Positioned on a commanding hilltop, Belle Mont Mansion is one of Alabama's crowning architectural achievements. Come to Belle Mont to learn more about Palladian architecture and to see first-hand the tantalizing clues suggesting the direct influence of Thomas Jefferson himself.

Fendall Hall, one of Alabama's most outstanding examples of Italianate architecture, records the story of its prominent residents and Eufaula's rise as a major shipping and trading point.

The 1961 Freedom Riders did not begin or end their journey in Montgomery, Alabama, but their arrival changed the city and our nation. Visit the Freedom Rides Museum to learn how 21 young people transformed our nation's history using nonviolent protest methods.

Gaineswood, one of America's finest Greek revival houses, is a masterpiece. Join us to learn about nineteenth century family life at Gaineswood through guided tours, special programs, and exhibits.

Magnolia Grove is a classic Greek revival house built circa 1840. Come experience the original furnishings and family portraits. Along with magnolia trees and a boxwood garden, the site includes a detached kitchen and slave house.

Pond Spring, the General Joe Wheeler Home is located in Lawrence County in north Alabama. The 50-acre site includes 12 historic buildings, gardens, and archaeological features that date back almost 5,000 years.

The Mobile Bay Middle Lighthouse, located in Mobile Bay, began operations on December 1, 1885, and Mobilians could observe a white light with red flashes every 30 seconds out in the bay. The facility was built on an iron undergirding, and both the tower and the hexagonal keeper's house it supported were patterned after lighthouses operating in Chesapeake Bay.