2420 N Broad St
Selma, AL 36701
Phone: (334) 874-8600
Fax: (334) 874-2656
Visit this cemetary and see the graves of Confederate soldiers and prominent Selma Residents.
Visit this restored 19-century commercial district with brick streets, antique stores, fountains and a restored bridge-tender's house.
Enjoy driving and walking tours of this beautiful, historical area.
Brown Chapel was the first AME church in the state. This was the headquarters for African Americans during the Voting Rights movement in the 1960's.
This remarkable building was completed in 1847 by Selma Masonic Order to serve as university.
Alabama's 1st permanent capital and most famous ghost town.
The Paul M. Grist State Park is a marvelous State Park site and hold immense monumental value. It is precisely situated at roughly 17 miles (27 kilometers) to the north of the Selma region in Alabama. It comprehensively encompasses a massive land cover of 1,080 acres (440 hectares). The park site is a magnificent avenue for indulging in recreational activities like fishing, swimming, picnicking and hiking. It is swanked as a scenic campsite.