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Things to do in Selma

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Point of Interest
“The Edmund Pettus Bridge is the symbolic structure connected to the struggle for Voting Rights in the 60's. You'll be staying at the foot of the bridge.”
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Museum
“Sturdivant Hall is a stunning, completely restored Greek revival mansion built in 1856.”
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“The fried seafood baskets are to die for! There is indoor and outdoor seating, plus it's right on the river.”
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Cemetery
“Live Oak is one of the most historically relevant cemeteries in the United States. This is one of the most beautiful cemeteries, full of stone masonry from the pre-civil war era and on. There are civil war soldiers buried here, as well as a civil war memorial.”
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“The fried seafood baskets are to die for! There is indoor and outdoor seating, plus it's right on the river.”
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