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Alabama Barn Quilt Trail

Statue or Public Art Display
Dale Robonson

What is the Quilt Trail? The Quilt Trail is an agricultural tourism project designed to promote travel & community pride by encouraging the public to explore our roads, farms, businesses and historic towns. Barn Quilts are part of what has become known as “The American Quilt Trail Movement” featuring colorful quilt squares painted on barns & buildings throughout North America. It is one of the fastest-growing grassroots public art movements in the United States. Tourists come to discover the quilt squares on thousands of barns & buildings scattered along driving trails throughout the nation.

This public art project assists applicants wishing to be a part of the Quilt Trail with erecting traditional barn quilt patterns hand painted and mounted on barns and buildings throughout Alabama. Our Website can be found at :

Our Facebook page can be found at:

How to Get There

Listed below is a Google map of all the current barn quilt trail quilt block locations with their physical street addresses. It is continually updated as new blocks are added.


Seasons Open

Year Round