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Talladega Walk of Fame / Davey Allison Memorial Park

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The Davey Allison Memorial-Walk of Fame is a beautiful landscaped park that covers one full city block down town Talladega, Alabama. Dedicated during the summer of 1994, the memorial is open 365 days a year with free admission.

The park serves as a memorial to the late Davey Allison, as well as a tribute to Nascar "All Star" Drivers that are chosen by the fans each year. The first inductee's ("The Alabama Gang"), Bobby Allison, Donnie Allison, Red Farmer, and Neil Bonnett were inducted by decree of The Board. All others have been "Fan Favorites", voted in by the fans.

Davey is recognized by a large marble monument while the drivers have bronze plaques that are placed around the park. The park is designed in the shape of the Talladega Super Speedway with walk ways, simulating the asphalt track.

The Talladega-Texaco Walk of Fame is two things:

A focal point to salute NASCAR racing's all-time "All Stars" as selected by THE FANS each season. Each year, two or three drivers are chosen from a ballot of nominees selected by strict guidelines established by the park's board of directors.

An everlasting tribute to the late Davey Allison.

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Hours of Operation: Not Listed
Notes: Above Hours Are For April 1 - September 30 October 1 - March 31 Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday Noon - 5pm CLOSED MAJOR HOLIDAYS including New Year's Day, Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Location:The park is located just off the historic Talladega Courthouse Square in beautiful downtown Talladega, Alabama, just 90 miles west of Atlanta, Georgia and 40 miles east of Birmingham, Alabama.


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