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Artesian Wells
Prattville, AL

Prattville is also known as the "Fountain City," because of numerous artesian wells that once flowed throughout town. The number of wells has diminished over time, but there remain several that are easy to find. Four that are found in the Downtown area include one in the backyard of the Prattaugan Museum where you can drink with a dipper; another is on Doster Road with a shelter that has been constructed over it inviting visitors to "sit a spell" while enjoying the cool clear water; a third well is in Heritage Park and the fourth is in the parking lot of First Baptist Church.



Creekwalk Garden
West Main St., Prattville, AL

Several years ago, one of our historic buildings on West Main Street burned down. The City of Prattville was joined by several individuals and Prattville Downtown Unlimited in turning the empty lot into a beautiful garden, perfect for quiet talks, reflective moments and even picnics! Prattville Downtown Unlimited contributed a bench, fountain and urns to the garden as part of their mission to keep Downtown vibrant. The Creekwalk Garden is ocated on Main Street right next to Fountain City Grill.


Creekwalk Garden in Historic Downtown Prattville

Daniel Pratt Cemetery
Gin Shop Hill Road, Prattville, AL

Daniel Pratt Cemetery is situated on the hill above Historic Downtown Prattville.



Heritage Park
Court Street , Prattville, AL

Heritage Park is a great place to view the beautiful fountain, Autauga Creek dam, millpond and Daniel Pratt's industrial buildings. It is located at the intersection of Main Street and Court Street.


Heritage Park Fountain in Historic Downtown Prattville

The Little Chapel
First Street , Prattville, AL

No one knows the genesis of the Little Chapel, but it was first discovered on an Autaugaville farm belonging to the Wendland family. Thought to be the original Episcopal Church mentioned by Shadrach Mims in his History of Autauga County, it was donated to Old Prattvillage and today serves as a poignant and picturesque reminder of the past.


Prattaugan Museum
McWilliams-Smith Rice House
102 East Main St., Prattville, AL
Phone: 334-361-0961

The museum is the repository of many valuable items, including collections of recorded oral and written histories of (residents of) Autauga County. The Center also house important artifacts, donated or on loan, that are part of our county's colorful heritage.



Pratt Park
460 Doster Road, Prattville, AL

Pratt Park is located in the "heart of old Prattville", features a small pond, walking trail, amphitheatre, picnic tables. Adjacent to "A Child's Place" playground.  Site of numerous community events, including the Lions Club Fourth of July Barbecue and Service League's Labor Day Barbecue. Barbecue pit and two pavilions available for rental.


Pratt Pool
256 Doster Road, Prattville, AL

The only Olympic-size pool in central Alabama. Home of the Flying Fish Swim Team. Summer Hours: Monday - Friday Noon to 5p.m.; Saturday 10a.m. to 5p.m; Sunday 1p.m. to 5p.m. Admission is $2 per person, under 3 is free! Family Pool Pass: $120


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