Cedar Grove was originally located in northeast Philadelphia, beginning with a simple plan completed in 1750, with additions over the years. Five generations of the Morris family lived in the farmhouse from 1793 to 1926 when the building was acquired … Continue reading →
Fairmount Park Historic Houses
The Fairmount Park System is made up of 62 different areas throughout the City of Brotherly Love. The largest concentration of parkland is located on both sides of the Schuylkill River – from the Philadelphia Art Museum in the south, … Continue reading →
Formerly located on Church Street, where the U.S. Courthouse is located now, the "Arrington House" was owned by several prominent families in Montgomery, Alabama.
See the gallery of historic details from the residence, including unique plaster door casings and a different fireplace in every room.
Montgomery Alabama Historic Districts
Montgomery has dozens of vintage houses to visit in historic districts all around town.
Alabama State University Historic District
Centennial Hill Historic District
City of St. Jude
Cloverdale Historic District
Cottage Hill Historic District
Court Square-Dexter Avenue Historic District
Dowe Historic District
Garden District (Montgomery, Alabama)
Lower Commerce Street Historic District
Maxwell Air Force Base Senior Officer's Quarters Historic District
Ordeman-Shaw Historic District
Perry Street Historic District
South Perry Street Historic District
Old Alabama Town (301 Columbus Street) is an outdoor history museum with six blocks of authentically restored 19th and early 20th century structures open year-round, offering a full schedule of self-guided house tours, history tours and group tours. The 19th century village is managed by the non-profit Landmarks Foundation for the City of Montgomery. The best information about Old Alabama Town Tours is on facebook.
Ordeman House (1880s)
1840s Rose House (1840s)
The official website of the city also lists places to go when visiting Montgomery Alabama, including the First Capitol of the Confederacy, the Alabama State Capital building, Civil Rights Memorial, and the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church. The Montgomery Visitor Center at Historic Union Station has more information about local MOOseums and more in historic Montgomery.