- Our list of the best things to do in Decatur, Alabama, features the top 81 nearby activities — including 35 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Decatur, AL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 28 things to do within the city of Decatur, AL , followed by 53 popular activities in nearby cities, including Huntsville, Madison and Athens
Located in downtown Cullman, Sportsman Lake Park offers a place for family gatherings. The park has picnic areas and pavilions. Visitors can walk shady trails or feed fish from the lake's shore or small dock.
Cullman County Parks is a collection of parks and other facilities for residents and visitors to enjoy. Guests commonly visit Smith Lake Park or Sportsman Lake Park, with both locations offering campsites, playgrounds, and boat rentals, among numerous other amenities.
For locals and visitors in Alabama looking for an artistic outing, the 3rd Street Promenade is an enjoyable stroll. The promenade offers an eclectic mix of original art by local artists as well as home décor items and gifts.
Rennards Gallery is a local art gallery and framing shop providing a number of works and services to its customers. Original prints, prints from famous artists, and custom framing are among the artworks and services offered from the gallery.
A family-oriented bowling alley, the Cullman Bowling Center offers a variety of specials and deals throughout the week. In the evenings, it hosts Glow Bowling, and is available for parties and special events.
Following the instructional techniques of the legendary George Balanchine, the Cullman Ballet Theatre School offers lessons in Vaganova, Russian, and American ballet. The school hosts a variety of dance performances, and offers jazz dance classes, as well.
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Ave Maria Grotto, known as 'Jerusalem in Miniature,' is a tiny city of shrines in a four-acre park. The collection of 125 reproductions of some of the most famous historic buildings and shrines of the world are the lifetime work of Brother Joseph Zoettl, a Benedictine monk.