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Dr. J.C. Francis’ Medical Museum & Apothecary

Enter the days of “biting the bullet” in this 1850s general practitioner’s office and apothecary. Examine books, drug bottles, instruments and medical equipment used by physicians and pharmacists of the period. Located on Gayle Avenue in Jacksonville. The Dr. Francis’ Medical Museum was opened in 1974, after a marker was erected in Dr. Francis’ honor […]

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Cross Plains Depot and Museum

Construction began before the Civil War and was completed in 1869 for this facility known as the “Crossroads of the Southeast” during the 1880s. National Register of Historic places. Located in Piedmont. 33.9245454, -85.61135009999998 Piedmont 256-447-9007

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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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Maple Hill Gardens & Guest House

Maple Hill Gardens & Guest House. The Garden has one of the largest Japanese maple collections (250 trees)in the Southeast planted on the grounds (1.5 Acres) by Colonel Jerry Bryant and his wife Mac who retired to become the third owners and restore the estates gardens. The Architect, contractor and builder, E. A. Zobel constructed […]

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The West Point Depot and Museum

The West Point Depot and Museum is the historic site for transfer of freight between Montgomery and Atlanta in the late 1800s. Because Georgia and Alabama had different gauge railroad tracks, it was necessary for all trains traveling between the two states to stop in West Point, located at the state line. Thus established the […]

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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  (256) 235-2553

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