The tulip is a symbol of spring’s arrival. Alabama is home to Hubert Family Tulips (Hubert Farms), a new tulip farm where we can celebrate spring and the beauty that comes with it. To learn all about Hubert Family Tulips, and these beautiful tulips in Alabama, take a look below.

What do you think? Do you plan to visit Alabama’s newest tulip farm this spring? Let us know in the comments where you like to go to enjoy tulips in Alabama.

Alabama’s Birmingham Botanical Gardens is another place you can take a stroll through beautiful flowers this spring. Be sure to take a look at even more beautiful tulip fields in Alabama at this admission-free botanical garden in Birmingham. It is the perfect day trip destination.

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Spring festivals in Alabama

What are some spring festivals in Alabama?

Springtime in Alabama is a time to celebrate. And these spring festivals are a fun way to do so. Whether it is a tulip festival in Alabama or a music festival that speaks to your soul, come celebrate with us. Here are a few spring festivals in Alabama to attend this year:

  • Bob Sykes BBQ & Blues Festival, Bessemer, AL: There is nothing better than some fantastic Alabama BBQ and live music. This event at the end of April at DeBardeleben Park brings the whole town together for good eats and country blues. Be sure to bring your bib.
  • Cahaba Lily Festival, West Blocton, AL: In mid-May head to this delightful outdoor festival near the river celebrating these delicate white blooms. The Cahaba Lily Center also has a storytelling session on the last afternoon. A popular place to find these lilies is the Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Alabama Medieval Fantasy Festival, Greenville, AL: Saddle up your dragon and head to this delightful Renaissance festival in Greenville. The festival happens in the first week of March each year. Enjoy jousting, medieval costumes, plays, food, and crafts fit for a king.
  • Chinese Lantern Festival, Huntsville, AL: This celebration of light and wonder takes place from the end of March until mid-May. It is a wonderful celebration of Chinese art and culture that will delight you with creative animals, flowers, and stunning designs all lit up with vibrant colors and light.


If you are looking for even more festivals, here are nine of the best small-town festivals in Alabama. Make sure you put your favorite one's on our to-do list this year.

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