The state of Alabama (AL), sometimes called “Yellowhammer State” is located in the Southeast of the United-Sates. Its population is estima… Read more
The state of Alabama (AL), sometimes called “Yellowhammer State” is located in the Southeast of the United-Sates. Its population is estimated at nearly 4,8 million. Its official capital-city is Montgomery and the most populated is Birmingham.
There are 4 gaming establishments in AL: the Wind Creek Casino & Hotel of Wetumpka, the Wind Creek Casino & Hotel of Atmore, the Wind Creek Casino & Hotel of Montgomery and the Victoryland Casino of Shorter.
In total, the State features more than 10,000 slot machines and 15 gaming tables. The bets go to $0.01 to $10. Gambling fans will also find 2 greyhound tracks.
The casino of Montgomery is located within a hotel that includes 3 different types of rooms: Deluxe King, Double Queen and Suites. The gaming room features only slot machines boasting not less than 2,200 different games. Visitors will be please to know that 3 restaurants welcome theme 24/7.
The capital-city of the State of AL is Montgomery. The second mots populated city of the State is located along the Alabama River. The city is known worldwide thanks to Rosa Parks, who refused to leave her seat to a white, the 1st of December 1955. The House of Dr Martin Luther King, the Civil Rights Memorial Center or the Rosa Parks Library and Museums are must-see places that upkeep the souvenir of one of the most important times of US. Along the shores of the Alabama River, beautiful walks can be enjoyed all day long. The Powder Magazine Park is pretty nice and allows relaxing. The most popular place along the river remains the Riverfront Park featuring walks, boating, restaurants, bars and nice picnic areas.
As said earlier, the most populated city of Alabama is Birmingham. It gathers many interesting places to visits for any types of visitors. For example, the Barber Vintage Motorsports museum will please the lovers of vintage cars and bikes. There are so many things to see that 4 hours at least is required during a visit here. Ideal for younger and older, the McWane Science Center is another popular place featuring playful experiences, restaurants, an IMAX cinema as well as a hotel. From the Vulcan Park and Museum, there is a stunning panorama of the city. This park includes nice walks, an impressive stature of Vulcan and an interesting museum.
During a stay on Alabama, it is impossible to miss a visit of the Battleship USS ALABAMA situated in the Mobile Bay. This impressive battleship can be visited all day long thanks to useful information given in many languages. The submarine and the museum are the main popular activities.
The nature lovers will be glad to know that a great deal of Natural Parks are located within the State’s boundaries. Many of them allow to camp and enjoy waterfalls, green sceneries, lakes, beaches or even caves. The most popular remain the Gulf State Park, the Wind Creek State Park, the Lake Guntersville State Park or Rickwood Caverns State Park. Fermer
The Victoryland casino of Shorter is located on the Highway 85, a few kilometres at the west of Montgomery. it has reopened after 3 years of closure, in September 2016. I …
8680 Co Rd 40, 36075 Shorter
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