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20,000-sq.-ft. museum on 53-acre farm. Nationwide collection of antique horse-drawn farm machinery from 1800s to early 1900s, blacksmith shop with forged tools and wagon maker's bench, apple cider press, more.
Admission: Free
Established to preserve memories of our veterans by creating a permanent resting place for artifacts and memorabilia, displaying uniforms, medals, weapons, photos, books, tapes and news clippings.
Admission: Free
The city of Athens was burned and looted by Union troops in a raid by Colonel Turchin in May 1862. The 1st Alabama Cavalry failed in its attempt to take Athens from Union forces holding the city in the Jan. 26, 1864 Battle of Athens.
Admission: Free
Pull & riding carts, putting green, pro shop, snack bar.
Admission: Unknown
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa
Individuals and wholesale buyers can take advantage of the large selection of shade trees and flowering trees, such as dogwood, crape myrtles, Yoshino and more.
Admission: Unknown
Wonderful selection of imported pottery and other gifts.
Admission: Unknown
Rolling course with trees, water and grass traps.
Admission: Unknown
Accepted: Personal Checks
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.
Admission: Admission charged
Once home to George S. Houston, attorney, member of U.S. Senate, and governor of Alabama twice. House built in 1835. Features Houston family coat of arms, family portraits and drawing room furnishings. Family History Room.
Admission: Free
4 sets of tees, bent grass, gently rolling, 13 water hazards. Challenging yet fun. 400 acres. No adjacent holes. Number of holes: 18   Par: 72   Championship Yardage: 6812 yds.   "
Admission: Unknown
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
1840s Greek Revival Founders Hall sits on campus of Athens State College, state’s oldest college. Altar consists of elegant wood carvings which tell story of New Testament.
Admission: Free
Picturesque 1818 village is oldest incorporated town in Alabama. Post office features original call boxes built prior to Civil War. Also community brick church (c. 1838) and stagecoach inn (c. 1820).
Admission: Admission Charged
Accepted: Personal Checks
One pond, one sandtrap. Number of holes: 9 Par: 36 Championship Yardage: 3224 yds.
Admission: Unknown
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks


Phone: 256-232-1520
Fax: 256-233-8525
Accepted: Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover
Phone: 256-732-3686
Fax: same
Accepted: Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover
Phone: 256-232-4700
Fax: 256-232-4222
Accepted: Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover
Phone: 256-233-7500
Fax: 256-233-5066
Accepted: Travelers Checks
It's a great place for a RV or Camper to come park for the summer a lot of stuff gose on out here in the summer. Rates:
Phone: 256-434-0104
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This historical house is so beautiful. It takes you back in time. They have an interesting and comfortable decor.
Phone: (256) 783-2892
Phone: (256) 233-4030
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Phone: (256) 232-2704