Search results for Monroeville And Gee S Bend
A quilting cooperative established in 1966 by a group of African-American women in the community of Rehoboth as an outgrowth of the Civil Rights Movement.
Restored country store. Rolling stock ladders, eclectic merchandise and hunting and fishing supplies.
Antique and gift shop in restored house on historic street. Fabulous selections, unbeatable prices, and a lovely experience.
94-acre lake located three mi. west of AL Hwy. 265. Piney Woods Bird Watchers Tour. Six camp sites for self-contained campers; no water or electric. No tents allowed.
Restored, working water-powered gristmill. Picnic area, barbecue facilities. Miller tools, area history. Gift shop, hiking, blacksmith shop, barn exhibit, cane syrup mill, cabin, carriage house.
A retail gallery featuring art work, sculptures, pottery, woodwork, baskets, jewelry, books and many one-of-a-kind handmade Black Belt products.
Located 4.1 mi. NE of Camden Bypass, off CR 37 on left. Day-use area: swimming, fishing, bicycling. Group pavilions, picnicking, playground areas.
1847 building in continuous use as lodge.
Daily excursions along Alabama River between Camden and Gee's Bend, home of the famous Gee's Bend Quilters.
Located on 22,000-acre Dannelly Reservoir. 9-hole golf course, cottages, campground, picnic area, pavilions, hiking, boating, fishing, play areas.
Family fun park with baseball and softball games, skating, a walking path and a playground.
Travel back 60 million years. See fossils from the Claiborne Bluff. Native American artifacts, steamboat replicas and artifacts. Campground/RV park.
Volkswalk (German for "walk of the people") is 6-mi. walk through town's historic neighborhoods and lake area. Walk box located in the front lobby of Monroeville Police Station.
Names of area writers featured on fountain.
Walk the town where Harper Lee and Truman Capote grew up in the 1930s. One-our self-guided walking tour begins at Old Courthouse Museum.
Over 90 different roses maintained by Garden Club. Gazebo used for weddings & other functions.
Park in downtown fountain area featuring a historical marker about Monroeville and murals by Semmes artist featuring scenes from "To Kill a Mockingbird."
1820s historic building, moved from Claiborne in late 1800s. Gen. Lafayette addressed citizens here.
Located in a restored post office featuring home furnishings, accessories, fabric, antiques, and flooring.
Country store. Everything from food and hunting supplies to oil and gas products.
Home of Travis, who later became hero at Alamo.
Established in 1903 by the United Presbyterian Church of North America, school was site of broom factory, brickworks and sawmill. Students raised much of their own food.