Talladega County is famous for a type of rock and auto racing. The marble found in Sylacuaga is among the highest quality in the world, and the city celebrates its famous product with sculptures and an annual festival. The Talladega Superspeedway is one of the largest and fastest racetracks in the world. The nearby International Motorsports Hall of Fame preserves the history of stock car racing. A natural attraction in the county is Desoto Caverns, in Childersburg. Places of interest in the city of Talladega, the county seat, include the Ritz Theatre, the Jemison-Carnegie Heritage Hall Museum, and the “Silk Stocking” historic district, with dozens of significant homes.