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Pioneer Museum of Alabama

The Pioneer Museum of Alabama Luverne is a museum located in Luverne, Alabama that preserves the history of the town and surrounding area. The museum has a collection of artifacts from the Civil War era to present day, as well as a variety of exhibits exploring different aspects of local history. Visitors can explore the museum's collection by browsing through its galleries or by taking one of its many tours. The museum is open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm, and admission is free.

18.14 miles away

Downtown Square Troy, AL

The Downtown Square in Troy, Alabama is a museum that is dedicated to the history of Troy and the surrounding area. The museum has a variety of exhibits that cover everything from the Civil War to local music. There are also several interactive displays that allow visitors to learn more about Troy's heritage. The Downtown Square is open daily from 9am to 5pm, and admission is free.

19.09 miles away

Troy Arboretum

The Troy Arboretum is located in Luverne, Minnesota. The arboretum has a variety of trees and plants, including American elm, Basswood, Birch, Blue Spruce, Buckeye, Cherry Blossom, Chestnut Oak, Crabapple, Dogwood, Elm, Goldenrod, Green Ash, Hemlock, Honeylocust, Juniperus communis 'Lobster Claw', Locust Tree (Gleditsia triacanthos), Magnolia grandiflora 'Red Bud', Maple (Acer platanoides), Mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa), Norway Maple (Acer platanoides), Olive (Olea europaea), Pecan (Carya illinoinensis), Poplar (Populus deltoides), Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana), Red maple (Acer rubrum), Serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia), Southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora ssp. australis), Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) and White Pine (Pinus strobus). There are also several ponds and a children's play area.

19.44 miles away

Hank Williams Museum

The Hank Williams Museum in Luverne, Texas, is dedicated to the country music icon and one of the most popular figures in American history. The museum contains a vast collection of memorabilia from Williams' life and career, including personal items such as clothes and guitars. There are also exhibits on his music and his impact on American culture. The museum is open daily from 9am to 5pm, and it's well worth a visit for anyone interested in Hank Williams or country music.

27.62 miles away

Frank Jackson State Park

Located in Luverne, Minnesota, Frank Jackson State Park is an excellent spot for a day of outdoor recreation. The park features a variety of trails that will take you on a scenic journey through the forest. There are also several campsites available to stay at, making it the perfect place to spend a weekend camping. If you're looking for something a little more strenuous, the state park also has a number of hiking trails that will challenge your endurance.

29.98 miles away

Horseshoe Lumber Company

The company is headquartered in Luverne, Minnesota, and employs about 40 people. It produces lumber for the construction industry. The company also sells lumber to retailers and homebuilders. Horseshoe Lumber Company has a large inventory of lumber that it can quickly produce products from.

The company ships its products to various parts of the United States and internationally. Horseshoe Lumber Company participates in several community events and supports local charities.

30.08 miles away


If you're looking for a challenging climb, look no further than Luverne, Minnesota. Located in the Red River Valley, the city has more than 20 climbs to choose from for both novice and experienced climbers.

The Climbing Wall of Luverne is a great place to start if you're new to climbing. It's got a wide variety of routes that will challenge even the most experienced climber. The wall is also kid-friendly, so you can take your little ones on some fun climbs without having to worry about them getting too scared. If you're an experienced climber looking for something new to conquer, head over to the Big Woodcliff Climbing Area. This area has dozens of routes up high on cliffs and wooded hillsides. You'll have plenty of opportunities to test your skills and see how far you can push yourself.

No matter what your level of climbing experience is, there's sure to be a perfect climb waiting for you in Luverne. So pack your climbing gear and get ready to have some fun!

32.50 miles away

Lowndes Interpretive Center

The Lowndes Interpretive Center in Luverne, Minnesota offers visitors a chance to learn about the area's history and natural resources. The center has exhibits on the local flora and fauna, as well as on the area's mining and logging industries. There is also a theater that shows movies about the area.

45.45 miles away

The The Rutledge Inn is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Luverne hotel today!

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