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Murals in the alleyways of the old Greyhound and Trailways Bus stations depict scenes from when the Freedom Riders were attacked here on May 11, 1961. Freedom Riders Park under development. Greyhound Bus Station: Site of first attack. Near 1031 Gurnee Ave.Trailways Bus Station: Site of second attack. Near 1018 Noble St.
19th- and 20th-century Victorian and Neoclassical business structures. Federal Building made of marble.
General line of antiques. 18th- and 19th-century furniture.
Located at crest of one of Anniston's beautiful mountains. Pro shop, golf supplies, concessions, cart rentals.
Dinosaurs, fossils, mammals in open dioramas. 400-species bird collection, Egyptian mummies, walk-through cave replica, children's discovery room, nature trails, art exhibits, picnicking.
Genealogical research and Civil War records, etc. Anniston Room is collection of local memorabilia. ALABENTON Genealogical Society headquartered in library.
A cooperative gallery of east Alabama artists. Art includes: paintings, fiber art and cards, jewelry, decorative gourds, pottery, clay masks, photography, wood carvings, and furniture.
American West, world wars, Napoleon, Jefferson Davis, Hitler objects. Swords (including one with 1,295 diamonds), sacred and secular Asian art, 19th-century European sculptures.
Stop by our full-service restaurant, pro shop, driving range and practice green. Lessons are available.
Alabama-shaped reflecting pool. Veterans wall with names of 1,208 Alabamians lost in Vietnam. Semi-circular walls with names of all Alabama veterans lost in war.
1890 Norman architecture. 12-ft. Carrara marble altar, alabaster reredos, hand-carved angels and crosses, stained-glass windows, 95-ft. bell tower, 3,000-pipe organ.
Restaurant in Historic building in downtown Anniston. Originally Levi Clark Saloon in 1894. Most remember as Woolworth- Original Maple Floors, warm atmosphere. Casual fine dining. Menu & info available on website classiconnoble.com.
Putting greens, driving range. Golf carts available. Pro shop, lounge, lessons.
Mount Zion Baptist Church was the second black church organized in the Anniston area and is the oldest one still in existence.
Homes built by the founding families of Anniston.
11 lakes, rolling hills and beautiful lush fairways lined with pine trees, driving range, putting green, chipping green, swimming pool and restaurant.
Anniston Civil Rights & Heritage Trail: First two sites include bus station buildings involved in fi rst Freedom Rider attacks.
Museum spotlights Civil Rights in Anniston and offers a guided tour of the 1961 Bus Burning. See photos of Freedom Riders and first Student Government Association presidents.
Driving tour. Two-story, Queen Anne Victorian homes (1880s-1890s) centered around Tyler Square Park. Only intact Victorian neighborhood in Anniston.
This district developed as a secondary business district for the African American community and served as site of a social center, meeting hall, vaudeville and movie theater, doctor's office, and a hotel.
Sample selections of fine wines, including French hybrid reds and whites, blueberry, peach, and muscadine. Also, see beautiful flower garden.
19th- and 20th-century Victorian residences.
Century-old carriage house. Larry K. Martin gallery: paintings, print editions, collectibles by this nationally known artist. Subjects: wildlife, Southern themes, African animals, patriotism.