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Anniston Museum of Natural History

Explore the wilds of Africa, the wonders of the North American wilderness and the mysteries of 2,300 year-old Egyptian Mummies in the Anniston Museum of Natural History. More than 2,000 natural history items are on permanent display. Children can get “hands-on” with nature in the discovery room. In addition to the many indoor attractions, the […]

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Classic on Noble

We are Anniston, Alabama’s fine dining tradition and also a destination restaurant for many out of towners. We have many regular customers who are local and many who drive from Birmingham, Gadsden, Atlanta, and places in between who enjoy our food, drink, service, and atmosphere. Join us at the beautiful downtown Anniston buiding we’ve renovated […]

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Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge

More than 6,000 acres of the former military base is designated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a National Wildlife Refuge to protect a unique and endangered ecosystem described as the mountain longleaf pine forest. Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge protects the largest stand of mature Longleaf Pines north of the state’s coastal […]

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Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail

Located on Coldwater Mountain in Anniston, this brand-new trail offers both a 1.5 mile Beginner Loop, which riders of any level can ride, and a 10 mile Blue Loop for Intermediate riders. Perfect for those looking for a leisure ride or a bit of a challenge! Coldwater Road Anniston 36201

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Civil Rights Heritage Trail

Take a walking tour of the Freedom Riders Civil Rights Heritage Trail, taking in the historic murals, and find out the major role Calhoun County, Alabama played during the Civil Rights movement.   Murals in the alleyways of the old Greyhound and Trailways Bus stations depict scenes from when the Freedom Riders were attacked here […]

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Centennial Memorial Park

In 1999 the Alabama State Legislature designated Centennial Memorial Park as the Veteran’s Memorial for the State of Alabama. The names every Alabamian who was killed during World War I and II Korean War, Vietnam War, and the Persian Gulf. are engraved in the Zimbabwe Black granite. Centrally located is Alabama-shaped reflecting pool. In front […]

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Berman Museum of World History

See Colonel Berman’s incredible and fascinating collection including weapons of espionage like a flute that shoots! Thousands of objects on exhibit: bronzes by Remington and Russell; rare and ornate weapons; Asian art; Colt Peacemakers and Winchesters; Civil War artifacts and a Greek helmet over 2,000 years old. Make your way through a WWI Bunker! Adjacent […]

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Art Works Gallery

Located on historic Noble Street, the gallery is a co-operative of 21 local artists featuring 2 and 3 dimensional original art and fine crafts. 1014 Noble Street Anniston, AL  36201 http://artworks-anniston.com 256-237-5921

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Anniston Performing Arts Center

A name associated with music in the Model City back to the early 1900’s was that of Carrie McClure Knox, the daughter of Anniston lawyer John B. and Mrs. Knox. 1301 Woodstock Avenue Anniston, AL 36207 http://www.knoxconcertseries.org/venue/  (256) 235-2553

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