- Our list of the best things to do in Guntersville, Alabama, features the top 22 nearby activities — including 6 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Guntersville, AL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Guntersville, AL , followed by 10 popular activities in nearby cities, including Scottsboro, Huntsville, Attalla and Owens Cross Roads
Over 2,000 species of exotic insects, mounted birds and animals are displayed at Cook's Natural Science Museum. You can also see exhibits of rocks, sea shells, snakes and coral. All are housed in a modern, 5,000-square-foot facility which takes about an hour to tour.
With classes available for all ages, River City Performing Arts Inc offers specialized instruction for dance classes like ballet, hip hop, and tap. The center also has annual dance camps, such as a summer camp for kids.
The Decatur Convention & Visitors Bureau is a facility that provides information on dining options, nearby attractions, lodging, campgrounds, shopping, and spas. The information center also provides maps of the local region.
With four tours to choose from, Decatur Walking Tours & Trails takes visitors through the area's historical and cultural sites. One of these tours revolves around the history of a Confederate led battle during the Civil War.
Smith Lake Park is located on the shores of the 21,200 acre Lewis Smith Lake. It features 9 cabins, 61 tent sites, 500 miles of shoreline, a pool, playgrounds, a boat launch, and more so guests can enjoy outdoor fun.
The Point Mallard Waterpark is a family theme park that features a wave pool, swimming pool, lazy river and other activities including walking trail and camping, playground, beach and a mini-golf course. The park also offers day parties and birthday parties.
Known for it's retro vibe and historic neon signage, the Princess Theatre is a piece of Alabama history. The performance venue plays host to a diverse selection of entertainment including big names in music, local artists, plays and film.
Built by a philanthropist in 1904, Carnegie Visual Arts Center is a restored library that showcases a variety of exhibits depicting Alabama's history. These exhibits feature anything from paintings to sculptures from local artists and craftsmen.