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Lincoln Museum

Artifacts and exhibits of Lincoln Normal School, founded in 1867

Marion, AL Museums

Marion Female Seminary

While teaching here in 1861, Prussian-born artist Nicola Marschall designed the first national flag of the Confederate States of America, "The Stars and Bars." Itt was officially adopted by the Confederate States of America on March 4, 1861

Marion, AL Seminars

Perry Lakes Park Wildlife Sanctuary & Barton's Bea

New 700-acre outdoor recreation and environmental park. 3

Marion, AL Wildlife Preserves


Moore/Webb/Holmes Plantation

1800s plantation owned by same family since 1819. Country store, smokehouse, log cotton seed house. Weaving, carriage and tenant houses. Blacksmith shop, grist mill, barns, more. 6 mi./9.5

Marion, AL Plantations

Things to do Museums near Marion, AL

Berman Museum of World History

Historical objects of American West, world wars, Napoleon Bonaparte, Jefferson Davis and Adolf Hitler. Swords (including one ...

Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark

32-acre blast furnace plant where iron was made for nearly 100 years. Now museum of history and industry, and center for crea...

The John W. Inzer Museum, Inc.

Invaluable documents and articles of Lt. Col. Inzer. One-story Greek Revival home (1852) with many original furnishings. Muse...

Paul W. Bryant Museum/University of Alabama Museum

Celebrate more than 100 years of Crimson Tide football, revealed through photographs, uniforms and sports memorabilia. State-...