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Tourism Tuesdays March 12, 2019

Dothan native, executive chef Kelsey Barnard Clark to be celebrated Alabama Tourism Department’s 2019 Spring tourism workshop Statewide walking tours begin in April Journey through American history in Montgomery International downtown conference coming to Huntsville Jefferson Co. hotel bookings break records in 2018 Hoover Met Complex scores with nearly $15 million in economic impact Tournaments […]

Tourism Tuesdays February 26, 2019

State leaders help introduce Alabama Statehood Forever stamp Outsiders should experience Alabama for themselves Birmingham airport is Alabama’s biggest — here’s how to navigate it with ease From Mardi Gras to Moon Pies: 10 reasons to visit Mobile Gulf Shores and Orange Beach: Alabama’s unexpected beach getaways Downtown Huntsville getting another new hotel near VBC […]

Tourism Tuesdays February 19, 2019

$94.5M culinary center, hotel coming to Auburn University Can slaves’ descendants save the town their ancestors built? Spring break brings big business for tourism First Look: The Lab Bar and Kitchen opens in $20M renovated hotel The Best date spot in every state Survey finds Alabama’s top 15 hotels for 2019 GMANE featured in AMHOF […]

Tourism Tuesdays February 12, 2019

National Trust names the most important, interesting places of the last 40 years Southern Living: The Tour Minister at this Alabama Church Will Change Your Life New Netflix movie to film in Birmingham Web.com bringing new pro golf tour to Prattville Come to Muscle Shoals for the Music Work on Sheffield bed and breakfast continues […]

Tourism Tuesdays February 5, 2019

National Geographic Traveler does 12-page feature article on Alabama and the U.S. Civil Rights Trail 20 ways to celebrate the Alabama Bicentennial Postal Service to issue Alabama forever stamp Building partnerships in the tourism industry Marriott Traveler: Explore the Civil Rights Trail in Montgomery, Alabama Alabama Bass Trail’s return to Lake Martin promises boatloads of […]

Tourism Tuesdays January 29, 2019

Gov. Ivy reappoints Sentell to lead tourism Tourism Department hosts collegiate tour planners Busy time for Alabama Tourism Department Alabama Tourism promotes state at International Media Marketplace and The New York Times Travel Show Á la Carte Alabama has taste of the state’s best food and drinks Muscle Shoals: the small town that’s given the […]

U.S. Space & Rocket Center was Alabama’s most visited tourism attraction in 2018

Montgomery, Ala – More than 849,000 people visited the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville last year, ranking it first among state attractions that charge admission, state tourism officials said. The Birmingham Zoo ranked second with 543,090 and the Huntsville Botanical Garden was third with 353,841. Barber Vintage Motorsports Park in Birmingham placed fourth […]

Tourism Tuesdays January 22, 2019

U.S. Space & Rocket Center was Alabama’s most visited tourism attraction in 2018 The reinvention of Birmingham The new national memorial you must see in Montgomery EJI memorial named to U.S. Civil Rights Trail 48 hours in Mobile: the birthplace of Mardi Gras Bust of Dr. King unveiled at Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church […]