As of Thursday, March 19, the Alabama Historical Commission will act on the recommendations of public health officials and Governor Ivey to implement a plan for social distancing in response to coronavirus and COVID-19. In the interest of public health and safety, the Alabama Historical Commission's main office and select historic sites have been closed to the public since March 16, and all events and programs are cancelled until April 30. The agency will reevaluate by that time. This closure includes Fendall Hall. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you on another occasion.


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 exterior of the house remains mostly unchanged. The interior is restored to reflect the 1880-1916 time period. Striking features include the elaborate wall and ceiling murals in the entrance hall, parlor, and dining room.

The Alabama Historical Commission owns this historic site. Friends of Fendall Hall is the support group in charge of operating the site.

Blue Star Museum:rong> Fendall Hall proudly offers free admission to active duty military personnel and their families between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

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Come experience Fendall Hall, one of Alabama's most outstanding examples of Italianate architecture.

Fendall Hall is available for meetings and events. For more information please contact us at 334-687-8469 or


Annual Eufaula Pilgrimage - April
Annual Eufaula Chirstmas Tour - December
Open House - December

Amount Ticket
$7 Adult
$7 Children 6-18 years
FREE Military

Take U.S. 431 or U.S. 82 to downtown Eufaula. Travel west on Barbour Street approximately one mile. Fendall Hall is located on the left.

917 West Barbour Street, Eufaula, Alabama 36027


Site Director: Lindsey Bennett

Museum: 334-687-8469