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Talladega County Courthouse

Downtown Talladega is loaded with history starting with the courthouse itself. The Talladega Courthouse was built in 1836, is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is the oldest working courthouse in Alabama. The entire courthouse holds history preserved. If walls could talk, the stories they would tell of, and the changes they’ve seen would leave us fascinated for endless hours.

Address:  1 Courthouse Sq. Talladega, Alabama 35160

Phone:  (256)362-1357

Website: www.talladegacountyal.org

Hours of Operation:  Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

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