Fort Mitchell Historic Site

Fort Mitchell Historic Site

Fort Mitchell

Features a reconstruction of the 1813 fort that was an important United States military post in the Creek War. It includes a visitors center, museum, a diorama of different eras, a collection of historic carriages in the Carriage House, a restored 19th Century log home and the cemetery of Alabama's 1st territorial delegate to the US House of Representatives and the 1st member of the US House - John Crowell. The site also features the Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center, which features a ceremonial sacred Fire Sculpture of the Creek Nation. On site is the Trail of Tears monument.

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    • 561 Alabama 165
    • Fort Mitchell, AL 36856


    Fort Mitchell is located in the Tuskegee & Phenix City Area of the South Alabama Region

    Hours of Operation

    Fridays from 11 to 5, Saturdays from 10 to 5, and Sundays from 12 to 5

    Payments Accepted

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