Search results for Demopolis
Built 1832 by slaves. Corinthian columns grace drawing room. Restored one-room log house on grounds. Museum gift shop, Canebrake Craft Corner next door. Historic house museum.
Full-service marina. In-water and dry storage for boats. Restaurant and motel on-site.
Public boat landing ramp; tent and trailer camping area; 54 sites; comfort station; sewer hookups; 50 Amp service; drinking water; picnic areas and bank fishing.
The site is owned and operated by the Alabama Historical Commission and is the most unique antebellum mansion in the state. Visit and see domed ceilings, ornate plasterwork, columned and galleried rooms and original furnishings. You might here a few ghost stories too at this National Park Service National Historic Landmark.
Restored c. 1870 residence/cottage with Greek Revival/Italianate style. Museum houses history and works of Geneva Mercer, artist, sculptor and Marengo Co. native.
Built from 1850 to 1853. Greek Revival residence. Historic house museum, and available for special events.
Located on Hwy. 43 one mile south of Hwy. 80 at the Sports-Plex. Well-stocked pro shop and concessions. Tee time not required.