AML Cullman County,Alabama from Juergen Beck on Vimeo.

 

From its Native American and Civil War past to proud heritage as the site of an authentic 1870s German village,
Cullman offers travelers plenty to see and do. You can visit a museum dedicated to the town’s German founder, explore a local treasure filled with Civil War memorabilia or stroll the grounds of a Benedictine Abbey where miniatures of some of the world’s most famous religious shrines can be found. The town is home to three Alabama governors: Jim Folsom, Guy Hunt and Jim Folsom Jr. Cullman is also the site of the Cullman Oktoberfest each fall. Whatever you choose to do on this road trip, you’ll quickly discover why Cullman was selected by bestselling authors Gerald Sweitzer and Kathy Fields as one of “The 50 Best Small Southern Towns.”

 

Rock the South

 

Courtesy of Cullman Aerial Photography

 

 Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament

 

Courtesy of Cullman Aerial Photography

 Cullman Strawberry Festival

Courtesy of Michael Kimbrough

 

 

 

 

 

 

Applebee's - your neighborhood bar and grill!

Applebee's

Your neighborhood bar and grill

Johnny's BBQ's

Johnny's Bar-B-Q

Come try our giant BBQ Stuffed Potato

Applebee's - your neighborhood bar and grill!

Augusta's

Unbeateable homecooked cuisine

Applebee's - your neighborhood bar and grill!

Carlton's

Delicious Italian lunch and dinners

Cullman Chamber of Commerce

GET IN TOUCH
Jesse Newsom - Director of Tourism
256-734-0454
email: jnewsom@visitcullman.org

ADDRESS
Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce
& Visitor Center
301 2nd Avenue, SW
Cullman, AL 35055