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Ave Maria Grotto

125 miniatures of places from all over the world. Located on grounds of Alabama's only Benedictine abbey. Miniatures built by Brother Joseph Zoettl, O.S.B. (1878-1961)

Cullman, AL Grottos

Hurricane Creek Park/William "Buddy" Rodgers Natur

67-acre, 500' deep gorge. Rock formations, waterfalls, 3

Cullman, AL Parks



Heritage Park

Seventy-acre complex with lighted softball and soccer fields, basketball courts, picnic pavilions, 1.5

Cullman, AL Parks

Weiss Cottage

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

Cullman, AL Historic Homes

Cullman Depot

Pueblo-style stucco building designated as historical landmark. Listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places

Cullman, AL Railroad History

Clarkson Covered Bridge and Park

One of largest covered bridges in Alabama. Battle of Hog Mountain site. Truss bridge built with lattice-style planks 1904, restored 1975

Cullman, AL Parks

Sportsman Lake Park

Beautiful county-operated park featuring fishing, Putt-Putt(R)

Cullman, AL Parks

Dale Welch Guide Service

Fishing charter service. Striped bass. All equipment furnished—bring own food and beverage. Special assistance for disabled. Lake record of 45

Cullman, AL Shoppes

Cullman County Museum

In 1873, Col. John G. Cullman, German refugee, established colony here. Replica of home houses museum and pieces from Cullman Archaeological Society. Cullman's rocking chair, replica of city street from late 1800

Cullman, AL Museums

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