Art, History, and Culture Abound in Covington County

No matter what your interests may be, Alabama’s culture and arts scene has something for everyone, and Covington County’s offerings shine exceptionally bright. World-class ballet performances, art galleries, history tours, and art walks are just a few ways you can fill a Friday night or relaxing Sunday afternoon.

Covington County knows the arts are beneficial for the economy, too. According to the National Governor Association’s Rural Prosperity Through The Arts & Creative Sector: A Rural Action Guide For Governors And States” (2019):

A robust body of research shows that the creative sector can help state economies thrive. The arts, culture, and creative sectors contribute to a productive business climate, a diversified economic base, a competitive workforce, a desirable quality of life, and an innovation habitat. Such effects have long been documented in urban environments, but a growing body of research points to the power of the creative sector to drive prosperity in rural settings, too . . . the creative sector is providing real economic benefits to America’s rural places.

Arts and Culture

Covington Arts Council Photo

Covington Arts Council

Andalusia Ballet Photo

Andalusia Ballet

Andalusia Mural Trail Photo

Andalusia Mural Trail

Lower Alabama Arts Coalition Photo

Lower Alabama Arts Coalition

Three Notch Museum Photo

Three Notch Museum

The Springdale Estate & Park Photo

The Springdale Estate & Park

Opp Cultural Art Center Photo

Opp Cultural Art Center


Andalusia Ballet performers on stage