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It has been known for its marble industry for the past couple of centuries, but more recently, and more bizarrely, it was also the first documented site where an object from outer space — Hodges Meteorite — fell from the skies and bruised a citizen! With scenic hikes, picturesque forests and cascading waterfalls, Talladega National Forest is the perfect place to get back to nature.
Today, it hosts a thriving, eco-system, home to a variety of flora and fauna species, horseback riding trails, nature walks and peaks to climb. Bring some comfortable shoes for walking, a picnic, perhaps some camping gear and a camera, and enjoy a fun day or two in this enchanting emerald forest. The hidden caverns were once home to prehistoric Indians, early Indian traders, and Confederate soldiers would mine gunpowder here during the Civil War. The room is feet tall and yards long with slim passageways and a spectacular array of stalagmites, stalactites and rock formations.
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With over 20 attractions which include water golf, archery, crystal finding, gem panning and a maze, you will be entertained all day. Blue Bell Creamery opened its doors inand now hosts plant tours by appointment for interested visitors to the city.
Each tour takes you through the manufacturing and production process of their delicious, mouth-watering ice creams, and after the minute tour is over, you get the opportunity to sample some flavours too! General admission is very reasonable, around the cost of an ice-cream serving, making it great value for a family afternoon out in the city. If you wish to delve deep into the history of this region of Alabama, take a short drive to Kymulga Covered Bridge and Grist Mill.
Set in a pretty woodland park, the Grist Mill dates to around and was constructed from timber from the local forest. The mill was used by locals to grind corn and wheat, and today, you can still take a guided tour to view its interior and see the type of machinery used. This quaint bridge was once a main access route for settlers and pioneers relocating to the area from other regions of the U. Today, you can walk the bridge, which spans the creek, continuing into woodlands to hike scenic walking trails.
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The woodlands are filled with rare Alabama Paw Paw trees which were once used by Native Americans for medicine and food, and its setting is a wonderful place for creatives, with superb photo and sketching opportunities. It is open each Friday morning between June and September, with stalls offering organic farm-fresh produce from vendors who have their businesses and farms within 50 miles of Sylacauga.
The mission of this museum is to provide access to arts and humanities through a selection of exhibits and collections to both locals and visitors. The museum showcases a wide range of memorabilia, historical artefacts and photographs from the local area. There are sculptures carved from locally quarried marble for which the city is famous, plus several displays on early settlers and Native Americans who lived in the area.
The house is steeped in history, dating back towhich just adds to the old-world charm of this Southern-style fine dining restaurant. If you dream of dining on Shrimp and Grits with roasted asparagus, or Char-crusted Angus New York Strip steak with buttermilk mashed potatoes, look no further.
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Sculpted from farmland which lies beneath rolling scenic hills is the impressive FarmLinks Golf Course. Each hole has its own story, and there are even historic s dotted around the golf course, so you can learn fascinating facts as you play.
The course hosts several golfing contests throughout the year, so check before you play, and you may be able to enter too. The lake encompasses acres and offers some of the best fishing, hiking and mountain biking in the state.
Keen anglers will find the lake stocked with an abundance of bass, crappie and bream, and mountain bikers can cycle the mile long dirt track through woodland on the Sylaward Trail. If you are seeking a day of relaxation in amongst nature, you can bring a picnic and hike the trails too.
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Whatever you decide to do, Lake Howard is a place to kick back, unwind and be captivated by stunning Alabama scenery. This vineyard specialises in Muscadine and fruit wines which are sweet wines, perfect to pair with red meat, game, a spicy jambalaya or desserts.
You can purchase a bottle of NV Blush — a semi-sweet blend of muscadines with a spicy nose and pear nectar, or sample the delicious NV Red Mountain Red, a full-bodied semi-sweet wine with flavours of cherry and mocha, perfect to complement a rich chocolate dessert!
The motorsports track was built inon the former site of Anniston Air Force Base, and each year the 2. You can camp out by the race track pre-race, and possibly meet like-minded new friends in the process.
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The exhibition centre pays homage to all the greats involved in the motorsport industry, ranging from the drivers, to the race car deers, engineers and team managers. Their Roide Platter and Family Combos serve 2 or more, plus if you are cooking for friends, you can take your smoked meats to go!
Their vines were planted on land which has been passed down through their family since the mids, and today, overlooking a beautiful lake in Alabama, they produce aromatic, flavoursome award-winning Muscadine wines. Try the Dixie Gold — a blend of Magnolia, Carlos and Muscadine grapes, or perhaps sample a glass of Festive Red, a fruity semi-dry little which makes for an excellent dinner wine.
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If all the wine-tasting, ice cream sampling, hiking, fishing and mountain biking has tired you out, spend a relaxing day in Noble Park in Downtown Sylacauga. This tranquil city park features a playground for the little ones, a quarter mile walking trail and a skate boarding park.
You can bring a picnic, enjoy an outdoor celebration with family and friends, or simply lie back on the grass and soak up the Alabama sunshine. Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn.