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Landscaped garden of 125 miniature replicas of biblical structures and world-famous buildings, built by Brother Joseph, a Benedictine monk.
Battle of Hog Mountain site. 1904 truss bridge, lattice-style planks, restored 1975. Park with shaded picnic grounds, dogtrot log cabin, grist mill and hiking trails.
Col. John G. Cullman, German refugee, established colony (1873). Home replica houses archaeological society museum. New Civil War Exhibit featuring Cullman's Civil War history.
Restored Pueblo-style stucco building contains displays of vintage railroad-related items. Exit 308, turn left on 278, left on 1st Ave. SE, go 4 blocks.
250+ inside spaces, plus outdoor spaces. Antiques building (10,000+ sq. ft.), country village.
Entertainment for the whole family: miniature golf, go-karts, FUNZONE Express Train, Air It Out (inflatable play area), and state-of-the-art batting cages.
Seventy-acre complex with lighted softball and soccer fields, basketball courts, picnic pavilions, 1.5-mi. fitness trail, water play area and recognition garden.
Buildings were used to distribute groceries. Today, the refurbished stockrooms host Cullman's finest shopping experience for eyewear and other merchandise.
Old-fashioned meat prepared using secret Southern recipes. Wine cellar. Also cheese, honey, jams, grits, salad dressings and more.
The park offers 9 cabins, 164 full-service sites, 35 water & electric, 61 tent sites, pavilions, playgrounds, pool with slide, fishing pier and boat launch.
Since 1969, this family business has grown into one of the largest architectural salvages in the nation. Stained-glass, mantles, flooring, doors, hardware and more.
County-operated park featuring fishing, Putt-Putt golf, playground, hiking trails, picnic area, pavilions, paddle boats, train. Multi-use paved trail and 4.7-mi. mountain bike trail. Veterans Memorial Park. 12 camp sites with newly remodeled bathhouse.
45 mins. from Birmingham & Huntsville, just off I-65 Exit 110. Crenshaw bent grass green, with Tift 419 fairways. Driving range, golf shop and clubhouse.
Original art of all kinds, handcrafted furniture and decor, jewelry and gifts as well as some unique antiques, vintage and curiosity items.
German nutcrackers, Bavarian steins, tin toys, Austrian crystal, Christmas ornaments, candies, German cuckoo clocks, Blue Delft, Reuge music, Russian nesting dolls, Steiff , Fontanini and Breyer.
Cullman's oldest home. Wood-frame structure was home to Dr. Weiss' family. Also served as his medical office; cellar housed his goats. 19th-century furnishings.
Outfitting for fly-fishing, biking, camping, canoeing, mountaineering, birding. Wide variety of camping foods. Unique shopping with specialty clothing for men and women.