Situated along the slope of Blue Mountain, Anniston is a small city of just over twenty thousand people. Anniston has much to offer to visitors with its Anniston Museum of Natural History, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Berman Museum of World History and the Knox Concert Series.
Noble Street, the original main street of Anniston is now a great place to dine and shop. The five star Victoria Inn and Restaurant provides the highest level of comfort and hospitality while staying here. The restaurant and the inn's ties to the local community ensure only the best foods from fresh ingredients are served. General George T. Anderson of the Civil War fame, actor Michael Biehn, and Daffney of TNA Wrestling hail from this city.
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