Sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places:
Cornwall Furnace - Civil War blast furnace situated on Weiss Lake.
Sites listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage:
Major Chisholm Daniel House, Circa 1835- One of the oldest remaining houses in the county. It served as the headquarters of Confederate General John Bell Hood on October 18, 1864.
Bradford-West House, Circa 1863
Webb Chesnut House, Circa 1850
Jordan's Old Place, Circa 1880
Pleasant Gap County Store, Circa 1896
Pratt Park, Circa 1905
Rock Run Village, Circa 1874
Savage-Campbell House, Circa 1908-1910
Cemeteries listed on the Alabama Historic Cemetery Register:
Garrett Cemetery - Cherokee Chief Pathkiller along with many early settlers are interred there.
Little River Falls / Little River Canyon - National Preserve
Yellow Creek Falls - Picturesque waterfall
Cherokee Rock Village - Rock outcropping atop Lookout Mountain with a view of Weiss Lake
Other Historic Sites:
Barry Springs / Fort Likens site - Cherokee Indian removal fort
Streight Surrender Site - The site of U.S. General Abel Streight's surrender to C.S. General Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Round Mountain Furnace - Fourth oldest furnace in Alabama and played an important role during the Civil War.