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Historic Sites

Alabama Capitol
Montgomery, Alabama

Completed in 1851, this National Historic Landmark is a museum of state history and pol

Alabama Historic Theatre
Birmingham, Alabama

The Alabama Theatre was built in 1927 by Paramount Studios as an Alabama showcase for P

American Village
Montevallo, Alabama

Actors in period dress recreate the fervor and excitement of Revolutionary America amon

Autauga County Heritage Association
Prattville, Alabama

Residents of Autauga County, Ala., can go to the ACHA museum to research family history

Belle Mont Mansion
Tuscumbia, Alabama

Magnificently sited on a commanding hilltop, Belle Mont is one of early Alabama’s crown

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Birmingham, Alabama

The many exhibits on display at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute enlighten visitor

Birmingham Jefferson History Museum
Birmingham, Alabama

Jefferson County was founded in 1819.

Burritt On The Mountain
Huntsville, Alabama

A Living Museum has been referred to as a "Jewel on the Mountain." Start with Dr.

City Of Foley Train Museum
Foley, Alabama

Located in the old L & N Railroad Depot is Foley's Museum Archives.

Clarke County Historical Museum
Grove Hill, Alabama

Housed in the historic Alston-Cobb house, the Clar

Confederate Memorial Park
Marbury, Alabama

Confederate Memorial Park is the site of Alabama's only Old Sold

Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard
Tuscumbia, Alabama

Out of one hunter's devotion to his faithful coonhound was born the "Key

Doubleday Field
Cooperstown, Alabama

Just two blocks away from the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Doubleday Field is named

Fendall Hall
Eufaula, Alabama

Fendall Hall is one of Alabama’s outstanding Italianate houses and contains elaborate a

Fort Gaines
Dauphin Island, Alabama

Most of the work on the fort was completed by 1861.

Fort Mims
Stockton, Alabama

In 1813, people on America’s southwestern frontier were fearful.

Fort Morgan
Gulf Shores, Alabama

Completed in 1834, Fort Morgan was active during four wars — the Civil War, the Spanish

Fort Toulouse/fort Jackson
Wetumpka, Alabama

Nestled at the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers 15 miles north of Montgome

Demopolis, Alabama

One of America’s finest Greek Revival houses, Gaineswood is a masterpiece.

Helen Keller Birthplace
Tuscumbia, Alabama

Built in 1820 only one year after Alabama became the 22nd State of the Union

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park
Daviston, Alabama

In the spring of 1814, General Andrew Jackson and an army of 3,300 men attacked 1,000 U

Magnolia Grove
Greensboro, Alabama

Nationally significant as the boyhood home of Spanish-American War hero and U.S.

Marengo County Historical Society
Demopolis, Alabama

This society is housed in the Laird Cottage/Geneva Mercer Museum, which interprets the

Monroe County Heritage Museum
Monroeville, Alabama

The Old Courthous

Montgomery Greyhound Bus Station
Montgomery, Alabama

Mob violence that met interracial student bus riders at this station on May 20, 1961 sh

Museum Of East Alabama
Opelika, Alabama

The Museum of East Alabama focuses on the diverse and intriguing history of the region

Museum Of Mobile
Mobile, Alabama

This museum interprets the history of the Mobile Bay Area and Southwestern Alabama.

National Voting Rights Museum
Selma, Alabama

This museum, located at the scene of the "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Alabama, commemorate

Old Cahawba
Selma, Alabama

Cahawba was once Alabama's state capital (1820-1826) and a thriving antebellum river to

Pond Spring/joseph Wheeler Home
Hillsboro, Alabama

Once home to prehistoric Native Americans, Pond Spring is the post-Civil War home of Ge