Selma is a city in Alabama.

Get inEdit

View of Broad Street

By carEdit

From Montgomery US-80 W/Alabama 8/Selma Hwy toward Selma.

Get aroundEdit


Edmund Pettus Bridge
  • 1 Edmund Pettus Bridge. The Edmund Winston Pettus Bridge was the scene of the Selma to Montgomery March in 1965. The demonstrations that occurred here led to the U.S. Voting Rights Act of 1965. The bridge was erected in 1939 and named after U.S. Senator Edmund Winston Pettus.    
  • 2 National Voting Rights Museum and Institute, 6 US Hwy. 80 East (Foot of the Edmund Pettus bridge), +1 334 418-0800. M-Th 10AM-4PM; F-Su : by appointment only.    
  • 3 Ancient Africa Enslavement & Civil War Museum, 1410 Water Ave. M-Sa 10AM-5PM (Sundays and off hours, call to schedule).







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Routes through Selma
MeridianDemopolis  W   E  MontgomeryColumbus

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