Alabama isn't all about football. OK, maybe it is, but there is also incredible natural beauty to be found, as well as important historical destinations to discover. Learn about the state's important role in the Civil Rights Movement and encounter hidden surprises around every turn by incorporating these bucket list items into your next Alabama vacation.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Alabama Tourism. The opinions and text are all mine. Rich in history and southern charm, Alabama shows visitors what hospitality is all about. Whether
Elija Mims House, c.1910, Clanton, Alabama Built by Elijah H. Mims around 1890-1910. The land was given to Mims by the government to be used for farming. The house was built using heart pine that was harvested from the cleared land. I-65 eventually consumed much of the land, and the house was demolished in August 2013.
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