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Confederate Officers Quarters

When Confederate Armory moved to Tallassee, 3 homes were constructed on King St. by the Confederate government to house officers in command. Only 2 of 3

Tallassee, AL Historic Buildings


The Company Store

2-story stone building constructed in 1893 by Tallassee Mills as commissary store. Now houses mall with 40 vendors specializing in antiques, gifts, hand-crafted and home dé

Tallassee, AL Shoppes

Tallassee Confederate Armory

When Confederacy feared security of Richmond, VA, decision was made to relocate Richmond Carbine to old 1844

Tallassee, AL Monuments

Things to do Historic Bridges near Tallassee, AL

Bob Saunders Family Covered Bridge

Located at Twin Pines Resort and Conference Center in Shelby County. Listed in World Guide to Covered Bridges, structure is 5...

The Kissing Bridge

Built by black stone masons in early textile days. Teens of 1941 gave bridge its name because girls lined up on it, waiting f...

Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge

Horizontally arched bridge spanning Tallapoosa River. One of world's longest curved bridges. 143 ft. above water, 1738 ft. lo...

Iron Bridge

Uniquely designed truss bridge built late 1800s, once a span of larger bridge that crossed Chattahoochee River in West Point....

Gilliland-Reese Covered Bridge

Located in the scenic setting of Noccalula Falls Park in Etowah County. Admission charged to the park. This 1899 bridge was m...