The Guide:

 

 

Hale County Attractions

Auburn Rural Studio                                                                      
Newbern, AL                                               
Headquarters for Rural Studio Architectural Designs in Alabama’s Black Belt.
No admission charged
Telephone: (334) 624-4483
www.cadc.auburn.edu/soa

Havana UMC Cemetery
Highway 69, Havana, AL
The grave of Julia Tutwiler, President of Livingston Normal, educator, advocate for prison reform, and author of Alabama’s state song, is located in the cemetery of this historic church erected in 1842.  

Jennings Ferry Campground
Located on a point between Black and Clear Creeks of the Warrior River
Campground with 52 sites fully accessible and equipped.  See website for admission and camping fees.
http://bwt.sam.usace.army.mil/warrior/warriorcamping.htm

Magnolia Grove, Greensboro, AlabamaMagnolia Grove
1002 Main Street, Greensboro, AL
Boyhood home of Spanish American War Hero Rear Admiral Richard Pearson Hobson
Hours Tuesday - Friday, 1st and 3rd Saturday 10 am - 4 pm; Sunday grounds only, 1 pm – 4 pm.  Admission:  Adult $5, College $4, Grade 12 & under free
Telephone: (334) 624-8618

Moundville Archaeological SiteMoundville Archaeological State Park
Highway 69, Moundville, AL
Preserve for 28 prehistoric Mississippian mounds, Archaeological Museum, Campgrounds.           
Hours: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Admission: .Adults $5; Students $3; Children under 3 Free
Telephone: (205) 371-2234
http://moundville.ua.edu/home.html

Safe House Museum
2401 Davis Street, Greensboro, AL
Houses information and photos on Black Heritage &  Civil Rights Movement.
Hours: Friday 10 am - 3 pm and by appointment
Admission:  Donations accepted
Telephone: (334) 624-2030