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Hall of Heroes Military History Museum
At Talladega's Hall of Heroes Museum, we aspire to be more than simply a collection of unique local items. We are devoted to creating a living, interactive learning experience through special events and exhibitions. Our carefully curated private collection attempts to impart our knowledge and ideas, and to instill excitement and imagination in our visitors. We look forward to your visit - we promise you will learn something new.
A great source of pride within our community, the Hall of Heroes Museum is dedicated in its mission to honor and pay tribute to our Military Veterans and First Responders. History and patriotism are on constant display throughout our vast collection of one-of-a-kind remembrances of local heroes. Our group of devoted volunteers look forward to welcoming your visit to this very special place of honor.
112 Court Square East, Talladega, Alabama 35160
Historic Ritz Theatre
Talladega’s Ritz Theatre (circa 1936) is considered one of the best surviving examples of the Art Deco mainstreet theatres of the 1930’s. Careful restoration of the landmark’s extraordinary facade – comprised exclusively of opaque structural glass, a common construction material used lavishly during the Deco period in buildings like the Rockefeller Center in New York City – was completed in late 1997 with perfectly matched antique vitrolite glass by renowned St. Louis artisan Timothy J. Dunn.
The historic Ritz Theatre reopened on February 16, 1998 as the premiere performing arts center of East Central Alabama with a concert by the National Symphony String Quintet.
115 Court Square North, Talladega 35160
CMP Talladega Marksmanship Range
The CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park is “The Home of Marksmanship,” where responsible firearm ownership, safety instruction, and accuracy training reside inside a beautiful 500-acre range facility.
Open to the public—no membership required!—the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park has something for all types of firearms and firearm owners. The park prides itself on its friendly, accommodating staff and the time savings of electronic targets, allowing visitors to focus on marksmanship instead of spending time hanging paper targets down range.
4387 Turner Mill Rd, Talladega, AL 35160
On an unassuming stretch of land suited for soybean farming located next to a couple of abandoned airport runways, crews constructed the biggest, fastest, and most competitive superspeedway in the world- Talladega Superspeedway.
3366 Speedway Blvd, Lincoln, AL 35096
Top Trails Off-Road Park - Mud, Rocks, Trails, Hills
With trails that never end, explore nearly 3,000 acres of the best off-roading in the South! Every kind of terrain available. Night riding every weekend. Book camping online today!
Experience challenging off-road trails for quads, side by sides and single track bikes that wind through thousands of acres at the foot of Alabama’s highest point on the old Coosa River/Brecon Annex property. Enjoy breathtaking vistas — an outdoorsman’s dream come true and a place the whole family can enjoy.
794 Welch Ave, Talladega, AL 35160
Rising Up Amistad Murals
In 1938 Alabama’s Talladega College commissioned acclaimed African American artist Hale Woodruff to paint six large-scale murals portraying the Amistad mutiny and its aftermath, as well as the founding of Talladega College. The High Museum partnered with Talladega College on the removal, extensive conservation treatment, and multi-city tour of the mural series.
627 Battle Street W, Talladega, AL, US, 35160
Talladega College, Alabama's first private historically black liberal arts college, has been known for academic excellence for over 150 years. Their history began in 11865, when two former slaves met in convention with a group of freedmen in Mobile to make the commitment: "...We regard the education of our children and youths as vital to the preservation of our liberties, and true religion as the foundation of all real virtue, and shall use our utmost endeavors to promote these blessings in our common country."
627 W Battle St, Talladega, AL 35160
Silk Stocking District
The Silk Stocking District boasts architectural styles including Queen Anne, Classical Revival, Colonial Revival, American Craftsman, and other late Victorian types. The district covers 113 acres and contained 120 contributing properties when first listed.
Talladega, AL 35160
Manning Hall, on the Talladega campus of the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind (AIDB), is one of the school's original buildings, constructed in the mid-1850s. The building is shown here in a 1939 photo by Frances Benjamin Johnson for the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the American South. The building currently houses the president's office and other administrative departments as well as an exhibit section called "Sight and Sound" with displays on history and technology relating to vision and hearing impairments and education.
205 South Street E, Talladega, AL 35160
Kymulga Grist Mill & Covered Bridge
Kymulga Park provides full hook up RV camp sites, primitive camp sites, 8 miles of nature trails,
canoe/kayak rentals, disc golf and fishing. Also on site is the Mill Store which offers a variety of items
including souvenirs, snacks and the opportunity to purchase stone ground grits, corn meal and local
honey. There is a large covered pavilion that can be rented for parties, reunions and weddings. Guided
tours of the mill and its operation are available during park hours.
7346 Grist Mill Rd # 180, Alpine, AL 35014
Motor Sports Hall of Fame
The International Motorsports Hall of Fame enshrines those who have contributed the most to motorsports either as a developer, driver, engineer or owner. The IMHOF was established in early 1970 following NASCAR founder Bill France Sr.'s decision to hire short track racing promoter Don Naman to build a museum and hall of fame in order "to preserve the history of motorsports and to enshrine forever the people who have been responsible for its growth."
3198 Speedway Blvd, Lincoln, AL 35096
These are the Good Old Days--- Throughout our country's history, the town center has served as a community gathering spot - a common meeting ground to shop, to dine and if luck had it, to leave with a few friendships formed. Located in the heart of the Russell Lands communities, Russell Crossroads perfectly blends these storied traditions with today's conveniences. Wander into Catherine's Market, where you can find fresh, locally grown ingredients as well as gourmet goods. Enjoy an evening at the elegant SpringHouse restaurant or have a casual picnic on Heaven Hill. The rustic, cobblestone streets encourage relaxing strolls. And little details like handcrafted street lamps let you know this place was designed with old-fashioned care.
386 Talladega Springs Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151