Green Bottom Inn

The Green Bottom Inn was one of the first hostelries in Alabama. Built in 1815 by the owner and Revolutionary War soldier, John Connelly, he would entertain many political figures including three United States Presidents: James K. Polk, James Monroe, and Andrew Jackson. Later, Green Bottom Inn became the home of W. H. Councill, and would be the designated home for presidents leading Alabama A&M College until 1931, when the inn burned. Today, the only remnants that remain is the inn's wall.