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Located in heart of Southern antique country, Antique City offers visitors selection of 7 unique shops dating back to 1800s, monthly antique auction, choice of 2 restaurants.
Admission: Free
Accepted: Travelers Checks
Old-fashioned "mom and pop" operationpottery established 1984. Many unusual and one-of-a-kind pieces. Large collection of  "real old stuff" including furniture and glass.
Admission: Unknown
Mill opened 1929; more than 2 million jars peanut butter produced each year as staple of Depression-era nutrition. Artifacts from that era include labels, photos, equipment. Also memorabilia from annual Peanut Butter Festival (Oct.).
Admission: Free
Accepted: Personal Checks
45 acres of water, with largest fishing pier on Alabama's public lakes. 410 acres of woodlands with trails. Picnic areas and grills. Concessions, bait and tackle, boat launch, fishing equipment rentals, fishing/hunting licenses available.
Admission: Admission charged
Pioneer life from the past. 1881 logging locomotive, grist mill, smokehouse, one-room school, log houses, log barn, log church, nature trails, general store, train depot. Gift shop. Living history days, special events.
Admission: Admission Charged
Accepted: MasterCard, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, Visa
Lots of shrubs and ornamental plants, general nursery stock. Has proven be an ideal stop for Snowbirds.
Admission: Unknown
Located in Brundidge, a small town becoming known as “Antique City,” Rue’s offers everything from antique bottles and dishes to comic books and furniture.
Admission: Free
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Log cabin shopping village. Antique stores, gift shops, quilt shops, restaurant. Blacksmith shop, ceramics, glassware, old books, knickknacks, custom knives.
Admission: Free
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover
Tour of beautiful campus includes historical buildings and landmarks.
Admission: Unknown
Beautiful house built around turn of century. Filled with arts, crafts, floral designs, gifts and collectibles.
Admission: Free