Travelodge - Cullman, AL
Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Alabama
While in Alabama, you might enjoy a visit to:
An odd statue of a soldier, one-half Yankee and one-half Reb, in an Alabama county that didn't join the Confederacy. A simple Yankee soldier statue would have been less complicated, but this is the South.
In a park across from the Civil Rights Institute, snarling police dogs leap inward from two parallel walls.
Since 1989, folk artist Joe Minter has filled his yard with homemade sculptures, shrines, and signs as a tribute to African-Americans, on orders from God. He welcomes visitors.
Former World's Largest Country Store closed in 1950, was revived as a museum/soda fountain in 2006 to remind of the convenience of buying your ice cream sundaes and child-size coffins in the same building.
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