Because everything is within walking-distance, enjoying downtown Cullman is a breeze. Sip on some of Cullman’s own Goat Island craft beers in one of the many restaurants or try a famous orange roll from the All-Steak. The downtown area is filled with unique shops and boutiques including toys, specialty clothing, jewelry, art, and fishing/hunting supplies. Many of the buildings are historical landmarks that make a stroll through downtown a unique experience. In addition, the variety of restaurants will keep you coming back for more. Among antique hunters, Cullman is known as treasure-trove of great antique stores. The award-winning Southern Accents Architectural Antiques is a must-see destination spot.
The Cullman Museum offers visitor information as well as walking tours. The adjacent Depot Park is open for anyone to relax and cool off under a shade tree, and next to the bustling farmer’s market is the Warehouse District. The Warehouse District is a cluster of trendy shops and eateries housed in repurposed historic warehouse buildings. Further south are some of the oldest buildings in Cullman. Here you can eat BBQ, pastries, wings, pizza and much more. The Busy Bee Cafe serves up some hearty breakfasts as well as homemade pies and soups.
Downtown Cullman hosts several events such as the Strawberry Festival, Dinner on First, 2nd Fridays, Celebrate Cullman, Oktoberfest, Christmas Open House, and the Cullman Christmas Parade.
Working together with local businesses, city, and county government in our historic retail district, Downtown Cullman has helped create a one-of-a-kind experience for locals and tourists alike.
There’s something for everyone in Downtown Cullman. So, come on down and relish in the excitement of a community that works together to make events fun for all.