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Bluff Hall, a Federal / Greek Revival house museum owned and operated by Marengo County Historical Society, Inc., features an extensive period furniture, art, and clothing collection.
Full-service marina. In-water and dry storage for boats. Restaurant and motel on-site.
Public boat landing ramp; tent and trailer camping area; 54 sites; comfort station; sewer hookups; 50 Amp service; drinking water; picnic areas and bank fishing.
Gaineswood is nationally recognized for its architecture and is called "one of the two or three most important Greek Revival houses" by Smithsonian's Guide to the Deep South: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Visit and see domed ceilings, ornate plaster work, columned and galleried rooms and original furnishings.
Restored c. 1870 residence/cottage with Greek Revival/Italianate style. Museum houses history and works of Geneva Mercer, artist, sculptor and Marengo Co. native.
Built from 1850 to 1853. Greek Revival residence. Historic house museum, and available for special events.
The Marengo County History and Archives Museum tells the history, culture and the people of Marengo County. The museum is located in the Rosenbush Building in Historic Downtown Demopolis.
The City of Demopolis owns and operates this 18 hole public golf course. The Ravine offers a pro shop, putting green and driving range. The course is open 7 days a week until sundown.