Click here to see a map of Tuscaloosa                              Click here to see a video about the City of Champions

Area Weather: The local Tuscaloosa forecast and conditions from Weather Underground.

Area Restaurants/Clubs: A listing of the local Tuscaloosa area wining and dining..

 Mercedes Benz: Take a tour of the home of the Mercedes M-Class Sport utility vehicle. If you want a tour of the plant, please contact Mercedes at least 2 weeks in advance.

Dreamland BBQ: Everybody who comes to Tuscaloosa wants to taste Dreamland Ribs. Join sports greats, stars, and national figures and eat some ribs and white bread. (includes a map)

University of Alabama: Home of the Crimson Tide and one of the loveliest campuses in the South. While on the campus for the meet, take a stroll under the Druid oaks and enjoy the scenery.

Tuscaloosa Convention and Visitor's Bureau: Here you will find all kinds of information about the Tuscaloosa area, attractions, lodging, restaurants, points of interest, etc.

West Alabama Chamber of Commerce: Tuscaloosa County Visitor's Information

Children's Hands-On Museum: A wonderful place for kids from 2-12 that will stimulate their curiosity. It provides high quality interactive exhibits and programs.

Paul W. Bryant Museum: "Where football season never ends" That's the experience waiting for you at the Paul W. Bryant Museum. Visit the Museum and relive the glory of the Crimson Tide's twelve national championships and the players and coaches that have become football legends. We educate, entertain, and provide many services. Browse our information pages to see what we have to offer!

Movies: Have a little time before or after the meet? Click here for the current movie schedule at all of Tuscaloosa's theaters.

Moundville Archaelogical Park: Experience the wonder of this Mississippian Native American city located just 12 minutes from campus. The annual Native American Festival runs from Sept. 22-26.

Alabama Museum of Natural History: The Grand Exhibition Hall displays fossils, rocks and minerals from the Coal Age, the Age of Dinosaurs and the Ice Age. Also on display is the Hodges meteorite which hit a Sylacauga woman in 1954.

University Mall - The newly-renovated University Mall is located near the University of Alabama and is anchored by Parisian, JC Penney, McRaes, and Sears.

Midtown Village- Midtown Village offers a combination of specialty retail, outdoor cafes and restaurants, entertainment, and residential space.