Courthouse Square Historic District
In the heart of Albion, the county seat, stands the 1858 Greek Revival Style dome County Courthouse and the 1882 County Clerk's Building, surrounded by 34 architecturally significant structures. Seven churches face the square, one of which was built in 1894 by George M. Pullman, who later became a millionaire with the manufacture of railway sleeping cars. National Historic Register site. Group tours by appointment.