Peek into the past. Stop and smell the roses. Enjoy a great lunch. It’s all downtown! Be sure to save a day to discover the charm and friendly folks in downtown Foley.

Model Train Museum

{ Start }

  • Foley Railroad Depot Museum – artifacts that tell the story of how Foley came to be
    open Mon – Sat, 10am – 3pm
  • Model Train Exhibit – kids of all ages enjoy “O” gauge trains traveling the 60’x 22’ layout that depicting small town life
    open Tues, Thurs and Sat, 10am – 2pm (free)
    125 E. Laurel Ave. • 251-943-1818
  • Antique Rose Trail – showcasing hundreds of heritage roses of all sizes and colors
    Begins north of the Pavilion in Heritage Park near the intersection of Highway 59 and E. Violet Avenue in downtown Foley

{ Lunch }

Enjoy lunch in downtown Foley with a buffet.

  • Mamma Mia! Pizzaria – We serve house made American-Italian cuisine 6 days a week. If you love pizza, pasta or sandwiches, you’ll love us.
    246 W. Laurel Ave. • 251-971-7492
  • Desmond’s Taste of Jamaica – an excellent choice for lunch, serving authentic Jamaican cuisine.
    214 W. Laurel Ave. • 251-970-3287

{ Afternoon }

After a wonderful lunch, continue your downtown adventure with stops that are educational and artistic.

  • Holmes Medical Museum – tour the area’s first hospital which served the community from 1936 to 1958
    111 W. Laurel Ave. • 251-943-4381
  • Jan’s Art Studio – one-of-a-kind Alabama souvenirs
    115 W. Laurel Ave. • 251-971-3836
  • Foley Art Center – showroom representing more than 200 local artists
    211 N McKenzie St. • 251-943-4381
  • Orange Blossom Square – 14 stores conveniently located in the heart of Foley
    W. Orange Ave.

End your day with a well-deserved treat at Stacy’s Old Tyme Soda Fountain. Enjoy an ice cream or coffee at the soda fountain, or try Stacy’s famous Key Lime milkshake, included on the list of 100 dishes to eat in Alabama before you die.