Things to Do

 

Aliceville POW Museum
104 Broad St., Aliceville, AL 35442
Telephone: (205) 373-2363

In the Museum, visitors from all over the country view lasting artistic expressions made by the Germans. Through their paintings, letters, books, sculptures, wood crafting, pottery, musical instruments and photographs a vivid picture of life at Camp Aliceville is revealed.

 

Pickens County Farmer’s Market
25661 Hwy 17 N, Carrollton, AL 35447
Telephone: (205) 367-8724

Local Pickens County food sold in an easily accessible location from any city in Pickens County, assuring the consumer a better quality product at a reasonable price and a fair return to the producer.

Open April-September: Monday- Friday 7am-5pm

 

Gordo Farmer’s Market
201 South Main St., Gordo, AL 35466
Telephone: (205) 364-7111: EXT. 23

Local Pickens County food sold in an easily accessible location from any city in Pickens County, assuring the consumer a better quality product at a reasonable price and a fair return to the producer.

Open April: Thursday 6am-10am

Parks E. Ball House
Old Garden Road, Aliceville, AL 35442
Located NW of Aliceville, AL.
This is a private residence-drive by only.

Historically significant for its architecture and engineering. Added to the list of National Register of Historic Places in January of 1982.

Hugh Wilson Hill House
201 Pheonix, Carrollton, AL 35447

This is a privately owned residence- drive by only. Added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 13, 1989.

Old Jail
350 Springfield Rd., Gordo, AL 35446
Located at the corner of Church St. and 1st Ave., Gordo, AL.

Also known as the Gordo Jail and Mayor’s Office. It was built in 1914, and added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 17, 1974.

Westervelt Hunting Lodge
69 Westervelt Cr., Aliceville, AL 35442
Telephone: (205) 373-8212

Lodge includes numerous hunting choices, fishing ponds, endless trails, regulation skeet range, rifle range, 3-D archery course, a new 7-stand sporting clay course, as well as a private conference center available.

McCrory’s Graveside
Old Bethany Church, Vienna, AL

Located 1/2 mile off Hwy 14 between Aliceville and Eutaw in Pickens County, Alabama. Near Greene County line.

The gravesite of a deceased soldier of the Revolution who was at the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, and Guilford Courthouse. Was also one of the lifeguards of George Washington at Valley Forge.

Ingleside Houses & Outbuildings
2nd St. (St. Hwy 14), Aliceville, AL 35442

Built in 1849, this building is a part of the Alabama Register of Landmarks Heritage and the Historic American Buildings Survey. It contains houses, outbuildings, summer kitchens, smokehouses, servant’s quarters, Greek Revival architectural elements, etc.

Myrtlewood
602 Broad St., Aliceville, AL 35442

This is a private residence-drive by only.

In 1909, one of the founding families of Aliceville, Charlie and F. Bell Horton built this charming home for their family of eight children. The Horton family lived in the home until 1919 when they moved a block down the street into the home of Mr. Horton’s father. Dr. W. W. Duncan, a prominent physician from the then-thriving community of Benevola, moved into the house with his family. The Duncans lived in the house for 57 years. The house remained vacant until it was restored in 1992 by Johnie and Billy McKinzey as a bed and breakfast which opened in January 1993.  The house is no longer used as a bed and breakfast.  It is currently used as a private residence.

Stewart-Blanton House
AL 86 Carrollton, Alabama 35447

This is a private residence-drive by only.

It is a Greek Revival architectural style home. This house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in May of 1985.

Carrollton United Methodist Church
85 Tuscaloosa Ave., Carrollton, AL 35447
Telephone: (205) 367-8843

In 1872, Carrollton UMC became a part of the North Alabama Conference and assigned to the Tuscaloosa District.

Gordo United Methodist Church
310 Main St. N, Gordo, AL 35466
Telephone: (205) 364-7489

Sunday Services held every Sunday at Gordo FUMC.
Contemporary Worship: 8:45am
Small Groups: 10am
Traditional Worship: 11am

New Salem Missionary Baptist Church
364 New Salem Rd., Aliceville, AL 35442
Telephone: (205) 373-2483

One of the oldest black churches in Aliceville, AL. Sunday Services held every Sunday.

Sunday School: 10am

Regular Service: 11:15am

Pickens County Courthouse

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100 Court Square, Carrollton, AL 35447
Telephone: (205) 367-1911

This building is famous for a ghostly image that can be seen in one of its windows. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in May of 1994.

War Memorial at Pickens County Courthouse Courthouse
100 Court Square, Carrollton, AL 35447
Located in the front of the Pickens County Courthouse in Carrollton, AL.
Telephone: (205) 367-1911

Erected in 1927. Left–To The Memory of The Spanish American and World War Veterans. Center–Pickens County Tribute to The Men Who Wore The Gray and Were Faithful to The End. Right–To Our Beloved Women of The Confederacy, Spanish American and World War.

Pirates Cove Marina
595 Marina Pkwy., Pickensville, AL 35447
Telephone: (205) 373-6714

A year-round marina establishment with 20 sites, tents, electric, electric water hookups, 30 amplifier, water, toilets, shows, dump, laundry, pet friendly, store, fishing, hiking, and boat launch for all ages!

Shark Tooth Creek Outdoor Adventures
24114 AL Hwy. 14 East, Aliceville, AL 35442
Telephone: (205) 373-2605

A shark tooth hunting expedition, camping, fishing, swimming and canoeing.

All visits by appointments only!

Tom Bevill Visitors Center & Museum

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1382 Lock & Dam Rd., Pickensville, AL 35447
Telephone: (205) 373-8705

Exhibits describe life in Tombigbee River Valley. U.S. Snagboat Montgomery, one of last steam-powered stern-wheel boats to ply Southern rivers, adjacent to Center. Wheelchair accessible.

The Montgomery

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Located at the Tom Bevill Visitor Center.
Telephone: (205) 373-8705

This stern boat is permanently dry docked beside the Tom Bevill Visitor Center. This restored stern wheel steamboat is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and contains exhibits about the boats’ operation and history

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm

Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway

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Lock and Dam Road, Pickensville, AL 35447
Located just off of AL Hwy 14, near Tom Bevill Lock and Dam.
Telephone: (205) 373-8705

Facilities include a fishing pier, restroom, play area, and two covered shelters.