Florence, Muscle Shoals Multi-Attraction Pass

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Save and do more as you explore these attractions located in The Shoals, a collection the four great cities of Florence, Tuscumbia, Sheffield and Muscle Shoals. What's Included: - Muscle Shoals Sound Studios - Helen Keller Birthplace/Ivy Green - Frank Lloyd Wright - Rosenbaum House - Belle Mont Mansion - Alabama Music Hall Of Fame - Florence Indian Mound And Museum - W. C. Handy Home And Museum - Florence Indian Mound And Museum Operating hours are subject to change, please confirm before visiting.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Alabama Tourism

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Muscle Shoals Sound Studio

A tourist attraction by day and a working studio at night, Muscle Shoals Sound has produced hundreds of hit records. Artists that have recorded in the studio include the Rolling Stones, Paul Simon, Chris Stapleton, Bob Seger and scores more.

Duration: 3 hour

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Helen Keller's Birthplace was build in 1820 by Helen's grandfather David Keller, the main house is of Virginia cottage construction. The school house that Annie Sullivan took Helen away from her parents still remain next to the main house and the water pump where she learned her first word water in located in the back yard. Much of the Keller furniture still remains in the home. As guest arrive they will be given a guided tour by one of the docents . The average guest spends about 45 mins touring the home and beautiful grounds.

Duration: 3 hour

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An American architectural treasure, this house was built for newlyweds Stanley and Mildred Rosenbaum of Florence, Alabama, in 1939. The house is the only structure designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the state of Alabama, and one of the only such houses in the southeast that is open to the public. Wright's Usonian design (named for the United State of America) was offered as a low-cost home for middle income families. This house sits on a two-acre lot, very near downtown Florence and facing the Tennessee River. This treasure, meticulously preserved, is now a museum, open to the public .

Duration: 3 hour

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Belle Mont Mansion is a historic house-museum that was constructed circa 1828.

Duration: 3 hour

Stop At: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

We incorporate every genre of music as well as every area of the field of music in our museum, honoring music achievers from the great state of Alabama. Music actually got its start right here in Alabama with some of the greatest, most well known singers, songwriters, bands, producers, managers and recording studio's all having strong ties to Alabama.

Duration: 3 hour

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The large earthen mound known as the Florence Indian Mound was the heart of a large prehistoric cultural center that dominated this section of the Tennessee River Valley thousands of years ago. Walk up the mound to reflect on those that lived and celebrated on this important high ground. Visit the museum to see the collection of American Indian relics found in area, with chronological displays and explanations of artifacts from Paleo to Historic periods. This site is very important  to numerous Southeastern indigenous  tribes  who assert an ancestral connection with those who built and occupied Alabama’s ancient mounds

Duration: 3 hour

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We are a non-profit group promoting the Legacy of W. C. Handy ("Father of the Blues") through his birth-home, and donated memorabilia, and community library.

Duration: 3 hour

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The large earthen mound known as the Florence Indian Mound was the heart of a large prehistoric cultural center that dominated this section of the Tennessee River Valley thousands of years ago. Walk up the mound to reflect on those that lived and celebrated on this important high ground. Visit the museum to see the collection of American Indian relics found in area, with chronological displays and explanations of artifacts from Paleo to Historic periods. This site is very important  to numerous Southeastern indigenous  tribes  who assert an ancestral connection with those who built and occupied Alabama’s ancient mounds

Duration: 3 hour
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