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Gaineswood Antebellum House Museum


category : Museums
Owned and operated by Alabama Historical Commission. Most unique antebellum mansion in state. Domed ceilings, ornate plasterwork, columned and galleried rooms, original furnishings, ghost stories. National Park Service National Historic Landmark.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open Tu-Sat. 9-4 and by appt.; tours hourly.
Address: 805 S. Cedar

Phone: 334-289-4846
Fax: 334-289-4846
Our Website:www.preserveala.org

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