138 Elm St.
Oxford, AL 36203
Phone: (256) 831-0860
Fax: (256) 831-7850
138 Elm St., Oxford, AL, US, 36203
- Phone: (256) 831-0860
- Fax: (256) 831-7850
Offering tours of an eclectic collection of early to mid 20th century residential dwellings.
Featuring an Alabama-shaped reflecting pool, 36 foot long Veterans Wall made of black Zimbabwe granite and engraved with names of 1,208 lost Vietnam veterans from Alabama, and two semi-circular walls engraved with the names of all Alabama veterans lost in war.
The building, completed in 1890, is an outstanding example of Norman architecture. Featuring 12 foot white Carrara marble altar, alabaster reredos, hand carved angels and crosses, magnificent stained-glass windows, a 95 foot bell tower, and an antique organ with nearly 3,000 pipes. Tours are available.
Nestled in the foothill area of the enormous Appalachian Mountains, the Cheaha State Park is a treat for nature lovers. This scenic site is a treasure trove of nature and boasts of beautiful hiking trails and a swimming lake. If you feel like spending more time here, it also has camp-sites and cabins for overnight stay.
Seller of wines including French hybrid reds and whites, fruit, and muscadine, muscadine jams, jellies, syrup, candles, logo items, and glasses. White Oak Vineyards is the home of the Wine and Rhododendron Festival.
This large park offers a lodge set atop a beautiful secluded mountain top with 30 guest rooms, meeting facilities, cabins, camping sites, many adventure trails, picnic areas, and a lake area with pedal boating, swimming, and fishing.
Rigsby Farms is a private agriculture based company that has rich farms spread across a lush green spectacle. The farm has a variety of crops and is especially flourishing in the harvest season. There are many educational tours conducted here by schools and colleges. A part of the farm is also open for those serene family picnics.
Cheaha Wilderness, lake area, Pinhoti National Recreation Trail System and scenic drive.
Walking tour. The oldest courthouse in continuous use in Alabama.