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Central High, the predecessor of Carver High School, served Gadsden's African-American community from 1934-36. Museum development under way.
Downtown Gadsden Inc. is a nonprofit community partnership dedicated to fostering the economic development of Downtown Gadsden through a comprehensive process of revitalization that seeks to protect, enhance and promote its architecture and historical heritage.
Under gunfire, teenage heroine Emma Sansom guided Gen. Forrest's troops across Black Creek near Gadsden on May 2, 1863.
Built to honor the memory of Etowah Countians who lost their lives during various wars.
To Inform. To Educate. To Inspire.
Constructed 1899. Made from rough-hewn lumber and covered with weathered shingles. Moved to Noccalula Falls Park in 1968.
Outdoor theater offering drama, music and other special events.
Children's Hands-On Museum
Walking trail behind Gadsden Mall.
Little Faces Doll Shop, Located at 412 Broad street in Gadsden, Alabama. We would like to welcome you to come out and set up a time to adopt one of our Lee Middleton newborn babies
America's most colorful 100-mi. scenic drive. Beginning point for 450-mi. Outdoor Sale each Aug.
The Hardin Center includes regional and national touring exhibits in three halls, a 72-foot model of Gadsden with working railroads, summer concerts, special year-round performances and activities, and an on-site restaurant. Imagination Place Children's Museum provides hours of family fun.
Genealogical Library in the oldest Library building in AL
These falls cascade 90-feet over Lookout Mountain ledge into a lush ravine. Home to Gilliland-Reese Covered Bridge, the park features botanical garden, pioneer homestead, nature trails, picnic areas and a year-round campground.
Park contains a 90-foot waterfall, train ride, petting zoo, mini-golf, and botanical gardens.
A full service fly-fishing guide service for Little River Canyon and North Alabama. Orvis dealer with professional rods, reels, waders, shoes for sale.
Situated on beautiful, rolling terrain next to the Talladega National Forest. Courses have waterfall, pine trees and spectacular hilltop views. The short course demands a shot directly over water on 7 of 9 holes.
Spiral, pyramid-shaped lighted monument honors area's citizens and history. Taped messages with area history, national anthem sung by Jeff Cook (of ALABAMA), more.
Championship course winding along Coosa River. Golfers treated to wildlife sanctuaries and animated natural beauty. Finest quality golf experiences.