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Welcome to the Tuscaloosa Fairfield Inn! We are conveniently located near the University of Alabama, the DCH Regional Medical Center, and Mercedes Benz. Our hotel is also near many local attractions, such as Bryant-Denny Stadium (Roll Tide!) and the Kentuck Museum and Festival.
Fairfield Inn by Marriott Tuscaloosa is the ideal hotel for you! We look forward to accommodating travelers in the most spacious guest rooms in the area.
Our front desk staff is able to assist you in finding nearby restaurants, attractions, and events. Don’t hesitate to ask; we want to make your stay with us a pleasant one.
Gather with business associates to finalize plans or visit with friends and family in our vibrant lobby area.
Relax from a hard day of travel while surrounded by beautiful flora on our outdoor patio.
Tuscaloosa's Riverwalk is a four mile walking or biking trail along the beautiful Black Warrior River. It includes a couple of nice parks and the boat launch of the Bama Belle. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
The President's Mansion is a historic Greek Revival style mansion on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. It has served as the official residence of university presidents ever since its completion in 1841. The mansion narrowly avoided destruction during the American Civil War, making it one of the oldest surviving buildings on campus today. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
Paul W. Bryant Museum
The Paul W. Bryant Museum is located on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Founded in 1985, the museum was opened in 1988 to house the history of Alabama football, with special emphasis on the legendary coach, Bear Bryant. The Museum is open daily from 9am to 4pm. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
Alabama Museum of Natural History
Experience the natural diversity of Alabama through exhibits from the Age of Dinosaurs, the Coal Age, and the Ice Age. View the extensive displays and explore the Alabama Museum of Natural History housed in historic Smith Hall, one of the finest examples of Beaux-Arts architecture in the region. See the Hodges meteorite, the only meteorite known to have struck a human, and the State Fossil of Alabama: Basilosaurus cetoides. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
Children's Hands-On Museum
Children are encouraged to explore, create and discover every time they visit. Learning through play is what the Museum's exhibits are all about. Three floors and 21 exhibits of fun are waiting for families and school groups. The Museum offers newborns through age 13 a fabulous place just for them! Exhibits, special events, holiday celebrations and parties are always happening at the Children's Hands-On Museum. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center
This architectural showcase, adjacent to Daimler's only U.S. automobile manufacturing plant, brings to life the company's vision – to produce nothing less than the most exceptional automobiles in the world. Much more than a museum, the Visitor's Center exhibits propel people down a multimedia path through the past, present, and future of automobile technology. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
Lake Lurleen State Park
The 1,625-acre park is a scenic lakeside retreat set on the banks of a 250-acre lake. Facilities include a modern campground, picnic area, play area, pavilions, beach with a bathhouse, fishing piers, and boat rentals. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
The Bama Belle is a modern day replica of the grand paddlewheel riverboats which graced the nation's river ways in the early 1900s. Today, you can experience its romantic nostalgia with its sightseeing of the Black Warrior River, dinner cruises and private parties. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
Opening in 1938 and designed by architect David O. Whilldin of Birmingham, the Bama Theatre served as the community's grand movie house. Today the Bama Theatre serves as a performing arts center, live theatrical use, shows award-winning independent films and foreign films. Local artists regularly exhibit in the Junior League Gallery, and dance companies, theatrical troupes, and musical artists perform in the theatre. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.
Bryant-Denny Stadium has been the home of Alabama football since 1929. The Crimson Tide owns an impressive 210-42-3 all-time record at the stadium, and has boasted sellouts at all Tuscaloosa games since 1988. Bryant-Denny Stadium is the fifth-largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference. Tours of Bryant-Denny's North End Zone addition will be available on Tuesdays by appointment only. See the University's website for details. Photo courtesy of the Tuscaloosa CVB.