Selma, Alabama

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Selma, Alabama, USA

Attractions in Selma, Alabama

Historic Homes & Buildings

  • Brown Chapel AME Church
    410 Martin Luther King Street, Selma, AL 36701
    334-874-7897 or 334-875-7241, Brown Chapel was the first AME church in the state. This was the headquarters for African Americans during the Voting Rights movement in the 1960's. more info  map

  • Edmund Winston Pettus Bridge
    334-875-7241, This bridge is a national landmark symbol of momentous changes in Selma, America, and the world. more info  map

  • Heritage Village
    713 Mabry Street, Selma, AL 36701
    334-875-7241, Enjoy driving and walking tours of this beautiful, historical area. more info  map

  • Historic Water Avenue
    Water Avenue, Selma, AL 36701
    334-875-7241, Visit this restored 19-century commercial district with brick streets, antique stores, fountains and a restored bridge-tender's house. more info  map

  • Old Town Historic District
    334-875-7241, Tour the largest historic district in the state. The area includes beautiful, antebellum Sturdivant Hall. more info  map

  • Smitherman Historic Building
    109 Union Street, Selma, AL 36701
    334-874-2174, This remarkable building was completed in 1847 by Selma Masonic Order to serve as university. more info  map

Historic Sites & Monuments

  • Old Cahawba
    9518 Cahaba Road, Orrville, AL 36767
    334-872-8058, An interpretive park, Cahawba was Alabama's state capital from 1819 to 1826 and a thriving antebellum river town. It became a ghost town shortly after the Civil War. ... more info  map

  • Old Live Oak Cemetery
    2207 Broad Street, Selma, AL 36701
    334-875-7485, Visit this cemetary and see the graves of Confederate soldiers and prominent Selma Residents. more info  map

Museums & Galleries

  • National Voting Rights Museum & Institute
    1012 Water Avenue, Selma, AL 36702-2516
    334-418-0800, Showcasing an important period of Civil Rights history, this Museum offers pictorial displays of the voting rights struggle. more info  map

  • Old Depot Museum
    4 Martin Luther King Street, Selma, AL 36703
    Dallas County Museum of History and Archives
    334-874-2197, Visit this unique interpretive history museum, housed in an 1891 railway depot. more info  map

  • Siegel Gallery
    P.O. Box 365, Selma, AL 36702
    334-875-1138, 1840 Greek Revival cottage converted to art gallery which displays regional and local art. more info  map

  • Sturdivant Hall Museum
    713 Mabry Street, Selma, AL 36701
    334-872-5626, Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or on Mondays by appointment, the Neo-Classical Greek Revival-style Sturdivant Hall features six front... more info  map

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