- The list below includes 73 free or cheap things to do in or near Decatur, Alabama, including 51 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Military Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Recreation Centers.
- From Delano Park to Wheeler Lake, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Decatur and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Huntsville, Madison and Athens.
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601 Riverview Drive, Florence, AL 35630 MoreLess Info
Built in 1939, Frank Lloyd Wright's Rosenbaum House is the only house in Alabama designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Covering 2624 square feet, the house is built in the Usonian style and became a museum in 1999.
Pope's Tavern is one of the oldest buildings in the city, serving as a hospital during the Civil War. Since 1965 it is a museum and home to items dating from the 18th century, which depict the house's history as an inn. There are also artifacts from the Civil War.
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311 N Court Street, Florence, AL 35630 MoreLess Info
A full service southern food and barbecue restaurant in downtown Florence, Alabama, the FloBama Restaurant & Music Hall is also a live music venue. The venue features a 20 foot stage, and hosts a variety of touring and local acts.
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George H. Carroll Lion Habitat, Florence, AL 35632 MoreLess Info
The University of North Alabama is the state's oldest public university. Besides the 11 old building on the university's campus, the visitor can also relax on the green field or visit the two lion mascots, Leo and Una.
The W.C. Handy Home, Museum & Library houses memorabilia from the 'Father of the Blues', William Christopher Handy's life. See his trumpet, piano, original sheet music, and get free admission, music, and birthday cake on Handy's Nov. 16th birthday commemoration.
A one of a kind resting place exclusively for certified coon dogs. Over 200 coon dogs from across the United States are buried at this site which has become a popular tourist attraction. The touching messages on the headstones are interesting to read.
Ivy Green is the birthplace of Helen Keller where visitors see artifacts from her life. The home and museum room are decorated with much of the original furniture of the Keller family, including her complete library of Braille books and her original Braille typewriter.