Arlington Antebellum Home & Gardens is a former plantation house and 6 acres (24,000 m2) of landscaped gardens near downtown Birmingham, Alabama. The two-story frame structure was built between 1845–50 and features antebellum-era Greek Revival architecture. The house serves as a decorative arts museum, featuring a collection of 19th-century furniture, textiles, silver, and paintings. The garden features a restored garden room that is used for special events. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 2, 1970

 

About Arlington

INFORMATION & VISITOR TIPS

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Last tour ticket sold at 3:00 pm

Closed on Sunday, Monday and all City holidays

ADMISSION:

$5 per adult

$3 per student 6 to 18 years

Group rates available for 10 or more people.

(Rates subject to change)

FOOD AND BEVERAGE:

In order to preserve the historical integrity of the collection

displayed within the house museum, food, chewing gum, or beverages

are not permitted.

PHOTOGRAPHY:

Feel free to take out your selfie sticks and cell phones. Personal

photos are encouraged at Arlington. Please no flash to help preserve

the collection for generations to come.

Contact (205) 780-5656 if you wish to conduct a photo session.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Arlington Historic House and Gardens

331 Cotton Avenue S.W.

Birmingham, Alabama 35211

(205) 780-5656

331 Cotton SW

Birmingham, AL  35211 

205-780-5656

arlingtonantebellumhome@gmail.com

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