Reach Out and Touch Alabama

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GulfQuest Maritime Museum, Mobile, AL
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Visitors to GulfQuest can immerse themselves—almost literally—in the undersea experience.
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Vinyl is making a comeback, and there's nothing quite like the feel of a new LP in your hand. Mobile Records' friendly, knowledgeable staff is helping to lead the way with an imaginative assortment of great music.
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Freshly baked artisanal bread at Birmingham's The Market at Pepper Place is truly a treat for all the senses.
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Fill your bag with fresh local produce at The Market at Pepper Place. Crunchy carrots and flavorful beans make for a delicious and healthy snack while you see the sights.
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The mural behind The Market at Pepper Place says it all. With great live music, farm-fresh produce and a friendly vibe that may keep you there longer than you'd planned, the market is one unique experience “Rooted in Alabama.”
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Alabama Chanin Factory Store and Cafe in Florence offers an array of products from local designers who blend traditional with contemporary aesthetics.
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Idyllwilde, women’s clothing and homewares designed and made in Muscle Shoals, is an example of some of the local offerings at Alabama Chanin Factory Store and Cafe.
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Billy Reid in downtown Florence produces “casual chic” clothing for men and women with playful patterns and graphics that fit right in with the vibe of the town’s live music venues and restaurants.
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This is the Wichahpi Commemorative Stone Wall, built by Tom Hendrix in Florence, and dedicated to the memory of his great-great-grandmother, a member of the native Yuchi Indian tribe.
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Artist Tom Hendrix stands next to his Wichahpi Commemorative Stone Wall, which he has been building for over 30 years.
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Along with the wonderful tastes, sounds and sights, you’ll never forget the way Alabama makes you feel.

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