Come for the history, stay for the hospitality!
Join us in the heart of Alabama for Selma’s 40th Historic Pilgrimage.
Beneath the moss-covered trees of Alabama’s largest historic district, Selma opens its doors for the 40th annual Historic Selma Pilgrimage Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21. Spring Pilgrimage offers visitors a chance to experience hands-on history through guided tours of antebellum homes, museums, and more.
Selma’s Pilgrimage draws visitors from near and far to experience its diverse history and architecture in the state’s largest historic district. Angie Detoro is among those who attend every year. She has come to the Selma Pilgrimage for the past 10 years. “I would drive from Colorado to Tennessee and pick up my mom and sister, then continue the drive to Alabama. We love the beautiful architectural history of Selma. We appreciate the efforts of the Selma Pilgrimage Committee who make this possible, as well as the countless volunteers we have met over the years and the individuals who so graciously open their lovely homes for the tour. We look forward to attending this year,” she said.
Click on each image below for the 2014 brochure.
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A very special thanks to Janet Gresham for her wonderful photography and copy writing on this website. Please visit her blog about Selma. I’d also like to thank Andy Burton and the Selma Times Journal for their contributions. If you have questions about Pilgrimage, please print the Selma Pilgrimage Brochure (page 1 and page 2) or email us at Info@SelmaPilgrimage.com and someone will get back to you as quickly as possible. Hope to see you at one of the best events in Alabama, Selma’s 40th Annual Historic Pilgrimage.