- 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
Old State Bank may be considered the building that put the city on the map. After having it built in 1833, Decatur's economy leaped, establishing it as an important city in the state. Besides its historical importance, the Old State Bank also has a peaceful garden around it.
During the summer, the Rhodes Ferry Park hosts a concert series in its open areas that are transformed into stages. Facilities within the park itself include a large children's playground, lighted walking paths, two pavilions, and two picnic shelters.
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723 Bank Street, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
A wide range of artifacts including uniforms and weapons are contained in the Blue & Gray Museum of North Alabama. It is actually considered to be the largest private collection of Civil War artifacts in the United States.
The Morgan County Archives is a collection of thousands of documents including population records, genealogy information, and more. Also included in the archives is a small museum with a number of old photographs, art pieces, and period clothing.
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Sycamore Street, Hillyer Place, Barry Street, Pate Street, Decatur, AL 35601 MoreLess Info
The Old Decatur Historic District is a historical district that was created in the year of 1820. The age of the houses range from 1829 to present day and the styles vary from the Empire period to the Edwardian Cottage.
Since the 25th of June 1974, the Clarkson Covered Bridge over Crooked Creek is included on the National Register of Historic Places. With its 270 feet, it is the second largest bridge in Alabama. It is also known as the Clarkson-Legg Covered Bridge.
A multipurpose recreation facility, the Carrie Matthews Recreation Center offers sports, classes, and programs for kids and adults. The facility has basketball and volleyball courts, and hosts a variety of leagues.