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Overview of Tuscaloosa Vacation Rentals
Tuscaloosa Vacation Rentals on the Banks of the Black Warrior River
Tuscaloosa, Alabama is just a one-hour drive from Birmingham with its international airport; Tuscaloosa is approximately 210 miles from Atlanta International Airport and close to Interstate 59. It is at the intersection of several major roads and highways. It is also on the Amtrak Crescent line, connecting it to major cities such as New York and New Orleans and thereby making it exceptionally convenient for vacationers. The city of Tuscaloosa is the seat of the county that shares its name and sits on the banks of the Black Warrior River.
Tuscaloosa has a climate that is typical of the southern United States, with four distinct seasons, including hot summers and mild winters. Tuscaloosa vacation rentals are ideal at any time of year.
Tuscaloosa Lodging Is Ideal for Visiting Great Museums
Tuscaloosa vacation rentals are conveniently located, allowing you to explore the excellent range of activities on offer. Nearby is the 320-acre Moundville Archaeological Park. Set by the Black Warrior River, the park includes a fascinating opportunity to explore the life of local Native Americans. There is an authentic Native American village, museum and trails leading to 20 prehistoric mounds to explore. The Alabama Museum of Natural History, situated at the University of Alabama, is an excellent place to learn more about the state’s environment. The building itself is of historical interest as an example of classical revival architecture. At the Westervelt Warner Museum, visitors can enjoy work by artists such as John Singer Sargent, Andrew Wyeth and Duncan Phyfe. The regular display features over 150 works of art and is one of the largest collections of 19th- and 20th-century American art. Sport lovers will enjoy a visit to the museum of the renowned coach Paul W. Bryant. The museum houses memorabilia from the "Crimson Tide." For an evening at the theater, the Bama Theater is the oldest functioning theater here and performances take place in the charming, unique surroundings of an art deco building from the 1930s.
Take a Trip on the Bama Belle from Tuscaloosa Waterfront Rentals
While staying at Tuscaloosa waterfront rentals, many visitors take a trip on the Bama Belle. This 1900s-era paddle steamer takes people down the beautiful Black Warrior River and along the charming waterfront. The cruise offers dining as well as sightseeing. The Battle Friedman House and Gardens gives visitors the opportunity to step back into the 1800s in a house filled with antiques. Also here are servant’s quarters and carriage building as well as beautiful gardens to explore. Another interesting museum is at the Kentuck Art Center where there is a display of craft work and art from local and national artisans. The Mercedes-Benz U.S. International offers visitors a unique opportunity to see vintage cars and learn more about the company and its famous cars.
Nightlife in Tuscaloosa provides visitors with a great variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Visitors seeking live music and dancing or a quiet restaurant serving local, freshly prepared dishes will find a great choice of venues within an easy distance of their Tuscaloosa lodging.
Tuscaloosa Waterfront Rentals Include Plenty of Choice Properties
There are a wide variety of properties available from Tuscaloosa lodging, with everything from condos in the city to waterfront properties. Although each property is unique in space and luxurious extras, you'll find all are more comfortable than hotels. Each has fully equipped kitchens and comes with laundry facilities. They all provide great extras to ensure that vacationers enjoy their visits. Extras may include full entertainment systems, games consoles with games, pool tables, ping pong tables, outdoor spaces with BBQ facilities, patios and much more. Many welcome four-legged family members as well.