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Bronze statue sculpted by Robert Wehle. Life-size pointer atop granite base with names of 11 Bullock Co. men in Bird Dog Hall of Fame.
Only second Empire-style courthouse in Alabama. Built in 1871 and patterned after Executive Building in Washington, D.C.
Built in 1897 by Pauly Jail Company and in use until 1979, Victorian Gothic-Syle building has original trapdoor used for hangings.
Step back in time and experience great fall fun in family environment: hay rides, pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals. Also gift shop, concessions.
Guided deer, quail, turkey hunts. Also chukar, pheasant, wild hogs. Fishing, sporting clays and lodge on beautiful, professionally managed plantation.
Walls lined with the history of our Unique little Historic Town... From Indians to Railroads & Cotton
Visit 1850 log cabin moved from its original location in southwest Bullock County, authentically refurbished with period pieces and featuring stone fireplace and chimney.
The Mission of the Tourism Council of Bullock County is "To increase Economic Growth and promote Cultural Heritage and Natural Resources."
Cemetery is the burial site of both Union and Confederate soldiers. It also contains a Confederate monument that was originally located in the city's center.
Built 1911 (opened to patrons Nov. 1912), one of two remaining Carnegie libraries in Alabama still used as a library. Restored 2010. Contains original fixtures, stage furniture.