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National Historic Landmarks in Alabama

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Alabama has a rich culture and is full of historical sites and Historic Landmarks. If you are looking for an awesome vacation in the south there are plenty of Historic Landmarks in Alabama to keep you busy all year long. There are 38 National Historic Landmarks (NHLs) in Alabama and many National Register of Historic Places listed in the state of Alabama.

With 38 National historic Landmarks in Alabama and many Alabama Historic Sites? you could spends years visiting all of them. Alabama has 1,200 U.S. National Register of Historic Places sites across the state. Many of the NHL’s in Alabama are available to visit but not all and that goes the same for the NRHP’s in Alabama. Some of the locations are on private property and or not accessible. Some of the NRHP’s are currently occupied by residents as well, you may be able to photograph from the right-of-way.

Alabama National historic Landmarks Sites include:

  1. USS Alabama was designated January 14, 1986, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama
  2. Apalachicola Fort was designated July 19, 1964, Holy Trinity, Russell County, Alabama
  3. Barton Hall was designated November 7, 1973 ,Cherokee, Colbert County, Alabama
  4. Bethel Baptist Church, Parsonage, and Guard House was designated April 5, 2005, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama
  5. Bottle Creek Site was designated April 19, 1994, Stockton, Baldwin County, Alabama
  6. Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church was designated December 12, 1997, Selma, Dallas County, Alabama
  7. City Hall was designated November 7, 1973, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama
  8. Henry D. Clayton House was designated December 8, 1976, Clayton, Barbour County, Alabama
  9. J.L.M. Curry Home was designated December 21, 1965, Talladega, Talladega County, Alabama
  10. Dexter Avenue Baptist Church was designated May 30, 1974, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama
  11. USS Drum (submarine) was designated January 14, 1986, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama
  12. Episcopal Church of the Nativity was designated June 21, 1990, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama
  13. First Confederate Capitol was designated December 19, 1960, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama
  14. Fort Mitchell Site was designated June 21, 1990, Fort Mitchell, Russell County, Alabama
  15. Fort Morgan was designated December 19, 1960, Gasque, Baldwin County, Alabama
  16. Fort Toulouse Site-Fort Jackson was designated October 9, 1960, Wetumpka, Elmore County, Alabama
  17. Foster Auditorium was designated April 5, 2005, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
  18. Gaineswood was designated November 7, 1973, Demopolis, Marengo County, Alabama
  19. Government Street Presbyterian Church was designated October 5, 1992, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama
  20. Ivy Green was designated March 31, 1992, Tuscumbia, Colbert County, Alabama
  21. Kenworthy Hall was designated August 18, 2004, Marion, Perry County, Alabama
  22. Montgomery(snagboat) was designated June 30, 1989, Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama
  23. Montgomery Union Station and Trainshed was designated December 8, 1976, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama
  24. Moundville Site was designated July 19, 1964, Moundville, Hale County, Alabama
  25. Neutral Buoyancy Space Simulator was designated October 3, 1985, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama
  26. Edmund Pettus Bridge was designated February 27, 2013, Selma, Dallas County, Alabama
  27. Propulsion and Structural Test Facility was designated October 3, 1985, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama
  28. Redstone Test Stand was designated October 3, 1985, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama
  29. St. Andrew’s Church was designated November 7, 1973, Prairieville, Hale County, Alabama
  30. Saturn V Dynamic Test Stand was designated October 3, 1985, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama
  31. Saturn V Dynamic Test Vehicle was designated February 10, 1987, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama
  32. 16th Street Baptist Church was designated February 20, 2006, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama
  33. Sloss Blast Furnaces was designated May 29, 1981, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama
  34. Swayne Hall, Talladega College was designated December 2, 1974, Talladega, Talladega County, Alabama
  35. Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site was designated June 23, 1965, Tuskegee, Macon County, Alabama
  36. United States Post Office and Courthouse–Montgomery was designated July 21, 2015, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama
  37. Wilson Dam was designated November 13, 1966, Florence, Lauderdale and Colbert, County, Alabama
  38. Yuchi Town Site was designated June 19, 1996, Fort Benning, Russell County, Alabama

Alabama National Register of Historic Places include:

Historic Districts, Bridges, Covered Bridges, Buildings, Houses, Masonic Lodge, Railroad Depot, Church and Cemeteries, Hotels, Opera Houses, Commercial Districts, Archeological Sites, Hydroelectric Dams, Plantations, Mills, Courthouses, Elementary and High School, Boats, Jails, Grist Mills, Military Park, Hospitals, Department Stores

National Historic Landmarks in Alabama. List of National Historic Landmarks in Alabama, Alabama NHL, Historic Sites