Discover the best things to do in Tuscaloosa

As the home of the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa is a year-round destination for Crimson Tide fans from across the globe. Our Country Inn & Suites hotel is conveniently situated near I-20/59 and I-359, allowing quick commutes to the campus and other local attractions. Catch a show at The Bama Theatre, or enjoy a charming dinner cruise on the Bama Belle riverboat. If you're in town to cheer on the Crimson Tide, enjoy a pregame meal in Midtown Village, and then make your way to Bryant-Denny Stadium, which is just minutes from the hotel. Here for a business trip? You can easily reach companies like Michelin, Faurecia, Phifer and The Westervelt Company.
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Bama Theatre

3.99 mi / 6.42 km from the hotel
This popular downtown theater blends nostalgic design with modern artistic expression. Contact the theater box office for tickets to a theatrical performance, a musical concert or an art house film screening.

Bryant-Denny Stadium

3.38 mi / 5.44 km from the hotel
Home of the University of Alabama's legendary Crimson Tide football program, Bryant-Denny Stadium is located minutes from the hotel.

Jemison-Van de Graaff Mansion

3.52 mi / 5.66 km from the hotel
Originally built as the town house of Senator Robert Jemison, Jr., this Italianate mansion has been expertly restored to reflect its original 1860s appearance, which makes it one of Tuscaloosa's most sought-after wedding and event venues.

Kentuck Art Center

4.93 mi / 7.93 km from the hotel
Spend a leisurely afternoon wandering among spectacular Southern folk art at this community art center.

Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc. Visitor Center

15.86 mi / 25.52 km from the hotel
Schedule a tour of the Mercedes-Benz plant and get a behind-the-scenes look at how they create their acclaimed cars.

Midtown Village

2.11 mi / 3.39 km from the hotel
Designed to provide a pedestrian-friendly retail experience, this popular collection of shops features well-known stores like Ulta, Charming Charlie and Old Navy.