If you haven’t been here lately, you don’t know what you’re missing. This is a true jewel of the Shoals area. Tuscumbia is a bustling town and has a beautiful, historic downtown area, with many small stores that are family owned and operated. This is small-town America at its best. Large businesses also thrive here too, and so there is a good mix. Much of the historic downtown area has been revamped and remodeled over the last few years, bringing to life buildings that have been standing for over a hundred years. We are proud that Robbins Property Development, Inc. has played a major role in this revitalization.
While in Tuscumbia, be sure to visit some of these areas.
Looking for a place to take the kids or to even get away from the kids? Want to relax, listen to the waterfall, and be entertained by the fabulous dancing water? Spring Park is for you. Located in the heart of downtown Tuscumbia, Robbins Property has transformed this park into a scenic beauty you won’t want to miss.
Alabama Music Hall of Fame
The Alabama Music Hall of Fame, which opened in 1990, is dedicated to over 500 musical achievers in all types of music. Rock, rhythm & blues, gospel, country & western, opera, and contemporary are all represented here. The Hall of Fame is the perfect compliment to the Shoals, once known as the “Hit Recording Capital of the World”…
Birthplace of Helen Keller
The Birthplace of Helen Keller, America’s First Lady of Courage, is located in Tuscumbia. Built in 1820, only one year after Alabama became the 22nd State of the Union, Ivy Green is a simple, white clapboard home designed in typical Southern architecture ….
The Belle Mont Mansion is one of Alabama’s most distinguished homes. It is an excellent example of Jeffersonian style architecture of the early American Republic. Constructed in the early 1800’s, the Belle Mont Mansion is known for its high-quality brickwork and contrasting wood trim ….
Natchez Trace Parkway
This scenic highway follows the historic route from Natchez, Mississippi, to Nashville, Tennessee. In Alabama, the Parkway goes through western Colbert County. Maintained by the National Park Service, the Parkway follows the same paths trekked by Davy Crockett and Andrew Johnson.