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Old Cahawba Archaeological Park


category : Archaeology
Alabama's 1st permanent capital and most famous ghost town. Archaeological Interpretive Park includes welcome center and education room, picnic area, hiking trails, interpretive signs, historic ruins. New, accessible nature trail.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open 9-5; special group tours by appt.
Address: 9518 Cahaba Rd.

Phone: 334-872-8058
Fax: 334-877-4253
Our Website:www.cahawba.org

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Old Cahawba Archaeological Park

Alabama's 1st permanent capital and most famous ghost town. Archaeological Interpretive Park includes welcome center and educ...