Dallas County is rich in history and recreational activities for people of all ages to enjoy. Selma boasts one of the largest historic districts in Alabama, with many of the structures in the downtown area dating back to the 1800's. Visitors come to Dallas County from all over to visit the area's five museums, Civil War sites and Civil Rights landmarks, such as the Edmund Pettus Bridge and the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.
- Popular events throughout the year include the Bridge Crossing Jubilee, Central Alabama Fair, Tale Tellin' Festival, Kenan’s Mill Festival, Battle of Selma Re-enactment.
- In addition to all the historic attractions in Dallas County there are a number of recreational activities within convenient distance to town.
- Boating, Canoeing, Fishing on Alabama and Cahaba Rivers
- If you enjoy the beach, the Gulf Coast is only a three-hour drive from Selma.
- For more information on these and other events in Selma/Dallas County please visit the Selma & Dallas County Chamber of Commerce site here.
- Lodging for you and your guests staying in Dallas County is easy to come by, below is a listing of the hotels in the area that are available.
Historic Selma Hotel, 1710 W. Highland Avenue / 334-872-0461
Budget Inn, 601 Highland Avenue / 334-872-3451
Best Western Inn, 1915 West Highland Avenue / 334.872.1900