Donnell House, Inc.

Street address: 

601 1/2 S. Clinton
Athens, AL 35612

Open M, W, F 2–4 and by appt.

P.O. Box 465
Athens, AL 35612

Admission charged

Completed 1851 for Rev. Robert Donnell, founder, Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Later, home for principals of North Alabama Agricultural School, Athens High and Middle Schools. Guided tours. Available for meetings, receptions, small weddings.


Mobility Impaired (ramps, support bars for toilets, wheelchair-level restroom sinks, seating areas for wheelchair users)

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