1897 Victorian home built by Miss Colleen's father. Original furnishings on display. Part of home is now Punta Clara Candy Kitchen, making candies and confections daily. Since 1952. Also "
Built in 1848 by Isham Kimbell. One of last surviving pioneer-type dwellings (Plantation Plain)
Located in heart of old Pine Level Historic District. 1900 structure is one of Jackson'
Built in 1822-24. Owned by National Society of Colonial Dames in America. Period antiques and decorative arts depicting 5 periods of historic Mobile. Original cannons from French Fort Condé
Raphael Semmes moved to Alabama in 1842. When Alabama withdrew from the Union in 1861
One of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in the South. Possibly most photographed antebellum home (ca. 1860) in Alabama. Fine antiques:
Original structures dating from early 1800
Adding to his famous Rajah Lodge home and gardens, 3-term congressman and coal mine owner William F. Aldrich built elaborately decorated Farrington Hall in 1908
Built between 1840 and 1845, 2
1835 Greek Revival mansion built as townhouse by Alfred Battle, wealthy planter/
Built 1829; oldest building on campus. Occupied by Gorgas family members 1879-1953. One of 4 buildings to survive Civil War. Now a house museum with 19
85 bungalows of stucco exterior and red tile roofs (c. 1919)
Built in 1820 by Helen Keller'
Cullman's oldest home, small wood-frame structure, was home to Aldo Weiss and his family. Also served as his medical office, while cellar housed his goats. Furnished with 19
Originally called Montgomery House, 1821 Greek Revival plantation home was significant to cultural development of central Alabama. Remarkable circular staircase spirals 24 ft. to 3
Completed 1860. One of great Italianate-style houses surviving in Alabama. 1880s hand-painted murals and stenciling in 1
Restored one-story Greek Revival house, relatively unchanged since 1850, features porch with 6
1875 restored house, 1905
Built in 1907 by Dr. Howell, who operated his medical practice here. Large columns, full basement, 5 rooms and 2 baths on 1st floor. 2nd floor has 6 rooms, 2
One of Auburn's finest examples of antebellum Greek Revival architecture dating from 1850
Built in 1850s prior to Civil War by Dr. Brownfield, one of Opelika's 1
1835 Italianate-style house was home to President and Mrs. Jefferson Davis while capitol of Confederacy was in Montgomery. Home completely furnished with period pieces from 1850s and 1860