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Kirkwood Mansion


category : Historic Homes
One of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in the South. Possibly most photographed antebellum home (ca. 1860) in Alabama. Fine antiques: Belter, Roux, Mallard, Meeks. National Trust Award 1997.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Tours daily, luncheons by appt.
Address: 111 Kirkwood Dr.
Phone: 205-372-2694

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