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August 30, 2014
 
 

Springville

City of Springville Website 

Springville, population about 2000, is a town out of the past. The old store fronts are so unique that scenes of the movie, Vern Miller, set in the 30's, were shot here The town is easily accessible from Interstate 59.

HISTORICAL SITES
The Masonic Lodge, circa 1860, housing a museum & the town library; the Woodall building, circa 1880, one of the oldest known hardware stores; the Allison-Kirkland building, probably built in 1892; the House of Quilts

THINGS TO DO
Homestead Hollow, near Springville, offers a look into pioneer life There are a number of annual events held at the site. Visit their website at http://www.homesteadhollow.com
White's Mountain Bluegrass Festival, visit their website at  http://www.whitesmtnbluegrass.com

 

PLACES TO STAY
Nearest lodging can be found near Birmingham on Interstate 59.

WHERE TO EAT

For further information, call Chamber of Commerce, 467-2339

 
 

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