Bluff Hall

Bluff Hall


Built by slaves in 1832, the hall was Allen Glover's wedding gift (10 years after the wedding) to his daughter and son-in-law Francis Strother Lyon. Corinthian columns grace the drawing room; a unique in-house kitchen is filled with period implements; an extensive period clothing collection is displayed throughout the house. Be sure to visit the museum gift shop, Canebrake Craft Corner, next door which features the work of area artists and craftsman, and Southern authors and books. MCHS cares about community health, and welcomes you for a safe, educational, and fun tour! COVID guidelines for touring: • small groups of the same party, limited to 4 per tour at this time • guests will social distance 6’ from the tour guide at all times • tour guide and guests are required to wear masks at all times • hand sanitizer is provided when guests enter and required to be used upon entering

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    • 407 North Commissioners Avenue, Demopolis, AL 36732, USA
    • Demopolis, AL 36732


    Demopolis is located in the Tombigbee River Valley Area of the Central Alabama Region


    $5 adults; $3 students, including college students with current ID

    Hours of Operation

    Open Tu-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 2-5; closed major holidays

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