Created By: Historic Decatur Association
A good place to start the tour is on the north end of historic Bank Street with the Old State Bank at your back. The first block of buildings on the east side of Bank Street dates to the reconstruction following the Civil War in the late 1870’s and 80’s. The remaining Bank Street buildings are newer due to various fires that destroyed the downtown. As you walk down the block, notice the remnants of bricks and rails down the center where trolleys once connected the downtowns of Old Decatur and Albany.
Enjoy antique stores, coffee shops and art galleries along this historic street.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Old Decatur Historic District