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Built in 1850s by Dr. Brownfield, one of Opelika's first physicians. Example of Greek Revival to Victorian Gothic transition. Moved to present site, restored. Rental.
CyberZone is a large family entertainment center located in downtown Opelika. We feature a new state of the art Laser Tag system with 6200 square feet of arena with ramps and multiple game types. We also feature the grid arcade, an area with the newest and greatest titles like “the Walking Dead arcade” Jurassic Park” and lots of redemption type games such as Skee Ball and “Quick Drop” CyberZone uses a player card system and all the tickets are put on the game card to use for prizes. We also feature BounceZone our soft play and inflatable area for our younger guests ages 1-6 years. Also introducing the "Replay Cafe", the newest addition to CyberZone, which brings food such as custom order pizzas, snacks and Coke products, it also contains 15 popular retro arcades such as Pac Man, Galaga, and Pinball machines.
Self-guided tour featuring restored depot in Railroad Ave. Historic District. Courthouse square near Victorian homes, specialty shops.
Includes the Opelika Depot, Lee County Courthouse, shops and more.
A unique experience located in downtown Opelika, James Brothers Bicycle shop is a full service bicycle shop that happens to have to fantastic beer. This hole-in-the-wall has 6 beers on draft and a few in bottles and cans. The idea is to create a “hub” for cyclists and the community. The bar features beers from Red Clay Brewing Co., Oskar Blues, some Alabama beers and then some others from within the Southeast. James Bros also sells to-go beers in the form of 32oz “crowlers” (can+growler=crowler) of anything on draft.
Renovated, working courthouse. Beautiful example of 1896 Neoclassical Revival architecture. Located in historic downtown across from Courthouse Square.
10,000 artifacts form fascinating glimpse into east Alabama life. Camp Opelika (WWII POW camp) memorabilia, Roanoke dolls, early recording technology. Special exhibits. The museum was totally restored recently.
The Museum of East Alabama has a large selection of historic items of East Central Alabama.
Now home to the Opelika Chamber of Commerce, the Whitfield-Duke-Searcy Home was built by the John Whitfield family in 1895. They sold the Victorian home to Judge Duke and his family in 1902.
Opelika Muncipal Park features the Rocky Brook Creek, Rocky Brook Rocket and many play structures for children. The park is shady and has picnic tables.
Recently restored to original pre-1920s style, adhering to strict historical standards. Depot houses offices of The Arts Association of East Alabama and Opelika Mainstreet.
This RTJ Golf Trail location offers two 18-hole full-length, championship courses and an 18-hole Short Course of Par 3 holes.
Spring Villa is a 350 acre park with an antebellum house, outdoor volley-ball courts, horseshoe pit, campground, nature trails, open play area, picnic tables and grills among the wooded areas, picnic shelters, and more.
Works by local, regional and nationally known artists. Also concerts by major international orchestras, opera and dance companies, nationally touring Broadway musicals, celebrity entertainers.