Built in 1832 by Francis Strother Lyon, Bluff Hall serves as a house museum and popular Alabama tourist attraction. Bluff Hall houses an extensive clothing/textile collection dating back to the early 1800’s. Period antique furnishings, including several slave made pieces original to the Demopolis area, are also on display in Bluff Hall. In addition, Bluff Hall showcases several beautiful antique portraits and landscapes by such noted artists as Wilhelm Frye.
Bluff Hall, named for the White Bluffs of the Tombigbee River on which it sits, is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am-5pm and Sunday 2pm-5pm. Admission charged, with group rates available. 334.289.9644