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Sightseeing and Tours in Auburn, AL

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Auburn War Eagle

Auburn University, AL

Before each Auburn football game, an eagle is set free to circle the stadium and land in the center of the fi...


The main level incorporates a lobby, office suite, seven exhibition galleries, a museum shop, a café, an audito...


The LCHS Museum has many great exibits and displays. The museum is currently made up of seven buildings: the Ol...


Noble Hall

Auburn, AL

Marker Front: The Greek Revival rock and mortar house was built by Addison Frazer (1809-1873) between 1852 and 1854 a...


Once used as a theater, the University Chapel was a hospital during the Civil War. When the chapel was used by ...


Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Auburn University, AL

The Alpha Mu chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on June 15, 1878 at the Agricultural & Mechanical College of ...


Boom and Change

Loachapoka, AL

Coming of the railroad from Montgomery in 1845 started a new era, with Loachapoka's name revived. It became the trade...


(side a) Lee County Courthouse Lee County was created from portions of Russell, Macon, Chambers and Tallapoosa by act...


Wittel Dormitory has long been admired as one of Auburn’s most significant examples of classic nineteenth-century des...


The Lane House, built in 1853 at the corner of Thach and College Street, was home to several Auburn University notabl...


Established as the first religious organization in the area in 1837 with 22 members as Lebanon Methodist Episcopal Ch...


The Museum of East Alabama focuses on the diverse and intriguing history of the region from Indian times ...


Medieval Chartres replica in brick with gravel walkway located in meditation garden.


The Lathe

Auburn, AL

Built in Selma, Alabama, during the early part of the Civil War for the manufacture of military supplies for the Conf...


Side A: The University Chapel is the oldest public building in the city of Auburn. Built as a Presbyterian Church, th...


This title given by Legislature in 1960 followed start of second century of growth in diverse services to state, nati...

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