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Blacksburg, South Carolina
June 11, 2005
Living historians portray farmers, craftsmen, townsfolk, and musicians. They are all more than happy to tell you about their trade or time period.
An herb garden on the premises features a variety of plants. This site provides a really neat experience that will definitely transport you to another time. You can take a self-guided tour, or, for groups of 10 or more, guided tours are available. Open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 3pm. For more information, visit www.oldalabamatown.com.
From journal Civil War to Civil Rights: Southern History 101
January 17, 2001
My main recommendation is to go in the spring or fall, because the winter and summer are very unpleasant to be outside in Alabama. Most Montgomerians have been there so may times that we rarely visit it, but tours are given most Saturdays or can be scheduled by calling the Old Alabama Town office or the Montgomery Visitor Center.
For a little bit of the old days, something different from run-of-the-mill tourism, this is a good bet and an interesting thing to witness.
From journal Montgomery