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Paul W. Bryant Museum/University of Alabama Museum


category : Museums
Celebrate more than 100 years of Crimson Tide football, revealed through photographs, uniforms and sports memorabilia. State-of-the-art videos display highlights of Bama coaches, players and unforgettable plays. "Where the season never ends!"


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open
Address: 300 Paul W. Bryant Dr.

Phone: 205-348-4668
Fax: 205-348-8883
Our Website:www.bryant.ua.edu

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Paul W. Bryant Museum/University of Alabama Museum

Celebrate more than 100 years of Crimson Tide football, revealed through photographs, uniforms and sports memorabilia. State-of-the-art videos display highlights of Bama coaches, players and unforgettable plays. "Where the season never ends!"

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