Temporarily Closed - Swift-Coles Historic Home
COVID-19 UPDATE: To help protect the health and safety of our visitors, staff, and volunteers, this attraction will be closed to the public effective March 17.
This circa 1882 historic home is located on the Bon Secour river under 120-year-old Southern live oak trees. Originally the home of Charles and Susan Swift and their 11 children, it was purchased in 1976 by Nik Coles. Before his death in 2007, he bequeathed the home to the Baldwin County Historic Development Commission. In 2009 the home was opened to the public and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Cash only.
- Group Friendly
- Handicap Accessible
- History & Museums
- Indoor Activity