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Belle Mont Mansion

Historic Site or Trail
Glenn Wheeler

Belle Mont Mansion is an excellent example of Jeffersonian style architecture of the early American Republic. It was constructed in 1828 and is known for its high quality brickwork and contrasting wood trim. Today, it is owned by the Alabama Historical Commission and is one of only five state-owned historic homes. It is furnished with period antiques from the Tennessee Valley and a number of portraits and other items original to the Isaac Winston family, who once owned the plantation.

How to Get There

Belle Mont Mansion is located at 1569 Cook Lane (County Road 53), approximately ¼ mile west of Highway 43 South in Tuscumbia.

Time Period Represented



Belle Mont is open Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Groups of 10 or more should schedule their appointment by calling 256-381-5052.

Seasons Open

Open year-round. Closed on all major holidays.


Visitor Fees

Adults $6 / Students, seniors, military $5 / Children 6-18 $3

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