Alabama
Horseshoe Bend National Military Park was the scene of the bloodiest battle of the Creek Wars.

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park was the scene of the bloodiest battle of the Creek Wars.

HISTORIC SITES & POINTS OF INTEREST IN ALABAMA

Welcome to the great historic sites, points of interest, outdoor adventures, ghosts and mysteries of Alabama!

Just follow the links below to learn more about these great places to see:

4th of July Fireworks in Alabama 2017!

Absalom Pratt House

Alabama Iron and Steel Museum

Alabama State Capitol

Battle of Fort Blakeley

Battle of Columbus (Girard)

Battle of Ebenezer Church

Battle of Fairview

Battle of Fort Blakeley

Battle of Fort Bowyer

Battle of Fort Charlotte

Battle of Hobdy’s Bridge (1837)

Battle of Holy Ground

Battle of Horseshoe Bend

Battle of Mobile Bay

Battle of Newton

Battle of Selma

Battle of Spanish Fort & Fort McDermott

Sunset over Mobile Bay as seen from Fairhope, Alabama.

Sunset over Mobile Bay as seen from Fairhope, Alabama.

Battleship U.S.S. Alabama

Birmingham, Alabama – Historic Sites

Brierfield Ironworks Historical State Park

Cahaba (Castle Morgan) Civil War Prison

Cheaha State Park

Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center

Chattahoochee State Park

Citronelle Surrender (1865)

Coldwater Covered Bridge

Fort McDermott is the best preserved site from the Battle of Spanish Fort, Alabama.

Fort McDermott is the best preserved site from the Battle of Spanish Fort, Alabama.

Columbia, Alabama
Historic Sites & Points of Interest

Columbia’s Historic Churches

Columbia’s Old Jail

Confederate Memorial Park

Creek War of 1813-1814

Dauphin Island

DeSoto Falls

DeSoto State Park

Dome from Alabama’s First State Capitol

Dothan, Alabama
Historic Sites & Points of Interest

The Edmund Pettus Bridge as seen from the front of Edgar Cayce's studio in Selma, Alabama.

The Edmund Pettus Bridge as seen from the front of Edgar Cayce’s studio in Selma, Alabama.

Dothan Area Botanical Gardens

Edgar Cayce in Selma

Eufaula, Alabama – Historic Sites

Face in the Window – An Alabama Ghost

First Capitol of the Confederacy

First Seminole War of 1817-1818

First White House of the Confederacy

Fort Conde

Fort Crawford

Fort Cusseta

The Battle of Ebenezer Church in Alabama was Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest's last fight on ground of his own choosing.

The Battle of Ebenezer Church in Alabama was Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest’s last fight on ground of his own choosing.

Fort Gaines Historic Site

Fort Mims State Historic Site

Fort Mitchell Historic Site

Fort Morgan Historic Site

Fort Payne‘s Old Fort

Fort Payne, Alabama
Historic Sites & Points of Interest

Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Historic Site

Ghost of Huggin’ Molly

Ghost of Sketoe’s Hole

Gulf Shores, Alabama
Historic Sites & Points of Interest

Cheaha Falls in the Talladega National Forest of Alabama.

Cheaha Falls in the Talladega National Forest of Alabama.

Gulf State Park

Hank Williams Grave & Memorial

Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum

Historic Blakeley State Park

John Wilkes Booth Monument

Lakepoint Resort State Park

Landmark Park

Last Man Killed in the Civil War

Little River Canyon National Preserve

Little River Falls

Lowndesboro, Alabama
Historic Sites & Points of Interest

The historic State Capitol building in Montgomery, Alabama.

The historic State Capitol building in Montgomery, Alabama.

Magee Farm Truce (1865)

Mentone, Alabama
Historic Sites & Points of Interest

Mobile, Alabama
Historic Sites & Points of Interest

Mobile Campaign

Mobile National Cemetery

Moss Rock Preserve & Waterfalls

Mt. Vernon Arsenal & Barracks

Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument

Noccalula Falls

Exhibit in the Alabama Iron & Steel Museum at Tannehill Ironworks.

Exhibit in the Alabama Iron & Steel Museum at Tannehill Ironworks.

Oak Mountain State Park & Peavine Falls

Old Cahawba Archaeological Site

Orr Park Tree Carvings

Sadler Plantation House

Selma, Alabama – Historic Sites

Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail

Sequoyah and the Cherokee Alphabet

Shell Mound Park – Dauphin Island

Sketoe’s Hole Ghost Story

Skirmish at Hobdy’s Bridge (1865)

Surrender at Citronelle (1865)

Swann Covered Bridge

Talladega National Forest & the Talladega Mountains

A bronze star marks the spot where Jefferson Davis took the oath of office to become President of the Confederate States of America. It is embedded in the front portico of the State Capitol in Montgomery.

A bronze star marks the spot where Jefferson Davis took the oath of office to become President of the Confederate States of America. It is embedded in the front portico of the State Capitol in Montgomery.

Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park

Town Dog of Rockford, Alabama

U.S. Snagboat Montgomery

Waterfalls of Alabama

Waterfalls of the Cheaha Area

William B. Travis Home

William Weatherford Grave

Wills Town Mission and Cemetery

Wilson’s Raid through Alabama & Georgia