Baldwin County, Alabama

Allen House (House)   [Map]
Off CR 10 on N bank of Bon Secour River, Bon Secour, Alabama
Also known as: Marshall House
Axil Johnson House (House)   [Map]
751 Edwards St., Fairhope, Alabama
Bank of Fairhope (Bank)   [Map · Street View]
396 Fairhope Ave., Fairhope, Alabama
Also known as: Press Register Building
Battles Wharf Historic District (District)   [Map]
US 98, Eastern Shore Blvd. roughly between Woolworth Ave. and Buerger Ln., Battles Wharf, Alabama
Beckner House (House)   [Map]
63 S. Church St., Fairhope, Alabama
Also known as: Baker House
Blakeley (Ghost town)   [Map]
A ghost town in Baldwin County, Alabama.
Also known as: Historic Blakeley State Park
Bottle Creek Indian Mounds (Burial site)   [Map]
An archaeological site within the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta near Mobile, Alabama.
Brodbeck--Zundel Historic District (District)   [Map]
US 98 Scenic Route and Old Marlow Rd., Point Clear, Alabama
Brunell House (House)   [Map]
12113 Jessamine St., Magnolia Springs, Alabama
Captain Adams House (House)   [Map]
907 Captain O'Neal Dr., Daphne, Alabama
Also known as: Stone House
Carl L. Bloxham Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
327 Fairhope Ave., Fairhope, Alabama
Also known as: Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce
Fairhope Bayfront District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Blakeney, N. and S. Summit Sts., Fels Ave. and Mobile Bay, Fairhope, Alabama
Fairhope Downtown Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Equality St., Fairhope Ave., Morphy Ave., School St., Summit St., Fairhope, Alabama
First Baptist Church (Church)   [Map]
N side D'Olive St., Bay Minette, Alabama
Foley Downtown Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
Parts of Alston, N & S McZenzie, AL 98, E & W Laurel, Myrtle, Rose, and W. Orange, Foley, Alabama
Fort Mims Site (Site)   [Map · Street View]
Address Restricted, Tensaw vicinity, Tensaw, Alabama
Fort Morgan (Battle site)   [Map · Street View]
Western terminus of AL 180, Gasque, Alabama
Gaston Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
336 Fairhope Ave., Fairhope, Alabama
Also known as: Single-Tax Office
Gateswood, Alabama (Populated place)   [Map · Street View]

George W. Cullum House (House)   [Map]
1915 Old County Rd., Daphne, Alabama
Also known as: Jones House, Caffey House
Golf, Gun & Country Club (Park)   [Map]
651 Johnson Ave., Fairhope, Alabama
Also known as: Manning House
Governor's Club (Building)   [Map]
11866 Magnolia St., Magnolia Springs, Alabama
Also known as: Brunell House
Hamner House (House)   [Map]
Oak Rd. off CR 6, Bon Secour, Alabama
Also known as: Roberts House
Henry Stuart House (House)   [Map]
22787 AL 98, Montrose, Alabama
Also known as: Hermit House, Tolstoy Park
Indian Village Achuse (Historic marker)   [Map]
Fort Morgan Parkway, Gulf Shores, Alabama
Killcreas House (House)   [Map]
46833 AL 225, Bay Minette, Alabama
Latham United Methodist Church (Church)   [Map]
E side Hwy. 59, Latham, Alabama
Lebanon Chapel AME Church (Church)   [Map]
Bounded by Young St. on the West and Middle St. on the North, Fairhope, Alabama
Lewis Starke House (House)   [Map]
2103 Old County Rd., Daphne, Alabama
Also known as: Shonts House, Delaney House
Malbis Plantation (Populated place)   [Map]
10145 US 90, Daphne, Alabama
McMillan House (House)   [Map]
1404 Captain O'Neal Ave., Daphne, Alabama
Also known as: Captain O'Neal House, Nordmann House
Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Church)   [Map]
1608 Old County Rd., Daphne, Alabama
Also known as: Old Daphne Methodist Church
Montgomery Hill Baptist Church (Church)   [Map]
E side Hwy. 59 on CR 80, Tensaw, Alabama
Montrose Historic District (District)   [Map]
Main (AL 42) and 2nd Sts., Montrose, Alabama
Montrose, Alabama (Populated place)   [Map · Street View]

Moore Store (Commercial building)   [Map]
14770 Oak St., Magnolia Springs, Alabama
Also known as: Moore Brothers General Store
Nelson House (House)   [Map]
Hwy. 59, North, Latham, Alabama
Also known as: Reynolds House
Nicholson House (House)   [Map]
CR 6, Oyster Bay, Alabama
Also known as: Nelson House
Orrell House (House)   [Map]
CR 6, Bon Secour, Alabama
Also known as: Burnette House
People's Supply Company (Commercial building)   [Map]
21950 Broad St., Silverhill, Alabama
Pine Grove, Alabama (Populated place)   [Map]

Point Clear Historic District (District)   [Map]
W side of US 98/Eastern Shore Blvd., Point Clear, Alabama
Point Clear, Alabama (Populated place)   [Map]

Sand Island Light (Lighthouse)   [Map · Street View]
A lighthouse located at the southernmost point of the state of Alabama, United States, near Dauphin Island, at the mouth of Mobile Bay, Alabama.
School of Organic Education (School)   [Map]
Bounded by Fairhope and Morphy Aves. and Bancroft and School Sts., Fairhope, Alabama
St. Mark's Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
W side CR 83, Elberta, Alabama
St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Church)   [Map]
E side Hwy. 90, Loxley, Alabama
Also known as: Loxley Public Library
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map]
An historic Carpenter Gothic church located in Magnolia Springs, Alabama.
Also known as: St. Paul's Episcopal Chapel
State Bank Silverhill (Bank)   [Map]
15950 Silverhill Ave., Silverhill, Alabama
Stockton Methodist Church (Church)   [Map]
E side Hwy. 59, Stockton, Alabama
Stockton, Alabama (Populated place)   [Map]

Street House (House)   [Map]
Wood Acres Rd. off CR 3, Point Clear, Alabama
Sunnyside Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
14469 Oak St., Magnolia Springs, Alabama
Also known as: McLennan House
Svea Land Company Office (School)   [Map]
S. 6th St., Silverhill, Alabama
Also known as: Oscar Johnson Memorial Library
Swift Presbyterian Church (Church)   [Map]
Swift Church Rd., Miflin, Alabama
Swift-Coles House (House)   [Map]
1 Swift Coles Ln., Bon Secour, Alabama
Also known as: Swift House, The Big House
The Texas (Building)   [Map]
306 Dryer Ave., Daphne, Alabama
Also known as: Dryer House, Brunell House
Twin Beach AME Church (Church)   [Map]
S side of CR 44, Fairhope, Alabama
U.S.S. TECUMSEH (Vessel)   [Map]
An iron-hulled, single-turret monitor in the United States Navy during the American Civil War.
US Post Office (Post office)   [Map]
A historic building built in 1932, in the Italian Renaissance Revival architectural style.
Also known as: Courier Building
Walker House (House)   [Map]
905 Captain O'Neal Dr., Daphne, Alabama
Also known as: Goldsby House, Warren House
White Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
White Ave., Fairhope, Alabama
Whittier Hall (Meeting hall)   [Map]
201 Magnolia Ave., Fairhope, Alabama
Also known as: Institute of Neurology and Psychiatry at Fairhope
Zurhorst House (House)   [Map]
200 Fels Ave., Fairhope, Alabama
Also known as: Maumenee House