Search results for Prattville
Unique boutique carrying an assortment of fashion accessories and showcasing an array of eclectic gifts from local Alabama artists. Visit Facebook page: A Touch of New York.
Autauga Creek Walk and Gardens behind City Hall in Historic Downtown Prattville.
Nearly 140,000 sq.-ft. of outdoor excitement including the area's largest selection of fishing, hunting, camping, boating, and marine gear; hiking, backpacking, outdoor cooking equipment; apparel; gift/nature center.
1822 Greek Revival plantation home significant to cultural development of central Alabama. Remarkable circular staircase spirals 24 ft. to 3rd-floor banquet room.
Senator Course: treeless, Irish links style. Legislator: traditional, reminiscent of Pinehurst. Judge: spectacular views of Alabama River.
Located on banks of Alabama River. Nut-producing trees produce native-grown sampling. Pavilions, picnicking, fishing, boat ramp.
Collection of structures from 1800s. Walk through area for flavor of Old Prattville. Creek walk, view of dam, Daniel Pratt buildings. Operating cotton gin factory (cir. 1848) represents industry in Alabama.
Free-flowing wells produce gallons of sweet, clear water daily. Once there were more than 400 of these wells in Prattville and its vicinity resulting in it being known as "The Fountain City."
Building, completed in 1870, is notable example of Italianate mode as applied to Civil War architecture in Alabama. Now used as dance studio & professional photography studio.
Plants identified and enjoyed by scent, giving opportunities to those with limited or no sight. Playground, walking path. Pavilion available for rentals.
Museum dedicated to historical preservation of Autauga Co. Features Daniel Pratt memorabilia, local family history, Civil War room, county artifacts. Limited genealogy information access.
Prattville Creative Arts Center and Gallery is host to art classes and home to the Prattauga Art Guild and an Art Gallery featuring art by local and regional artists.
1st wilderness park inside city limits in U.S. 60-ft. bamboo, trunks 6 inches in diameter. Hundreds of plants varieties. One of Alabama's largest beech trees.