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Livingston is located in West Central Alabama between Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Meridian, Mississippi. Interstate Highway 59 and 20, U.S. Highway 11, and Alabama Highway 28 feeds travelers to and through Livingston. The University of West Alabama is loca …

Touch of Home Bakery

If you are looking for a little unique restaurant to get a home cooked meal, look no further than The Touch of Home Bakery, located in downtown Livingston. The lunches are prepared fresh every day by the Mennonites, and everyone is greeted with a smile …

Lake LU

Lake LU is a 54-acre lake on the University campus which provides facilities for fishing, boating, and picnicking; there are covered areas for grilling, picnicking, and several benches and picnic tables around the property. Surrounding the lake are the …

it’s all in the past

Part furniture showroom, part antique mall, part gallery, it’s all in the past is an eclectic emporium where vintage meets antique to create an affordable and comfortable, yet stylish look for your home. Owned and operated by James & Suzanne McGahe …

Livingston’s Historic District

Livingston’s Historic District is a part of downtown Livingston. Here you can find several beautiful antebellum homes and two historic churches, the United Methodist Church and St. James Episcopal Church. There are 16 historic homes, three historic mar …

Spence-Moon House

Spence-Moon House, constructed in 1834, is one of the earliest residences in Livingston.The Spence-Moon House is one of eleven homes built by a group of craftsmen from New Hampshire and Connecticut who were employed to build homes. It is one of only fi …

Alamuchee-Bellamy Covered Bridge

The Alamuchee-Bellamy Covered Bridge was originally designed and constructed over the Sucarnoochee River by Confederate Army Captain William Alexander Campbell Jones and was used as an access route to Mississippi by Confederate forces led by General Na …

Courthouse Square

The Courthouse Square is located in the heart of Livingston. Within the Square, you will find the Sumter County Courthouse, Confederate Monument, and the Bored Well. This courthouse is the third courthouse in the history of the county. The first courth …