3 Most Photographable Spots in Florence—including Graffiti Alley

Graffiti Alley.
Graffiti Alley has some of the coolest Graffiti art EVER Photo Via Daeja Coleman for Bama Buzz.

Every city has its sight to see, but Florence undoubtedly has some magnificent hidden treasures. Whether you live in the area or are planning a visit to the city, get your camera ready because we’ve composed a list of the top 3 most photographable places in Florence.

1. Graffiti Alley

Graffiti Alley is unquestionably the best hidden spot in Florence you’ll find. Located in Downtown Florence on Court Street, Graffiti Alley hides behind several businesses, so the trendy wall art can’t be viewed directly from the street. Upon walking through the Alley, you’ll see various creative art designs. So, if you’re planning a trip to Florence, Graffiti Alley is one wonder that you would not want to miss. Besides, what’s cooler than an entire street dedicated to Graffiti art?

2. McFarland Park

Sitting on the Tennessee River, McFarland Park will have you falling in love with nature. Visiting McFarland makes for a good time of just about anything — relaxing, boating, reading, picnicking or just taking beautiful photos. Only so much of its beauty can be captured in pictures, but when you take your trip to McFarland, you’ll be able to see the breathtaking view for yourself.

3. Florence Harbor Marina/ River Bottom Grille

Just minutes away from McFarland Park, The Florence Harbor Marina is a beautiful setting for those looking to view the Tennessee River. After taking in the gorgeous view of the water, walk the boardwalk to grab dinner from River Bottom Grille, a southern-inspired seafood restaurant that serves all your favorite dishes (and the view makes it even better).

What’s your favorite spot in Florence that has a gorgeous view? Let us know @thebamabuzz.

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