Decatur: Attractions and more...
Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts presents an assortment of exceptional cultural events. Rhodes Ferry Park is known for the community concerts held there each Monday evening. The concert showcases the area musicians.
The Old State Bank is an epitome of Decatur's glorious history. The Carnegie Visual Arts Center is for promoting and preserving one of the city’s eminent historical buildings.
The three main historic districts of special interest are the MAK named for the three roadways it includes - McDonough, Adams and Kings Highway, the Clairemont which runs from Maediris Drive in the north to Hunter Street and Commerce Drive in the south and the Ponce de Leon Court.
The North Alabama Birding Festival, the Southern Wildlife Festival, the Battle for Decatur Civil War Reenactment and the Racking Horse Spring Celebration are the special events that showcase Decatur’s community spirit and city’s heritage.
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