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19th- and 20th-century Victorian and Neoclassical business structures. Federal Building made of marble.
Murals in the alleyways of the old Greyhound and Trailways Bus stations depict scenes from when the Freedom Riders were attacked here on May 11, 1961. Freedom Riders Park under development. Greyhound Bus Station: Site of first attack. Near 1031 Gurnee Ave.Trailways Bus Station: Site of second attack. Near 1018 Noble St.
A true intermodal facility, the depot is also served by the city’s bus system and acts as the interchange point for all lines. Amtrak Crescent line stops daily,
1935 Old Hunt School, 1912 Rice Church, Smith's Country store, Elvin Light Museum, grist mill, blacksmith shop and club demonstration home. Structures (1880s to 1930s) preserved with authentic furnishings. $5 fee for Christmas in the Village.
Arkwright Heritage Area in Shelby County Highway 62, before Vincent
Beautiful Historical House located on six acres. Special events or groups may call for Dining arrangements in our beautiful Garden Room. 205-780-5656
Arlington is the last standing antebellum home in the City of Birmingham. It is available for tours, weddings, receptions, luncheons, dinners, and garden parties.
Established in 1903 by the United Presbyterian Church of North America, school was site of broom factory, brickworks and sawmill. Students raised much of their own food.
Centered around beautiful Samford Park, Revivalist-style buildings date from 1850s to early 1900s. Historic buildings include University Chapel, Samford Hall, Hargis Hall, Langdon Hall.
Historical marker located on corner of "America's First Crossroads" at Autauga and Academy Sts. The 1896 house is perfect for weddings, receptions, luncheons, reunions, and more.
Landscaped garden of 125 miniature replicas of biblical structures and world-famous buildings, built by Brother Joseph, a Benedictine monk.
Br. Joseph Zoettl - His dream brought him to America to become a monk; his vision created a work of art to inspire the world.
Dedicated to Army aviators, whose gallantry and devotion to duty ensure America's freedom.
Located in the very heart of downtown Bay Minette stands the Baldwin County Courthouse. It has a "unique' place in Baldwin County history...
1937 reproduction of Davanzati Palace courtyard (Florence, Italy). Orchestra/balcony sections decorated as Mediterranean courtyard. Opened April 12, 1938. Renovated 1976 for live theatrical use.
City's first separate black community cemetery. Four-acre site contains more than 500 marked graves. Oldest grave dates to 1879.
1835 Greek Revival mansion. Built by wealthy planter/businessman. Later owned by Hungarian immigrant. Restored, beautifully furnished as historic house museum.
Greek Revival house and gardens located in historic downtown Tuscaloosa.
Compton Clock Tower serves as the latest edition to the historic downtown Bay Minette, AL
Located in downtown Bay Minette, this historical marker can be found in front of the Baldwin County Courthouse.
Once a Baptist church, this beautiful building now serves as home to the Bay Minette public library.
Park honors military veterans. Planted with 67 live oak trees (one for each county) in the shape of Alabama, with sidewalks running like rivers through the park.
Jefferson Palladian architecture. Brick, U-shaped structure built 1828-32. One of state's first great plantation houses. Design strongly suggests Thomas Jefferson influence.