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The Heritage Center features: Congressional Library and Living Room: Honors the incredible story of 111 years of continuous service in the U.S. Congress by 7 men from small towns in Walker County. The Gallery and Dining Room: Serves as the main exhibit changing themes and content approximately every 3 to 4 months. A Tribute to our Military Room: Honoring the sacrifice and dedication of Walker County service men and women. Artifacts in this exhibit change periodically. Tallulah Bankhead Room: Want to know about the life of Tallulah? Well Dahling, come see a collection of her personal and family artifacts. The Walker County Room: Features all types of items from across Walker County celebrating our rich history and bright future. Artifacts in this exhibit change periodically.
Bernards Store For Men, founded in 1940 by Bernard Weinstein, has been a clothing tradition in Jasper for over 70 years.
Congressman 1949-1965. Library Services Act, National Defense Education Act. First Kennedy Profile in Courage Award (1990) for equal rights and opportunities.
Organized 1833. Georgia white marble, stainedglass dome. FDR sat in third row for funeral of Speaker of the House William Brockman Bankhead (1940).
Memorial Park is Jaspers oldest and largest park, located in the historic North Highlands area of the city which includes modern amenities for all its citizens.
Located in the Farmstead community off of Brakefield Dairy Road, the newly paved half-a-mile walking trail is the ideal place to stretch your legs.
Alabama Power hydrogeneration plant located adjacent to beautiful Lewis Smith Lake, which offers a 500-mile shoreline.
163-acre lake. 2-acre pond for children, elderly, handicapped. Stocked with catfish, bluegill, etc. Country store, dock, boat launch, pavilion. Picnic tables around lake. L