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Edward Vason Jones, known for his architectural work on the interiors at the White House during the 1960s and 1970s, called it one of the finest Greek Revival antebellum mansions in the Southeast. This is definitely one of the South's best and most beautiful examples...More
The home was built in 1852 for Edward Watts and family who lived there until 1864. The house was purchased by a local banker, Parkman, who lived there for a short time until his arrest shortly after the Civil War for losses his bank suffered...More
The staff were wondefu! Very patient with my questions, and went above and beyond to answer any questions. Enjoying a wonderful book bought in the gift shop by Kathryn Windham. There are some stairs to get to the upstairs.
Grew up in Selma and so...More
Sturdivant Hall is a must see if you travel to Selma, Alabama. It is a fully restored plantation home that will take you back to mint juleps on the front porch. There is a guided tour and it is also used for weddings and meetings.
Who knew that this museum would hold such treasures! I loved seeing the George Washington clock, they have 1 of 6 made. They have a working grandfather clock that is from at least the 1600's, it is was last repaired in 1702.
Such a beautiful...More