Tours in Alabama


Shadows and Secrets Tour for 2, 4, 6, or 8 from SJM Tours (Up to 52% Off)

SJM Tours

SJM Tours

2-hr walk of historic Ft. Conde and the Dauphin St. District unveils histories of Mobile ghosts and paranormal activity; with 2 ghost hunts

$50 $25

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Creamery Tour with Goat-Cheese Spread for One or Two, or DIY Cheese-Making Kit at Belle Chevre (Up to 50% Off)

Belle Chevre

Belle Chevre

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how goat cheese is made at a creamery housed in an old town cotton warehouse or make your own cheese at home

$18.99 $10

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$20 for $36 Worth of Wine Tasting for Two, with Glasses and Wine Tote — Jules J. Berta Vineyards

Jules J. Berta Vineyards

Albertville

Wine tasting with choice of two designer wine mugs or wine glasses packaged in a dandy wine tote.

$36 $20

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Tour and Wine Tasting with Lunch for Two or Four at Vizzini Farms Winery (Up to 55% Off)

Vizzini Farms Winery

Vizzini Farms Winery

Tours lead groups through picturesque winery before tasting of wines from West Coast and Alabama grapes and lunch of Italian-style deli food

$32 $16

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Winery Tour for Two or Four with Tastings, Stemware, and Wine Stoppers at Hidden Meadow Vineyard (Up to 70% Off)

Hidden Meadow Vineyard

Hidden Meadow Vineyard

Family-run winery churns out batches of fresh fruit wine and southern muscadine wine on scenic property

$60 $19

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Wine Tasting for Two with Glasses and Option for Tour and Cheese Plate at Ozan Vineyard & Cellars (Up to 50% Off)

Ozan Vineyard & Cellars

Ozan Winery and Cellars

While sipping wine, couples can chat with staff on an outdoor patio; options include tour and cheese plate

$40 $21

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The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute was designed as a living institution, ensuring that Birmingham's contribution to the civil rights movement translates to present generations. At BCRI, guests learn about the courageous men and women who dared confront centuries of bigotry to transform the American landscape. The dream of former Birmingham mayor David Vann, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute opened to the public in November of 1992. Ever since, the BCRI has done everything in its powers to do justice to the heroes portrayed within the institute's halls.
520 16th St N
Birmingham,
AL
US
The seed of flight was planted when Erik Box was still a boy and his grandfather Lindbergh carved him a propeller from wood. Today, Box Aviation is the natural outgrowth of that lifelong love, giving Erik the chance to fulfill his passion each day. Stationed at Montgomery Aviation, the outfit provides fellow enthusiasts with services such as flight training, rental aircraft, and maintenance for personally owned planes. Newcomers to the field can get a taste of the open skies via a discovery flight, which places them next to an expert pilot for short loops through Montgomery airspace.
4521 Selma Hwy.
Montgomery,
AL
US
The 120-acre Huntsville Botanical Garden is a year-round source of botanical bounties, with horticulture-loving visitors able to spy an array of gorgeous plants, from Japanese cedar in the winter to daylilies in the summer. Plant perusers can learn medicinal uses of common plants in the herb garden, practice whistle harmonies with the nature trail's melodious bird population, or write haikus about their devotion to limericks in the new Washio Ishii bonsai display. Junior leaf-hunters grab the spotlight in the 2-acre children's garden, filled with eight different activity stations, including fossil displays, a real Space Station node, and a bamboo musical garden. And until February 28, visitors are encourage to bring their dogs for the “Dog Days of Winter” festival, when their four-legged friends can pounce around the “No Leash Zone,” take a couple doggie classes, or explain the science of photosynthesis by barking the periodic table.
4747 Bob Wallace Ave SW
Huntsville,
AL
US
On October 4th, Soul Survivor will transform the sleepy town of Forsyth, Georgia into a ghost town for a 5K race. The race begins at 8 p.m. after participants are each issued a t-shirt and an ominous flashlight. As they run through the haunted streets, they could encounter the frighteningly realistic zombies that Soul Survivor is known for or the ghosts of marathoners past come back to claim first place.
124 Shell Toomer Pkwy.
Auburn,
AL
US
Wills Creek Vineyards and Jules J. Berta Vineyards are both nestled amid pristine Alabama hillsides. The sandy soils and high elevation of the local mountains foster a exemplary environment for growing delicate, flavorful grapes that the vineyards turn into luscious wines. Let the wine experts at Wills Creek find the perfect pairing for your upcoming menus during complimentary tastings, or enjoy a glass of wine and a cheese board on the winery's deck. Jules J. Berta offers a number of varietals for sampling, including Merlot, Riesling, and Born Dixie sweet muscadine wine. In addition to the tastings, Wills Creek hosts special events and offers regular winemaking classes, and you can find Jules J. Berta's wines in a variety of local stores.
10522 Duck Springs Road
Attalla,
AL
US
Corn stalks rustle mysteriously around guests as they tiptoe warily through Stalk!, Deadwood Hollow’s haunted corn maze, setting an ominous scene straight out of a horror film. As an oscillating spotlight sends its rays sweeping across the 4.2-acre cornfield, casting angular shadows on the ground, a procession of dark-eyed, blood-splattered zombies pursues passersby in an effort to dine on their gray matter or read position papers on the unflattering ways in which their brethren are portrayed in popular culture. This demon-possessed setting is complemented by Deadwood Hollow’s Haunted Trail, a spine-tingling path through the woods. As guests creep further into the ever-darkening forest, they’re greeted by the ghastly symptoms of a coming apocalypse, presenting them with a landscape more psychologically fearsome than a Rorschach test conducted by Dr. Frankenstein.
1358 County Hwy 130
Killen,
Alabama
US
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