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Exhibition Gallery. Gallery includes art from local to national artist. They also have a children's hands on museum.
Paintings in oil, acrylics and watercolors, antiques, lithographs, Indian artifacts, china and porcelain and historical arts of Gadsden area are on display.
A collection of period furnishings, medical instruments, display cases, books, journals, apothecary memorabilia and more.
Weiss Dam, creating the reservoir, was begun as the first of seven hydroelectric projects on the Coosa in 1958, and finished three years later. It's a concrete and earthen gravity...
Started in 1973, this market has grown from a few vendors to over 1000 offering anything you could possibly want or need. Over 2 miles of paved road makes for easy accessibility....
Learn about our Cherokee County heritage. See thousands of items from long ago and exhibits about trains, steamboats, cannons, quilts, football heroes and more. Lots of...
Over 50 feet wide with 14 miles of floatable water, Terrapin Creek is a Class I-II recreational stream that provides an excellent family friendly canoeing and kayaking experience....
The museum features African animal and habitat displays, bird exhibits, extinct and endangered species, Egyptian mummies, American Indian culture, anthropology, paleontology and...
Home of great food and great movies. The theater is open year-round, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and open 7 nights a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day , playing all new...
Weiss Lake (pronounced “Wice”) is a 12 month fishery located in Northeast Alabama in Cherokee County. It should definitely be on your "Bucket List" of places to visit and fish....
Features exhibits of pictures, letters, farming tools, and housewares of local farms and industries.
The picturesque waterfalls flow over natural rocks into Weiss Lake at the footers from the Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia Railway trestle. Yellow Creek Falls, can be seen from...
This 250 acre park contains enormous boulders of limestone and quartz rising to 200 feet and measuring 70 feet wide in places. Native Americans lived in the area from 8000 B.C. to...