Alabama Travel Information

By | October 3, 2022

ATTRACTIONS: (some major ones)

Alabama offers a wide variety of quality family attractions, including sandy beaches along its Gulf of Mexico coastline, forested mountain campgrounds and trails, and large fishing lakes.

  • Beautyphoon: Basic information about the U.S. state of Alabama, including state history, geography, population, economy, and politics.

In addition, some of his favorite attractions include NASA’s Huntsville Space Center, numerous Civil War battlefields, the USS Alabama battleship docked alongside Mobile, the NASCAR Super Freeway at Talladega and the historic cities of Birmingham and Montgomery, and of course the famous “South Alabama Hospitality” . “.

For more attractions and points of interest, follow the links below.

  • Birmingham
  • Huntsville
  • Mobile
  • Montgomery
  • Selma
  • Tuscaloosa


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  • Times to Travel: Located in the southern United States, Alabama can be visited at any time of the year, and especially along its Gulf of Mexico coastline, where winter weather conditions are mild and pleasant.

Alabama weather

Climate: Alabama’s climate enjoys year-round temperate conditions with average temperatures near 80º in summer, and above 45º in winter. The highs really reach the mid-90s.

  • Biotionary: Nickname of Alabama, covering state overview, travel information and most popular attractions.

The northern parts of the state receive occasional brief snowfalls and rainfall is spread somewhat evenly throughout the year.

March is the rainiest month while October is the driest. Higher humidity levels and increased rainfall are common in the southwest and along the Gulf of Mexico.

Seasonal Temperature Averages:

High Temperatures (Fahrenheit / Celsius)

(Jan) 9/49 (Feb) 10/51 (March) 59/15 (April) 69/20

May 76/24 (June) 84/29 (July) 90/32 (Aug) 92/33

(Sept) 88/31 (Oct) 80/27 (Nov) 68/20 (Dec) 57/14

Low temperatures (Fahrenheit / Celsius)

(Jan) 31/0 (Feb) 33 /1 (March) 38/3 (April) 47/8

May 53/12 (June) 62/17 (July) 68/20 (August) 70/21

(September) 67/19 (October) 57/14 (November) 45/7 (December) 37/3


High temperatures (Fahrenheit / Celsius)

(Jan) 58/14 (February) 59/15 (March) 67/19 (April) 74/23

May 81/27 (June) 88/31 (July) 92/33 (August) 93/34

(September) 91/33 (October) 84/29 (November) 73/23(December) 64/18

Low Temperatures (Fahrenheit / Celsius)

(Jan) 37/3 (February) 38/3 (March) 42/5 (April) 49/9

May 56/13 (June) 65/18 (July) 71/22 (August) 72/22

(September) 69/20 (October) 60/15 (November) 48/9 (December) 40/4

Russell Cave National Monument

Russel Cave National Monument is located on the border with Tennessee in northeast Alabama. Nearby is the small town of Bridgeport, which has about 3,000 inhabitants. The monument was declared on May 11, 1961 and covers an area of 1.3 square kilometers. These lands were donated to the American people by the National Geographic Society. Today, the monument is managed by the National Park Service. Russel Cave was entered in the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.

The total length of the cave, which has been mapped so far, is 11.6 km. Russell Cave is thus the third longest mapped cave in Alabama. It thus ranked 90th in the list of the longest caves in the United States of America, and ranked 314th among the world’s caves.

The entrance to the cave is extremely large, so it was used in the past by prehistoric Indians as a shelter. These Indians are considered to be the oldest known settlement in the southeastern United States. They obtained both food and wood from the surrounding forest for tools and heating. After this tribe, painted figures depicting ancient inhabitants more than 8,000 years ago remained in the cave.

The rock in which the cave was formed about 300 million years ago at the bottom of the inland sea, which then covered the whole area. 9,000 to 12,000 years ago, the roof of the cave collapsed, creating an abyss and an uncovered Russell Cave. Today, in the vicinity of the cave entrances, there is a lush nature with almost forests.

Several rare and endemic species of animals have been discovered in the cave, including the Alabama scorpion, which does not live anywhere else in the world, so free movement of tourists is not allowed around the cave. There are two paths through the cave that visitors can follow. One of them is an educational paved 1.9 km long trail, the other option is approximately the same length, but unpaved trail leading through the local remote landscape. On both routes you have a great opportunity to observe forest nature and plants or the Montague Mountain.

Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail

The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail was established by the US Congress in 1996 to commemorate the events and people associated with the 1965 Alabama election. (NPS).

SEMO, as Selma to Mongomery is also sometimes abbreviated, is the shortest of all 23 historical trails covered by the National Trail System, which protects all landscapes, natural, cultural and historically interesting routes. The track is a total of 54 miles and passes through many historically significant areas. Along the way, there is a church in Selma or the interesting Edmond Pettus Bridge.

A violent demonstration took place on this bridge today, March 7, 1956, and its participants, defending their voting rights, blocked the bridge and prevented anyone from crossing it. The protesters were eventually beaten and dispersed, an incident called Bloody Sunday eventually hit the media and was broadcast around the world. Historically, Selma to Montgomery is considered one of the biggest election campaigns of ordinary people fighting for human rights. It was mainly about the equality of African Americans and Americans of America.

Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail