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Enjoy stories of the area's early settlers and prominent families as you walk through history at the Old City Cemetery. Founding fathers, war veterans and others buried here.
Nature trails, volleyball, boat ramps, two softball fields, fishing, picnic areas, comfort station. Primitive camping and two pavilions available for fee. Drinking water, drink machine.
Family entertainment park featuring two jungle golf courses, adult & rookie go-karts, water gun bumper boats, baseball and softball batting cages, arcade and snack bar.
Third-generation family business is one of the largest and oldest privately owned antique shops in the state. American and European furniture, glassware, porcelain, quilts and paintings.
Declared "Mother Church" of AME denomination in Alabama. State's oldest AME church. Originally organized as Colored Methodist Church in 1877.
Night skies shown as they appear in-season. Constellations, related mythology.
Rose, herb, daylily, camellia, native azalea, hybrid azalea, hydrangea, meditation, wedding, butterfly gardens, and Koi Ponds. Demonstration gardens, nature trail, wooded areas, 1-acre pond.
Honoring veterans of all five armed services branches. 40-ft.-diameter five-point star, five walking lanes. Huey helicopter display. M101A1 Towed Howitzer.
Dedicated to Army aviators, whose gallantry and devotion to duty ensure America's freedom.
World's only monument to a pest. Boll weevils devoured two-thirds of Coffee County's 1915 cotton crop, forcing local farmers to diversify and prosper.
Handcrafted shea butter and goat milk soaps and lotions. Skin-friendly products for men and women. Experience the luxury.
Multipurpose field and sports complex. Lighted walking trails, children's playground area, scenic lake with wooden bridge, picnic table, pavilion, and splash pad.
Schoolhouse replica is letter-perfect, with desks, schoolbooks, chalkboards, pot-bellied stove and other nostalgic reminders of rural American schools.
Boarding stable with camping and more than 50 mi. of riding trails. Horse stalls and trailer parking available.
A 640-acre facility offering full range of recreation activities, including swimming, boating, camping, volleyball, basketball, and hiking. Pavilion and beaches.
Beautiful military course open to public. Lighted driving range.
Largest collection of Army helicopters, airplanes, and unmanned aircraft in the country. Features artifacts, photos, video kiosks and films. Extensive archives, gift shop, and tours.
Rolling, championship course. Fun for beginner; challenging to experienced golfers. "Best Kept Secret in Wiregrass." Senior scramble Th 8:30. New "Upstairs Grill" open daily at 11. Complete bar.
Beautiful, well-maintained and challenging. No tee times required.
Built in 1907 by Dr. Howell, who operated his medical practice here. Large columns, full basement. 11 rooms and 4 baths. Gazebo on grounds.
Stone marker describing only Civil War actions in Wiregrass area: Skipperville in 1864, and Newton one month before the war ended in 1865.
Building was girls' dormitory of Baptist Collegiate Institute (estab. 1895). Now houses public library, town hall, and agriculture museum. Tour on your own.
Only post-secondary institution with primary mission of preparing aviation technicians. Tour facilities, observe students working on variety of aircraft and aviation equipment.
Memorial plaques to two U.S. Congress representatives: Henry B. Steagall, George W. Andrews. Carillon/tower recognizes personnel who served at Fort Rucker since 1942.
Constructed 1852 using fat, light-wood stumps for its foundation. Board shingles split by hand. Wooden pulpit, original benches.
Dedicated to the Dale County Confederate soldiers who fought in the Civil War.
100-year-old building. Art gallery, studio spaces. Original embossed tin ceiling and display cases. Display of 50s and 60s clothes. Ongoing art shows.
American and European antique furniture and collectibles.