Alabama Is a Feast for Your Eyes

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Birmingham’s Railroad Park is an eight-block feat of landscape architecture, celebrating the city’s industrial past and considerable artistic vibe. The stunning green space, which opened in 2010, welcomes visitors from all over the world.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
You can enjoy a film or special event at Birmingham's Alabama Theater, but the movie house itself, which opened as a Paramount theater in 1927, may just upstage the show with its classic design and massive interior.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
Another of Birmingham's little nuggets of eye candy, the Rotary Trail sign debuted in April 2016 to herald the Magic City’s newest green space.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
Birmingham's Rotary Trail transforms once ordinary cityscapes into beautiful, contemplative spaces.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico is one of Mobile's visual gems, drawing visitors and their families to witness its compelling exhibits dedicated to sea life, boating and natural history. Multimedia presentations and educational programs such as Junior Mariners keep every member of the family entertained.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
This unique artifact from early oceanographic exploration is a beautiful work of art on display at GulfQuest. We feel that it holds its own next to the historic ships and colorful sea life that you will also find there.  
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
We love Mobile's funky Crescent Theater, known for playing independent and mainstream films as well as local theater productions.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
What looks like a normal group photo from the Swampette Music Tour in Florence and Muscle Shoals is actually a recreation of an iconic image of Cher, who recorded here back in the 60s.
— Courtesy Florence Convention & Visitors Bureau
Sure, you visit the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in Tuscumbia for the great music. But the hall is also a delight for the eyes, with imaginative displays dedicated to the great musical artists who have left their mark here.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey
Adorned with silver dollars, guns and longhorns, the Golden Country Car is a favorite at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame.
— Photograph by Caleb Chancey

Take a tour of some of Alabama's most beautiful visual experiences, from up-close-and-personal encounters to stunning vistas.

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