Finished all the puzzles on your shelves at home? We're bringing the best of The Shoals right to you with a series of interactive digital puzzles. Experience the stunning beauty of the Rosenbaum Home, take in the music history of Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, and picture yourself soaking up the natural beauty of the Shoals from the Railroad Bridge. Stay connected to nature and plan your dream getaway to The Shoals from the comfort of your couch.
How to use digital puzzles:
- Click on the “Play” link or puzzle image of your choosing.
- Puzzles can be played on your phone, tablet, or desktop.
- Drag and drop the pieces to complete the puzzle.
- Send to your friends and compete to see who can complete their puzzle the fastest!
- Hover over the image icon at the top of the puzzle screen to reveal the full image of the puzzle.
- Click the image icon at the top of the puzzle screen to show the full image of the puzzle at all times.
- Reload the puzzle to change the number of puzzle pieces in the setting to decrease (or increase) skill level.
Frank Lloyd Wright-Rosenbaum Home - Play
A genuine work of art—from the floors to the furnishings to the faucets—the Rosenbaum House grows naturally from its surroundings, cascading down a 2-acre lot facing the Tennessee River. It is one of the purest examples of Usonian design (named for the USA) with open floor plans and rooms that naturally flow from one to another. Built in 1939, the same year Wright delivered his treatise on organic architecture, this significant structure is cypress, glass, and brick and still has original hardware and furnishings designed by Wright. Learn more here.
Muscle Shoals Sound Studios- Play
3614 Jackson Highway Recording Studio is the original site of the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was the home of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section also known as the "Swampers."
If these walls could talk, they would tell the stories behind some of the most notable hits throughout the '70s. The studio is pictured on the cover of Cher's 3614 Jackson Highway album cover. A walk through the studio is truly a walk through music history. Learn more here.
The great outdoors- Play
Discover outdoor adventure and reconnect with nature in our parks and nature preserves. It's so easy to escape your everyday stresses and get outdoors here in The Shoals! Learn more here.
Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at the Shoals- Play
The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at The Shoals is home to two 18-hole championship courses and lies between the Wheeler and Wilson dams on the Tennessee River. Wheeler Dam is named in honor of General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Wheeler - the only Confederate General to attain the same rank later in the United States Army. Learn more here.
Tom Hendrix's Wall- Play
In the late 1830s, a young teenage Yuchi girl was living near the Singing (Tennessee) River. Unfortunately, this was also during the Trail of Tears, a dark time in American history when Native Americans were forcibly removed from the Eastern portion of the United States and moved west. This young girl, along with her sister, was discovered by Army personnel and forced to walk to Oklahoma.
In the 1980s, Tom Hendrix, her great-great-grandson, visited the Yuchi people and had her journals translated. He had heard her stories many times and after the trip vowed to honor the great Native American woman. A wall of stones was going to be the memorial and over 30 years later, the monument is truly something to behold. It is the largest un-mortared rock wall in the United States and the largest memorial to a Native American woman. Learn more here.