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Tourist attractions in Selma AL

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Our website,, provides tourists with information and driving directions to  attractions and things to see in the Selma Alabama area. Attractions related to the civil rights movement, Edmund Pettus Bridge, museums, historic churches with beautiful stained glass windows, cemeteries with hand carved marble monuments from the early 1800's, ancient Spanish moss draped Live Oak and Magnolia trees. There are also many artifacts from the Civil War of the United States on display in the Vaughan-Smitherman Museaum and The Old Depot Museum. You will also find many points of interest around the Selma and Dallas County area.


Historic Riverfront Park is a twelve-acre park with a concrete path, timber-bridge, playground and two overlooks to the Alabama River and the Edmund Pettus Bridge that was made famous as the launching point of the Civil Rights Movement led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Old Cahawba Archaeological Park,  is where Alabama's first state capitol was located, and is only a 14 minute drive away.

Visit our Attractions Page for more information. is sponsored by Cemetery Preservation Group, Inc. whose mission is to restore, preserve and protect historic cemeteries as well as to provide educational publications, walking tour brochures, videos, and educational programs at no charge. 

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