Search results for Fayette
Built for $30,000 in 1899 for vault space to adequately protect records, which are still intact since formation of the county. Self-guided tour available. Pictured on cover of Alabama Architecture.
180-acre fishing lake located 4.5 miles southeast of LaFayette. Stocked with bream, bass, crappie, catfish, carp. Camping available (self-contained campers and tent camping). Picnic pavilion, call for fee.
Museum housed in historical (1833) Lafayette train depot, which was the hub of activity in the county seat. Museum houses items of county history.
3,900-piece collection. Gallery devoted to following folk artists: Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Sybil Gibson, Benjamin Perkins, Wanda Teel. Mainstream art includes pieces from Blount Collection.
On Oct. 28, 1928, first can of Golden Eagle Syrup was produced in Fayette by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Patterson. Since then, Golden Eagle has become a favorite of generations.
Historic memorabilia, Civil War uniforms, extensive collection of train tracks with model trains, etc.
See statue of boxing great Joe Louis who was born in Lafayette, and visit Chambers County Museum nearby to see related exhibit and other memorabilia.