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Historic Sites in Alabama


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Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site
Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site things to do on a rainy day in Alabama
Historic Site in Alberta, AL USA

UNESCO World Heitage Site Interpretive Center Buffalo Jumps – the most accomplished method of hunting devised by man to produce more meat in a single event than any other on Earth.


Vulcan Park and Museum
Vulcan Park and Museum things to do on a rainy day in Birmingham, AL
Historic Site in Birmingham, AL USA

Largest cast iron statue with panoramic views of Birmingham Vulcan Park and Museum is home to the world’s largest cast iron statue and features spectacular panoramic views of Birmingham. Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and forge, was originally built in 1904 and has stood as a symbol of Birmingham for over 100 years.

Woodrow Hall
Woodrow Hall
Historic Site in Birmingham, AL USA
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Historic Romantic Banquet Hall Woodrow Hall is a magnificently restored banquet hall that is ideal for reunions, parties, fun raising events, weddings and wedding receptions. Woodrow Hall masterfully blends the new with the old. The original banquet hall and grand foyer were built in 1914.

Downtown Fairhope Business Association
Downtown Fairhope Business Association
Historic Site in Fairhope, AL USA

Quaint Southern vignettes, blossom lined sidewalks, brimming flower baskets, gentle bay breezes through magnificent oaks, charming shops and eateries, await you in Historic Downtown Fairhope, Alabama.


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