Fayette, Alabama, located in northwest Alabama at the foot of the Appalachian mountain range, is a community with strong interest in history, the arts, education, and athletics. The area contains many historical sites and museums, including the Fayette Art Museum and its collection of art by nationally renowned local artist Jimmy Lee Sudduth, the Evelyn Walker Robertson Historical Museum, and the Fayette Train Depot Museum. The city is home to Bevill State Community College and national champion Bevill State Bears, and Fayette County High School and its state champion Fayette Tigers. Fayette is also just a short 45 minute drive from Tuscaloosa and the University of Alabama. It is centrally located between Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, and Columbus Mississippi, making it a perfect stopping point along the way to any of those destinations. Fayette,
Alabama, is the home of two wonderful Inns. Columbus Street Inn, is an original 1870 home and features 4 guest rooms. Rose House Inn,
is a restored 1898 Queen Anne home that
is on the National Register of Historic
Places, with 10 rooms available.
Keep Fayette in mind for all your travel