Historic Building/Landmark - Museum - Park/Garden
331 Cotton Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35211
Arlington is a fine example of Greek Revival architecture dating from the 1840s. The house was built by Judge William S. Mudd, one of the ten founders of Birmingham. The house is furnished with a collection of 19th century decorative arts. Located on six acres in the heart of Old Elyton, the first permanent County Seat of Jefferson County, Arlington is a center for historical, cultural, and civic activities.
Arlington’s historic dining room is available for breakfasts, luncheons, dinners, and receptions. Weddings are scheduled on the beautifully landscaped grounds. All events are reserved in advance.
Thursdays at Arlington: Dine in Arlington’s historic garden room each Thursday in June, July and August. A complimentary tour of the museum is included with lunch. For reservations, call 780-5656.