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German P.O.W. museum/archives documenting Camp Aliceville (1943–45). Coca-Cola assembly line equipment (1948–78). Pickens Co. military and agricultural history exhibits.
Admission: Admission charged
Admission: Unknown
Accepted: Personal Checks
234-mi./376.5-km waterway flows through west Alabama and offers variety of some of most modern recreational facilities available, including camping at Pickensville and Aliceville, boating, fishing, hunting.
Admission: Unknown
Housed in reproduction of Greek Revival antebellum home (1830–1860). Exhibits describe life in Tombigbee River Valley. U.S. Snagboat Montgomery, one of last steam-powered stern-wheel boats to ply Southern rivers, adjacent to Center.
Admission: Free
One of the last steam-powered sternwheelers to ply Southern rivers. Served U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, from 1926–1982. Restored to former operating appearance. Contains interpretive exhibits.
Admission: Free
Aliceville Carquest supply Pickens and surrounding counties with quality automotive, farm, and industrial products.