12 Paul Lee Pkwy
Eufaula, AL 36027
Phone: (334) 616-0114
Fax: (334) 616-7217
The vicinity of Eufaula in Alabama is home to a fine historic museum at the Fendall Hall. The architecture of this historic house museum is predominantly Italianate style. The interiors are successfully preserved and don decorative paintings that date back to the 1880s. It is a two-story building, seemingly a wood-frame structure. The villa floor plan is unique and symmetrical, thus enhancing the aesthetics of the construction. Erected by renowned architect Edward Brown Young, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 28, 1970.
Chattahoochee River along Alabama-Georgia border. Antebellum homes, picturesque lakes and scenic wonders.
Restored one-story Greek Revival house, relatively unchanged since 1850, features porch with 6 fluted Doric columns.
Civil War-era cemetery. Burial site of Alabama Civil War Governor John Gill Shorter, his family & family slaves.
Largest historic district in east Alabama.
Designed in the amazing Neoclassical Revival style of architecture, the Shorter Mansion was originally owned by Shorter family. An integral part of the Seth Lore and Irwinton Historic District, it is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Feeding and over-wintering habitat for waterfowl, birds of prey, songbirds and other migrant birds.
Often referred to as "Georgia's Little Grand Canyon," this scenic 1,109 acre park offers three miles of hiking trails, seven miles of backcountry trails, pioneer camping, two picnic shelters, and an interpretive center.
A living history museum which depicts an 1850 Georgia village and features over 30 authentically furnished pre-Civil War buildings including workshops, churches, homes, stores, a school, and a courthouse. Visitors of this unique museum can watch craftsmen at work, smell the gingerbread and biscuits cooking on the stove and fireplace, and try their hand at making seasonal crafts such as candles, syrup, and soap.