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Home » National Historic Landmarks in Alabama » Gaineswood Plantation

Gaineswood Plantation

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Address

805 S Cedar Ave Demopolis, AL 36732

Facts

Built by planter and amateur architect Nathan Bryan Whitfield. features the Ionic,Corinthian, and Doric orders of architecture. Built between 1843-1861, The Gaineswood Plantation is known as one of the most haunted plantation houses in the south. Most significant Greek Revival architecture examples remaining in Alabama!

Things To Do

audio tours, cell phone, Annual events: Christmas in the Canebrake- Heritage Days, Museum

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Gaineswood Plantation , Demopolis Alabama, Greek Revival architecture, Haunted House