Attractions in Enterprise

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Attractions in Enterprise Alabama

ARTS
Coffee County Arts Alliance
(334) 406-ARTS (2787)
www.coffeecountyartsalliance.com
Various performances throughout the year featuring professional artists, symphonies, choirs, plays and other types of entertainment geared for all ages and cultures. Current schedule is available on the website.

Enterprise Civic Center
(334) 348‑2668
www.enterpriseal.gov/civic-center
Opened in 2010, this state-of-the-art center houses various performances, meetings, and events throughout the year. Call for a detailed schedule.

Performing Arts Center
(334) 347‑2640
www.enterprisepac.com
Opened in 2011, this state-of-the-art center houses various performances and events throughout the year, including plays, ballets and musical performances. Call for a detailed schedule. (Attached to the Enterprise High School)

Southern Broadway
(334) 470‑6568
www.southernbroadway.com
Best known for the up-and-coming play “The Depot” (July 2011), Southern Broadway has been attracting audiences for years with its captivating performances. Upcoming shows include “Jurror #7” and “The Christmas Gift.” Call for group pricing.

AGRICULTURE
Coffee Cotton Gin
(334) 308‑2500
Hours: By appointment; free admission
Visit this historic cotton gin in Enterprise. Watch the process of harvesting cotton, making bales and production of cotton products. Best time to view is September through early November.

Country Best Farms
(334) 393‑7224
Farm-fresh produce and goods are sold at this country farm. Purchase fresh fruits and vegetables, jams and salsas or even freshly made ice cream.

Enterprise Farmers Market
(334) 348‑2668
Come and enjoy fresh, local fruits and vegetables picked just for you in this open-air marketplace. Also a great place to learn about some local specialties.

Sessions Peanuts
(334) 393‑0200
www.sessionspeanuts.com
Founded in 1917, Sessions is the oldest peanut producer still in operation in Coffee County. Products include shelled peanuts, crude peanut oil, peanut meal, peanut seed and peanut hulls.

FAMILY FUN
All About Art
(334) 348‑2738
www.allaboutartstudio.com
A creative hands-on studio, All About Art offers walk-in art sessions, no appointment needed: Paint Your Own Pottery, Painting on Canvas, Wooden Door Hangers and Clay in the Mud Room. Classes are also offered for all ages.
Boland Lanes
(334) 347‑8953
Family friendly bowling lanes. Call for special event pricing.

Clark Cinema 10
(334) 347‑2531
www.clarkcinemas.com/enterprise
State-of the-art 10-screen multiplex featuring electric luxury recliners, three 3-D auditoriums, an expanded concession menu, all digital projectors, stereo surround sound and soundproof walls.

Enterprise Recreational Complex
(334) 348‑2686
1901 Neil Metcalf Rd.
www.enterpriseal.gov/parksandrecathletics
Large fields that host baseball, softball and soccer. Also includes walking/jogging trails, covered pavilions, multiple playgrounds, splash pad, fishing pond, and bark park!

Fun Factory
(334) 347-1FUN (1386)
Roller skating, jump shot, rock wall, glow golf, pool and arcade games are just a few fun activities offered in this fun factory for kids ages 5 to 100!

Two by Two Petting Zoo
(334) 464‑0543
www.twobytwofarms.com
See alpacas, ponies and much more on this walk-through petting farm open to the public.

FORT RUCKER AREA
Army Aviation Museum
(334) 598‑2508
www.armyaviationmuseum.org
Maintains a collection of over 164 military aircraft, including one of the largest collections of military helicopters in the world. Public galleries include aircraft from the early days of aviation through today’s high-tech machines flown by Army aviators today (manned and unmanned).

Fort Rucker Outdoor Recreation/Lake Tholocco
(334) 255‑4305
rucker.armymwr.com/programs/lake-tholocco-lodging
A 640-acre lake that offers numerous recreational activities. Boating, skiing and swimming are favorite sports at the lake. Facilities include four fishing piers, beaches, pavilions and clean restrooms. Fort Rucker has several excellent lakes and ponds for fishing. Swimming is allowed at the West Beach Swimming Area, open Memorial Weekend through Labor Day weekend.

HISTORY
Historic District Self-Guided Walking Tour
(334) 347‑0581
www.VisitEnterprise.com
Visit historical areas of Downtown Enterprise to get a glimpse into our area’s past and present.

Historic Rawls (NRHP)
(334) 347‑7612
www.rawlsbandb.com
Historic building founded in 1903 as a hotel to surpass any of its time. Registered on the National Register of Historical Places, the Rawls blends contemporary comforts with old-world elegance. It is now home to a fine dining restaurant, bar and a meeting venue.

Pea River Historical and Genealogical Society
(334) 393‑2901
www.peariver.org
Downtown society library of historical and genealogical items. Ideal for those seeking information on Enterprise’s past as well as unique gifts for everyone.

MONUMENTS/LANDMARKS
Aviator Monument
(334) 347‑0581
Dedicated to our men of Army aviation, whose gallantry and devotion to duty ensure America’s freedom. Located at the intersection of Park and Plaza drives in Enterprise.

Boll Weevil Monument
(334) 347‑0581
The only monument of its kind in the world, reminds visitors of the Wiregrass and its agricultural past. Located at the intersection on Main and College streets in Enterprise.

Coffee County Civil War Battlefield
(334) 347‑0581
Historic marker where the only Civil War battlefield in Coffee County was held. Original cemetery of Enterprise, and the final resting place of more than 40 Civil War soldiers. Located in the Enterprise City Cemetery, Downtown, Enterprise.

College Street Elementary School
605 W College St., Enterprise
Councilman R.O. Fleming founded City Elementary School in 1919. It was built using donated bricks and city council funds and had only 12 rooms for grades one through six. The school was renamed College Street Elementary School in 1960. The Enterprise Board of Education voted to decommission the school in 2015.

Enterprise High School Tornado Memorial
(334) 347‑2640
Memorial dedicated to the eight people who lost their lives during the tornado that ripped through Enterprise on March 1, 2007.

Enterprise Ledger Building (NRHP)
(334) 347‑9533
Doorway and hallway include original woodworks from the Enterprise City Library.

First Baptist Church
(334) 393‑5683
www.fbcenterprise.com
Built in 1912, historic church located in downtown Enterprise.

First Presbyterian Church
(334) 347‑9515
www.1stpreschurch.net
Historic church in downtown Enterprise.

First United Methodist Church
(334) 347‑3467
www.efumc.com
Historic church built in 1904. Oldest church in Enterprise.

Helicopter and Wall of Freedom at Enterprise Recreation Center
(334) 348‑2684
“Huey” helicopter standing next to the Wall of Freedom, honoring Coffee County military who lost their lives keeping America free. Located at entrance of Johnny Henderson Park.

MUSEUMS:
Depot Museum (NRHP)
(334) 347‑5748
Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday-Friday,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.
to noon Sunday
Historical museum housed in the 1903 railroad station, originally built by the Alabama Midland Railway. Houses artifacts from Enterprise’s unique past, from the Civil War era, to present day.