Places To Go
This might take more than one trip...
Beautiful beaches here. Lush, forest-covered mountains over there. Every part of Alabama has something different to offer—and a lot more than just landscape. Explore the state by area below. You’ll find that no matter where you go, you’ll never run out of great things to do.
Take 20: Things to see and do in Alabama along Interstate 20
Interstate 20 dates back to the 1960s and is a major east–west transportation system that runs for more than 1,500 miles from Kent, Texas all the way to Columbia, South Carolina. In between, it travels through several states, including Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama before crossing into Georgia. Such a lengthy and historic route beckons you to get off and explore all the attractions along the way. And what better place to do that than in Alabama?
Selma to Montgomery: Crossing a Bridge into History
The Edmund Pettus Bridge, spanning the Alabama River in Selma, has become one of the most iconic symbols of the modern struggle for civil and voting rights in America. It is also a focal point for the 54-mile route now memorialized as the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.