Sumter County Alabama has 14 places on the National Register of Historic Places including 1 place of National significance and 1 place of Statewide significance. Significant places include Fort Tombecbee and Mobley, Col. Green G., House, Beavers, Dr. James Alvis, House, Coffin Shop and Colgin Hill.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Sumter County places including Ausfeld & Chapman, C.H. & Co. Dabbs and Edward N. Kring. Prominent architectural styles found in Sumter Country are Greek Revival, Federal and Late Victorian.