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Historical marker located on corner of "America's First Crossroads" at Autauga and Academy Sts. The 1896 house is perfect for weddings, receptions, luncheons, reunions, and more.
Quick Drop offers deer processing, taxidermy, and guided hunting trips of all types. Rustic camp house on site. Call for more details.
Site of the 1813 battle between Creeks led by Red Eagle and American forces under General Claiborne with Pushmataha's Choctaws as allies.
Gallery, located in the RSA Tower downtown, provides an ongoing showcase of the work of Alabama artists in all media.
Oldest state-funded archives in U.S. Historical records and family genealogy. Alabama history museum exhibits.
Home of Alabama's appellate courts, Supreme Court Library, Administrative Office of Courts. Learn about Alabama judicial system and building's architectural features.
A professional non-profit theatre producing wide range of theatrical experiences including Shakespeare, children's shows, world premieres and musicals. Group discounts and travel packages.
Experience more than 150 years of history, art, architecture. Restored chambers: Civil War-era appearance, majestic rotunda. Gift shop.
Alabama's first permanent capital and most famous ghost town. Visitor center, interpretive trails, river and prairie views, historic ruins, accessible nature trail and picnic area.
Unique boutique carrying an assortment of fashion accessories and showcasing an array of eclectic gifts from local Alabama artists. Visit Facebook page: A Touch of New York.
Free-flowing wells produce gallons of sweet, clear water daily. Once there were more than 400 of these wells in Prattville and its vicinity resulting in it being known as "The Fountain City."
Nearly 140,000 sq.-ft. of outdoor excitement including the area's largest selection of fishing, hunting, camping, boating, and marine gear; hiking, backpacking, outdoor cooking equipment; apparel; gift/nature center.
1822 Greek Revival plantation home significant to cultural development of central Alabama. Remarkable circular staircase spirals 24 ft. to 3rd-floor banquet room.
Located on banks of Alabama River. Nut-producing trees produce native-grown sampling. Pavilions, picnicking, fishing, boat ramp.
1st AME church in state (1866). Headquarters during Voting Rights movement. Starting point for Selma-to-Montgomery marchers; All-American Road begins here.
National landmark; symbol of momentous changes. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led marchers across bridge on journey toward voting rights attainment.
Five relocated historic structures: McKinnon-Riggs doctor's office, 1830 Calhoun law office, Siegel servant house, Gillis House, historic pigeon cote.
Brick streets, antique stores, fountains, bridge-tender's house, parks, antebellum St. James Hotel, Old Depot Museum, National Voting Rights Museum.
Experience history of Selma's Voting Rights movement. Pass First Baptist Church, George Washington Carver homes, Brown Chapel AME Church, Martin Luther King, Jr. monument, more.
Driving range, snack bar, complete line of merchandise. Very challenging but golfer-friendly.
Settlement on black-owned property near Route 80 in Lowndes County formed in 1965 for sharecroppers who were kicked off their land for voter registration activity. Tents were set up to accommodate participants of Selma to Montgomery march.
A National Park Service site dedicated to those who marched 54 miles from Selma to the state's capitol in Montgomery for voting rights.
Viola Gregg Liuzzo was driving marchers back to Selma from Montgomery when she was shot and killed on March 25, 1965 by Klansmen in a passing car.
Largest Alabama historic district. Beautiful antebellum Sturdivant Hall. 1,250+ buildings dating from 1820s. Driving tour contains many historic sites (brochures available from Centre for Commerce).
Large collection of French antiques.
Come and visit where the legend Hank Williams is buried.
An excellent stock of fine quality British and continental antiques.
French, English and American antiques.