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One of the few locks left where you can walk up close and see the doors open and close as boats enter and leave either up stream or down. All boats, whether fishing boats, or large barges, have access.
TVA hiking; walking/jogging trail and viewing one of the worlds largest single lock damns.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District began offering the public access to Wilson Navigation Lock in May 2014. The lock is accessible to visitors Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and federal holidays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout the year. It will only be closed to the public when it is…
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“Great place to visit where you can view portraits of all the musicians that have recorded hit songs here, get on a tour bus of the famous group, Alabama, see one of Elvis' Cadillacs, see many costumes worn by various artists and more!”
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“Guided tours, amazing stories behind the artifacts that tell local history. From the antebellum days, particularly Forks of Cypress artifacts, Civil War battles, and later, Pope's Tavern is a must see to understand the area's present through the perspective of the past. ”
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“#1 Florence attraction on Trip Advisor, this Frank Lloyd Wright home has a fascinating history of its own as well as being the only example of the architect's design in the region. Conveniently located downtown, tours available. Website: wrightinalabama.com. ”
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“If you like music, you will love touring Fame Studios where it all started!!!! We are known as the Hit Recording Capital of the World with such artists as Aretha Franklin, Percy Sledge, The Rolling Stones, Sonny and Cher, Michael Jackson, the Osmonds, and others recording hit songs in the Shoals area. It's a must see!”
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“Have you ever been to a restaurant inside of a cave? I didn’t think so! This is a one of a kind place that attracts visitors from across the world. Be sure to check out the scenery at Rattlesnake Saloon! ”
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