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Belle Mont Mansion is a historic plantation house near Tuscumbia. Built between 1828 and 1832 in the Jeffersonian style by Dr. Alexander W. Mitchell, the house finds a mention on the National Register of Historic Places. Exemplifying the Jeffersonian style, the stunning structure is one of its kind in the Deep South sub-region. Take a tour of the architectural gem perched on the hilltop and marvel at its exquisite interiors as you take a step back in time. A well-preserved piece of history, the Belle Mont Mansion is an unmissable gem to be explored in Tuscumbia.
The Arx Mortis Haunted Attraction is sure to get your heart pumping and your adrenaline racing as fear flows through your veins. This haunted house presents a great haunt experience with state-of-the-art animations, exceptional actors, and top-notch props. The wait is usually long because of the lines but it's definitely worth it. The Arx Mortis is one of the largest haunted attraction of its kind in the state and is worth a visit.
Wichahpi Commemorative Stone Wall/Tom's Wall is a memorial garden built by Tom Hendrix, who built it for his beloved great-great-grandmother. This beautiful memorial is dedicated to a fierce Yuchi Indian Tribe woman Te-lah-nay, who lived in the vicinity in the 1800s. Visit the park, explore the enclosed stone walls and walking trails.
Encompassing an area of 700 acres (283.28 hectares), the Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve is a wonderful oasis of nature tucked away in Alabama's Colbert County. Featuring a splendid network of hiking trails, the privately owned area makes for an ideal way to spend a day in Tuscumbia in the lap of nature. Embark on an adventure with a visit to the preserve as you traverse the scenic trails and explore little streams and waterfalls, tranquil ponds, wetlands and woodlands, old cliffs, and a canyon.
With the commanding view of the Wheeler Lake, the Joe Wheelers State Park, is park that offers it's visitors a great time off from the chaotic lives. A resort lodge, restaurant, cabins, camping sites, fishing, golf, tennis, swimming, etc are all few of the various activities organised by the park. Be it a visit during the weekend or the perfect venue for the big day, the State Park is a great place to be at.
Key Underwood Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard is a pet cemetery in Cherokee, AL. This pet cemetery is used only for the burial of coon dogs. Formerly a hunting camp, this spot was converted into graveyard for coon dogs after Key Underwood buried his coon dog here in 1937.