The Fort Mims site commemorates the battle that led to the Creek War of 1813-14. Come experience this significant archaeological site. Explore the recreated fort walls and structures.  

Since 1834 Fort Morgan has stood as the guardian of Mobile Bay. The military site and National Historic Landmark is located 22 miles west of Gulf Shores. Come experience Fort Morgan, famous for its role in the Battle of Mobile Bay.

Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park is a significant archaeological site. This area, where the Coosa and Tallapoosa meet to form the mighty Alabama River, has been occupied for 10,000 years. Come experience living history events that showcase the recreated 1751 French fort, the recreated Creek Indian houses, and the partially restored 1814 American Fort Jackson.

Confederate Memorial Park is the site of Alabama's only Confederate Soldiers' Home. Come experience the site by visiting the graves of Confederate veterans who lived at the Soldiers' Home and whose stories are told in the Confederate Memorial Park Museum.

Old Cahawba is Alabama's most famous ghost town. Come experience the picturesque ruins of Old Cahawba, an important archaeological site and gateway to natural wonders.

Bottle Creek is one of the most important prehistoric Native American sites in Alabama, second only to Moundville. Come experience a site that contains more than 18 Indian mounds.

The Forks of Cypress was a cotton plantation and Greek revival plantation house near Florence in Lauderdale County, Alabama. This historic site is located on private property and may not be accessible. The site is visible from the road.