Visiting Lake Tuscaloosa, Alabama | Tourism
Activities To Do and See

Attractions Near the Lake
Indian Village and John & Delia Roberts Craft Pavilions

City Offerings
Harrison Galleries ~ Harrison Galleries features paintings, mostly in American or European Romantic and Hudson River School traditions, and photography by prominent Tuscaloosa area photographers. Located in historic Tuscaloosa at 2315 University Blvd. Call (205) 464-0054 for information.
Renaissance Art Gallery ~ Located in historic downtown Northport, the Renaissance Gallery offers original art by more than twenty regional and local artists. Work on display includes some of the best traditional, folk and contemporary work available in the Southeast. Each painting or sculpture is a one of a kind, hand–made original, signed by the artist. Call (205) 752-4422.
Tuscaloosa Symphony ~ Formed in 1979, the Tuscaloosa Symphony has become a vital part of the Tuscaloosa arts and cultural fabric and one of the most successful regional symphonies in the Southeast. Very few communities of comparable size or larger can claim its own symphony of such exceptional quality. The Symphony provides an annual season of concerts in addition to performances in our schools, pops concerts, and various other entertainment venues. Call (205) 752-5515 for ticket information.

Alabama Museum of Natural History ~ Alabama Museum of Natural History, featuring exhibits from the Age of Dinosaurs and the Ice and Coal Ages. An Alabama treasure! Call (205) 348-2041.
Bryant Museum ~ Bryant Museum, featuring memorabilia and exhibits of Alabama Crimson Tide football since 1892 and other related sports exhibits. Call (205) 348-4668.
Children's Hands On Museum ~ Children’s Hands On Museum, provides a delightful experience for children of all ages with a variety of special programs and hands-on, participatory exhibits. Moms and dads enjoy this, too! Call (205) 349-4235 for more information.
Jones Archaeological Museum
Kentuck Museum ~ Kentuck Museum, features a gallery of exhibits of some of the region’s finest crafts and art works provided by the South’s finest artisans and craftsmen. Kentuck Museum is located in Downtown Northport, selected as one of the “Top 100 Small Art Communities” in America. Call (205) 758-1257.
Mercedes-Benz Museum & Visitors Center ~ Mercedes-Benz Museum & Visitors Center, one of Alabama’s top tourist attractions, provides visitors with an up-close view of the star-studded history of Daimler-Benz, the world’s premier automobile manufacturer. The story is chronicled in exciting, interactive exhibits at the Visitor’s Center, the first of its kind outside Germany; and explores the technological innovations and development of Mercedes-Benz.
Westervelt-Warner Museum of American Art ~ Located at the beautiful NorthRiver Yacht Club on Lake Tuscaloosa, the museum features works from several prominent American artists. The impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and antiques provides a unique perspective on our country's history. For more information call (205) 343-4540.
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