- The list below includes 25 free or cheap things to do in or near Florence, Alabama, including 38 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Historic Homes.
- From University of North Alabama to Deibert Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Florence and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Muscle Shoals and Tuscumbia.
Giles County's Trail of Tears Memorial is a historical marker located in front of the Trail of Tears Interpretive Center. The Memorial commemorates the displacement and suffering of thousands of Cherokee, Muscogee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole tribe members.
Point Mallard Campground is a 25-acre, wooded campground with free wi-fi, a laundry facility, dump station and grocery store. They also have three covered pavilions with showers, a meeting facility, playground, tables and grills.
William Bankhead National Forest is a multi-camping experience forest that comprises of 180,581 acres where deer herds can usually be encountered. It is a unique ecosystem that is perfect for hiking, biking and kayaking.
Established in 1862 by Union General Grenville M. Dodge, many Americans of color lived in the Corinth Contraband Camp where they built homes and businesses. Visitors can remember that painful part of United States history on a quarter mile walk surrounded by life-size bronze sculptures depicting life there.
In 1866, Corinth National Cemetery opened as a burial site for the Union soldiers who died in area battles. Now, the cemetery houses veterans from various wars and the staff decorates the graves for Memorial Day.
The Black History Museum of Corinth is a small historical museum dedicated to educating the public on African American history. The museum's main attraction is a collection of memorabilia relating to black history, with focus on religion and education.
With 458 seats including 70 mezzanine and 250 upper balcony, Corinth Coliseum Civic Center offers an intimate setting for events like plays and beauty pageants. Food and drink are not allowed in the auditorium.
221 N. Fillmore Street, Corinth, MS 38834 MoreLess Info
Located at the crossroads of Memphis & Charleston Railroad and the Mobile & Ohio Railroads, the museum covers the history of this region. Particular emphasis is put on the time from the Native Americans to the Civil War.