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Birmingham, AL 35211
Phone: (205) 780-5656
Admission Price: Adults $5.00, Children $3.00
Hours: 10a.m.- 4p.m. Tuesday thru Saturday. ! p.m. - 4p.m. Sunday
Arlington, located on six acres in the heart of Old Elyton, is a fine example of Greek Revival architecture dating from the 1840s. The house was built by Judge William S. Mudd, one of the ten founders of Birmingham. The house is furnished with a fine collection of 19th century decorative arts and is a center for historical, cultural,and civic activities.
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Demopolis, AL 36732
Phone: (334) 289-4846
Admission Price: $5 Adult; $3 children
Hours: Tu-Fr 10-4; 1st Sat of month - 10-2.
Interior one of the finest in America. Very important house.
Mobile, AL 36604
Phone: (251) 432-1281
Admission Price: Adults $7, Students and Children $3
Hours: 10am-4pm , Wed-Sat
Oakleigh is a T-shaped Greek revival mansion featuring unique architectural features including a distinct cantilevered front staircase, grand double parlors and classic six-over-six windows and galleries accessed through jib windows. Roper was his own architect and builder. Using slave and free labor, the house is composed of bricks made from clay dug on the grounds and timber harvested from the property. Tool marks can be seen on the siding, doors and window frames.
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Selma, AL 36701
Phone: (334) 872-5626
Admission Price: Adults $5, Students $2
Hours: 10am-4pm Tue-Sat
Incredible mansion house in heart of Alabama black belt. Interior extremely impressive.
Theodore, AL 36582
Phone: (251) 973-2217
Toll Free: (800) 247-8420
Admission Price: See their web site for packages
Hours: Daily 8am-5pm
The 15-room Home was built in 1935 and designed by prominent Mobile architect, George B. Rogers. It encompasses 10,500 square feet. The exterior of the Home features hand-made brick salvaged in Mobile from the 1852 birthplace of Alva Smith Vanderbilt Belmont. Ironwork was obtained from the recently demolished Southern Hotel, also in Mobile. The result was dubbed English Renaissance by Rogers.