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Carnegie Visual Arts Center

One of the cultural centers of Decatur’s arts scene and a multi-purpose community resource.

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Cook Museum of Natural Science

The Cook Museum of Natural Science is a state-of-the-art natural science museum in downtown Decatur, AL. It provides a hands-on, immersive experience where kids can explore, interact with, and learn about nature. Families leave the Cook Museum feeling fulfilled by their time together and inspired by the things they saw and learned.

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Decatur Farmers’ Market

Open from April through November, the Decatur Farmers’ Market showcases the best fresh produce from regional farmers.

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Hartselle’s Historic Depot & Downtown

Hartselle’s historic downtown isn’t just lovely to look at; these shops are full of treasures and one-of-a-kind finds.

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Historic District Shopping

On a beautiful day, there’s nothing quite like perusing the shops of Decatur’s historic downtown district along Bank Street and 2nd Avenue.

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Historic Homes

The Old Decatur Historic District and New Decatur Albany Historic District are full of living history to behold.

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Historic Railroad Depot

A symbol of the city’s rich railroad heritage, which extends back to the 1830s. Due to COVID-19, the Depot is temporarily closed to the public.

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Mooresville

Mooresville is older than the State of Alabama, and the residents have kept its original look and infrastructure intact.

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Morgan County Archives

A treasure trove of Alabama history, including original photos from the Civil War and court records from the 1933 Scottsboro Boys trial in Decatur.

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Old State Bank

The first stop on the Civil War Walking Tour of Decatur was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Due to COVID-19, The inside of the Old State Bank is temporarily closed to the public.

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Point Mallard Water Park

Due to COVID-19, Point Mallard Waterpark will remain closed for the 2020 season.

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Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts

The Princess Theatre has hosted performances and exhibitions of all kinds for the last 130 years.

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Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

For more than 80 years, Wheeler Wildlife Refuge has provided a verdant home for Alabama’s natural flora and fauna. Due to COVID-19, the Visitor Center is temporarily closed to the public. The trails remain open and are an excellent way to get a little fresh air while practicing safe, social distancing!

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