The Old Decatur and New Albany Historic Districts, located near downtown off the southern bank of the Tennessee River, boasts the largest concentration of Victorian-era cottages and bungalows in Alabama. The two historic districts also feature houses and buildings built from the early 1800s to the present, including representations of the Colonial Revival, California Cottage, Dutch Colonial and Frank Lloyd Wright influences.

Walking/driving tour brochures and maps are available at the Old State Bank (925 Bank Street NE) and the Decatur Convention and Visitors Bureau (719 6th Avenue SE).



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