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Country’s most comprehensive education and rehabilitation program for deaf and blind children and adults. Campus buildings notably restored include Manning Hall (1850), Jemison House (1898) and Grace Hall (1878).
Admission: Free
Free samples plus shopping in Country Store after tour.
Admission: Free
Accepted: MasterCard, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, Visa
Family-owned and -operated farm winery produces award-winning table wines from estate-grown scuppernongs, muscadines and French-hybrid grapes. Among selections are Dixie Blush, Dixie Gold, Autumn Blush, Festive Red.
Admission: Free
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Guided tours, RV camping, gift shop, shaded picnic area, 21 outside attractions. 12-story caverns larger than football field. Laser light/sound show. Maze, Gem Panning, Crystal Find, Wacky Water Golf, Potty Racers, Paddle Boats.
Admission: Fee for attractions only
Accepted: Discover, MasterCard, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, Visa
Walking tour. Built 1836, is oldest courthouse in continuous use in Alabama. Classic architectural features afford interesting study.
Admission: Free
Founded to preserve the history of motorsports, and to enshrine those individuals who made significant contributions to its growth.  The Hall of Fame has a gift shop, research library, over 100 vehicles from all forms of racing, plus dozens of display cases with memorbilia.
Admission: Admission charged
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Fine permanent art collection, Indian artifacts, other archaeological finds. Sylacauga History Room, Pioneer Room, Civil War exhibit, WWII memorabilia. Jim Nabors, Bill Nichols, Gen. J.W. Crysel memorabilia. Art exhibits change monthly.
Admission: Free
Exhibits of works by nationally recognized and local artists. Maintains collection of historic photographs.
Admission: Free
Located in Kymulga Grist Mill Park in Talladega County. Admission charged to the park. This 1860s, 105-foot covered bridge spans scenic Talladega Creek and lies adjacent to Kymulga Grist Mill which is still operational. Nature trails and beautiful scenery make for a romantic getaway.
Admission: Admission charged
Accepted: Travelers Checks
Tour one of the last old homes built in the latter 1800s in Childersburg. The museum is home to the Childersburg Veterans Association Foundation, which contains a veteran log book, military flags, uniforms and memorabilia.
Admission: Free
Walking tour. Residential buildings from 1835–1910.
Admission: Free
Bermuda greens. Number of holes: 9 Par: 72 Championship Yardage: 3047 yds.
Admission: Unknown
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Admission: Unknown
Within a matter of hours the Talladega Superspeedway can become as populated as one of Alabama’s largest cities. The stands can accommodate 143,000 people, with room for expansion. Countless numbers of fans migrate to the 212-acre infield on race weekends.
Admission: Admission charged
Accepted: MasterCard, Visa, Discover
Tribute to NASCAR's top drivers. Winners inducted each year. Downtown park is memorial to racing great Davey Allison. Induction ceremony held Sat. night of Talladega race week in Sept. or Oct.
Admission: Free
Rolling hills, bent grass greens, pro shop, snack bar, driving range, banquet facilities. Number of holes: 18 Par: 71 Championship Yardage: 6500 yds.
Admission: Unknown
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, Credit Cards (call for specifics)
Features: Pavilion Skateboard Park Walking Track Restrooms (available with pavilion rental only) Age appropriate play structures Picnic Areas
Admission: Pavilion Rent Fee: $40
Features Pavilion Restrooms – available with park rental only Located in front of Blue Bell on Norton Avenue.  
Admission: Restroom Rent Fee: $50



Phone: 256-362-0900
Fax: 256-362-0908
Accepted: Travelers Checks, Credit Cards (call for specifics)
Phone: 256-362-6110
Fax: 256-362-8260
Accepted: Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover
The Cedars Plantation circa 1838. Has a tennis court.
Phone: 256-761-9090
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Phone: 205-763-2186
Fax: 256-362-2391
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Historic Oakwood was built in 1847. The owner was Alexander Bowie, who was a lawyer and politician. After Civil War, Alexander Bowie organized and commanded a "Talladega Mountain Rangers" company.
Phone: 256-362-0662
Fax: 256-362-7168
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Phone: 256-761-9251
Fax: 256-315-2313
Accepted: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, Visa
Phone: 256-362-2909
Phone: 256-268-0045
Fax: 256-268-1591
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa
The Winners Circle RV & primitive campground will be open for the Nascar Spring & Fall races. There is RV power and water hookup with 30amp and 50 amp power available. Dump station on site. Garbage service for each sight provided for at every sight in the park .
Phone: (205) 701-0239 or (205) 369-3217