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National African-American Archives & Museum, Inc.


category : Museums
Portraits and biographies of famous African-Americans. Carvings, artifacts, books, documents. History of Colored Carnival, Hank Aaron Fan Club, African-American participation in Mobile Mardi Gras. Authentic slavery artifacts. Audio and video oral histories.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open M-F 8-4; Sat. 10-2, Sun. by appt.
Address: 564 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave.

Phone: 251-433-8511
Fax: 251-433-4265

Come visit us in Mobile, Alabama

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Condé-Charlotte Museum House

Built in 1822-24. Owned by National Society of Colonial Dames in America. Period antiques and decorative arts depicting 5 periods of historic Mobile. Original cannons from French Fort Condé

Mobile, AL Historic Homes

Admiral Raphael Semmes House

Raphael Semmes moved to Alabama in 1842. When Alabama withdrew from the Union in 1861, Semmes resigned from the U.S. Navy and was Commissioned a commander in the confederate Navy. He was promoted to Captain and assumed command of the C.S.S. Alabama. During its 22

Mobile, AL Historic Homes




Things to do Museums near Mobile, AL

The American Sport Art Museum & Archives

Museum and archives dedicated to preservation of sports history, art and literature. ASAMA Gallery houses works of nationally...

National African-American Archives & Museum, Inc.

Portraits and biographies of famous African-Americans. Carvings, artifacts, books, documents. History of Colored Carnival, Ha...

Thomas E. McMillan Museum

Fossils and Indian, American, military and historic artifacts interpreting cultural heritage of southwest Alabama and northwe...

Mobile Medical Museum

Extensive collection of instruments, equipment, photographs, teaching materials and authentic letters which portray medical p...

Washington County Museum

Located in basement area of courthouse. Many replicas of Washington County's rich past. Washington is Alabama's 1st county, a...