located near the falls is noccalulla falls park. noccalulla falls park has a restored pioneer village, a childens train, petting zoo, and a hiking trail up to the falls. the park also offers camping facilities. there is an admission charge for the park but if you wish just to see the falls go past the park on 12 th street and there is a free...more
206 Walker Street, Gadsden, Alabama, 35904, United States
Good for: Business
106 Walker Street, Gadsden, AL, 35901
Good for: Couples
116 Walker Street, Gadsden, Alabama, 35904, United States
Good for: Business
Not just a coffeehouse; Jitttters is a gourmet restaurant with a European ambience. Owners treat you as family in a setting of rich antiques. Wonderful, healthy food. Great coffee as implied by the name. Go ahead; get the caffeine. You only live once. Very reasonable prices, too. Grilled Chicken Salad on a bed of European greens served with...more
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the downtown tavern is a nice friendly local pub on broad street. good beer selection and a nice atmosphere. they offer live entertainment at night. a great place to have a after work beer.
Dress Code: casual.
Believe it or not this is the extent of shopping in this town. They do have a mall as well but most everything you need is here cheaper.
Oh the memories.... (picture sleeping on top of CTG if you wondering...)
the cornwall furnace was built by the noble brothers to provide iron products to the confederacy during the civil war. the pig iron ingots produced at the furnace were sent to the noble brothers foundry in nearby rome georgia for manufacture of war materials. the furnace was taken out of production by union troops in 1864. the cornwall furnace is...more
pictured is a monument to the surrender site of union colonel abel streight to confederate general nathan bedford forrest on may 2 nd 1864. this confederate victory spared the town of rome georgia from union attack.from gadsden take US 411 north to centre alabama then Al 9 to cedar bluff. the surrender site is on Al 9 just east of downtown cedar...more