Moore-Webb-Holmes Plantation c. 1819
Come take a walk through the past, present, and future on our historic, unique, and very diverse grounds. On our tour you will not only walk back in time. You will see what we are currently doing with grassfed beef, organic gardening, and how we are working towards self sustainability in the future. We are truly one of a kind in the state of Alabama and the United States with over 28 historic buildings dating back to the 1820’s. We are open by appointment to all groups, school groups, and individuals. We also offer full day or 2 day tours of the Black Belt. Book with us today and we promise you’ll be back to see more of what the Black Belt has to offer.
Historical Architecture Tour of Marion
- Start the morning off walking the beautiful Antebellum grounds of the Moore-Webb-Holmes Plantation.
- Go into Marion for a lunch at the historical Dozier Hardware Building now known as Anderson-Barnes Antiques.
- After lunch browse about downtown in the Antique Stores
- The afternoon will be a riding historic tour of Marion that will consist of over 70 Antebellum homes, buildings, and schools.
- Optional: Sit and have Tea, Coffee, and sweets at the Artisain Cafe on the Court House Square. And if some prefer a walk down the street for some Ice Cream at the Frosty Cow.
Antebellum Home Tour of Greensboro and Demopolis or Eutaw
- Start the morning off walking the beautiful Antebellum grounds of Moore-Webb-Holmes Plantation.
- Go to Greensboro for a Catfish lunch at Magnolias
- Option:Go across the street to Magnolia Grove and then to Demopolis for a guided tour of Bluff Hall and the world renowned Gainsewood Mansion. OR Go to Eutaw, AL Antique and have a guided riding tour of some of the most beautiful homes in the South.
You can swap some of these tours up any way that you would like or see all of it with a two day stay in the Black Belt. For smaller groups we have many B&B’s in Marion, Greensboro, and Eutaw. Demopolis has the most to offer with hotels for the larger group.