Tuscaloosa Capitol Ruins


in Tuscaloosa County


Make Samsung
Model Gear 360


N 33.207930
E -87.574271


These ruins served as the Alabama State Capitol from 1826 to 1846, after having been moved to Tuscalooa after the city of Cahaba was abandoned due to flooding. After 1846, when the building served as a women’s college until it caught fire in 1923.

Park information current as of January 8, 2019
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