Individual tickets can be purchased at each site. Ticket prices vary from $5 for museums to $10 for a single-house or cemetery tour, to $30 for a one-day package and $45 (two-day package).
Alabama’s largest historic district opens its doors to sites rarely seen by the public. Tours include antebellum homes, churches, museums, cemetery, post-Civil War foundry, a 1861 gristmill, 19th Century Heritage Village and two art shows.
Twilight is a special time when the ghostly residents of Old Live Oak Cemetery step out of the shadows to tell their own stories. Visitors will be led Friday and Saturday evenings to hear the stories of Selma’s former citizens. The “ghosts” vary each year and appear at the gravesites amid oak trees and sweeping Spanish Moss. Ghosts may include a U.S. vice president, a former slave-turned-congressman, Abraham Lincoln’s Confederate sister-in-law, a Civil War general and more.