from Paleo to historic Native American ages.
Gallery exhibits showcasing contemporary artists, rotated constantly to make each visit a rediscovery.
Stagecoach stop, tavern, inn used as hospital by Confederate and Union forces during Civil War. Extensive collection of Civil War artifacts. Antiques.
Shoals Community Theatre can be traced to Tri-Cities Community Theatre. First production was May 20-21,1948, at Kilby School Auditorium. Presents musicals, stage plays and live entertainment.
Personal memorabilia includes trumpet, handwritten music and piano on which Handy composed "St. Louis Blues."
67,100 acres extending 60 mi. between Wheeler Dam in Rogersville and Guntersville. Great fishing. Free fishing package.