Monthly Archives: September 2012

13 Ghostly Events to Celebrate Alabama’s Haunted History

Montgomery, Ala. – Visitors can experience Alabama’s haunted history in October with ghost trails, story-telling festivals and ghost walks. A variety of events and trails pay homage to the state’s ghostly history including a rare moonlit tour of the famous ghost town Old Cahawba where paranormal investigators will showcase their ghost hunting equipment. In Montgomery […]

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State Tourism Website Features Fall Color Map

Montgomery, AL– An interactive map on the Alabama Tourism Department’s website allows visitors to see the predicted fall color change for each weekend this fall. The map, a list of recommended viewing sites and a fall colors driving route are all available on the state tourism website at Large concentrations of hardwoods make Alabama […]

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Alabama Tourism Wins National Award

Year of Music Campaign Wins U.S. Travel Association Mercury Award Montgomery, Ala.– The Alabama Tourism Department has won the U.S. Travel Association’s National Mercury Award for its 2011 Year of Music Campaign. The National Council of State Tourism Directors (NCSTD) presented the 2012 Mercury awards for Niche Marketing to tourism director Lee Sentell last night […]

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