Saturday Walking Tours in Alabama

MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Tourism Department’s annual Saturday Walking Tours will occur every Saturday morning in April and will take place at 27 locations across the state.

Community leaders and volunteers will guide the free tours through historical areas that display art and culture of the city, and some tours will end with refreshments from their local hotspots. The two-hour long tours will start at 10 a.m. on April 6, 13, 20 and 27.

Towns and starting places for the Saturday Walking Tours are: Athens-Limestone County (Athens Limestone Visitors Center), Bayou La Batre (Maritime Park), Birmingham (Birmingham Civil Rights Institute), Bridgeport (Bridgeport Depot Museum), Courtland (Courtland Square at the gazebo only on April 20 only), Cullman (Cullman County Museum), Decatur (various locations), Elba (Chamber of Commerce), Enterprise (Pea River Historical Society), Fairhope (Fairhope Welcome Center), Florence (various locations), Foley (Foley Welcome Center), Gadsden (Visitors Information Center).

Huntsville (Alabama Constitution Hall Park on April 6 and 13 only), Leeds (Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce on April 13 only), Madison (Madison Little Roadhouse on April 20 and 27 only), Mobile (Visit Mobile Welcome Center), Montgomery (Montgomery Visitor Center), Monroeville (Monroe County Museum), Mooresville (Historic Post Office), Moulton (Sweet Leona’s Ice Cream Shop on April 27 only), Pell City (City Hall on April 6 and 13 only), Prattville (Prattaugan Museum), Selma (Selma-Dallas County Public Library), Sheffield (Sheffield City Hall), Springville (Springville City Museum), and Tuscumbia (Corner of 6th and Main).

Please click here for the Saturday Walking Tours poster. For more information about the Saturday Walking Tours is available on the Alabama Tourism Department website at


Press Contact:
Brooklyn Lundy, Public Relations Manager
Alabama Tourism Department