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Located in the heart of downtown's entertainment district, the renovated art house theater is home to the city's "fine purveyors of independent film."
Construction began before the Civil War and was completed in 1869 for this facility. In the 1880's, it was known as the "Crossroads of the Southeast". Cross Plains Depot and Museum are on the National Register of Historic Places
Built in 1887 by one of Anniston's founding fathers. This modified Swiss chalet was build for Samuel Noble's parents..
Restored Pueblo-style stucco building contains displays of vintage railroad-related items. Exit 308, turn left on 278, left on 1st Ave. SE, go 4 blocks.
The Cullman Warehouse District is located in the very heart of the city. Having been recently refurbished, the old stockrooms now host Cullman's finest shopping and dining experience. With new stores opening up regularly, you are sure to find a wide variety to feed all your senses.
Second Home of the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio for over 25 years
Dedicated to the Dale County Confederate soldiers who fought in the Civil War.
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.
DeBardeleben Park is located in historic downtown Bessemer, Alabama. It's a beautiful 4 block park with green grass, trees for shade, gazebo, picnic tables, and historic statue.
Self-guided walking tour of Decatur's Civil War sites. Brochures available at Visitors Center, Old State Bank and Bank Street merchants.
Brick doll house built over 4-year-old's grave with fireplace/toys.
Historic home built in 1851 by Rev. Robert Donnell, founder of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Later housed a school and school principals. Tours available.
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."
The Cultural Arts Center is home to several local arts organizations including Southeast Alabama Community Theatre, Tri-States Community Orchestra, Spark Community Theatre, Providence Christian School Drama Department. We, along with these organizations, host many theatre, dance, music, and visual arts classes and performances throughout the year.
Built in 1915, represents important cultural influence in the area. Theatrical productions, ballets and symphony performances held at this landmark.
Honors Cherokee Chief Doublehead, who guarded the local area claimed as sacred hunting grounds by both the Cherokee and Choctaw Nations.
Home to array of specialty shops, restaurants and night spots, plus Tiger Trail of Auburn and Toomer's Corner, a mid-1800s drugstore.
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.
Walk the town where Harper Lee and Truman Capote grew up in the 1930s. One-our self-guided walking tour begins at Old Courthouse Museum.
Self-guided tour featuring restored depot in Railroad Ave. Historic District. Courthouse square near Victorian homes, specialty shops.
Six-ft. statue of Dr. Carver, inventor of more than 300 uses for peanuts.
Dred Scott was brought to Huntsville as a slave in 1818 and lived in Alabama for 12 years. U.S. Supreme Court denied him citizenship.
An early free black church, it was organized in 1870 by Thomas Glenn, a prominent area minister of the post-Civil War era. It is noted for its high degree of craftsmanship.
This memorial garden to singer Eddie Kendricks of the Temptations features a bronze sculpture of Kendricks by Tuskegee artist Ron McDowell, as well as sculptures of the other Temptations set into a granite wall.