Museum and archives dedicated to preservation of sports history, art and literature. ASAMA Gallery houses works of nationally and internationally famous sports artists and sculptors;
Union soldiers slept here en route to the Battle of Spanish Fort in 1865. Slave loft still intact. Graves dating back to 1847
Main building is 9000 sq. ft. with 4 large display rooms and huge equipment building added. 1908 church located here, as well as 50
Housed in Marietta Johnson's 1907 historic school. Books, literature, art, artifacts, photos, exhibits and videotapes pertaining to progressive philosophy of Marietta Johnson'
An exciting view into Fairhope'
Medical museum housed in Baldwin County's 1st hospital (1936)
Restored train depot from the early 1900
Antebellum home housing artifacts from prehistoric, Native American, pioneer, antebellum, Victorian and modern periods from Clarke Co. history. 1850
Historical landmark and old homestead with waterfall, water wheel, 1887 log cabin, nature trails. Electricity generated in 1800
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The Citronelle, Alabama Depot Museum is housed in the 1903 Mobile and Ohio Railroad depot which has been restored to its original 1903
Artifacts from 1784 Gulf of Mexico shipwreck of El Cazador—the wreck that changed the world. Silver coins (dated 1783)
Extensive collection of instruments, equipment, photographs, teaching materials and authentic letters which portray medical practice from the early 1700s and medical education since the 1800
Houses official non-current records of City of Mobile from 1814
Beautiful, newly expanded art museum in Langan Park features permanent collection of fine arts and crafts covering 2000
Three museums, one site: Oakleigh, a beautiful Greek revival home, is Mobile's official antebellum museum; Cox-Deasy, c. 1850 Creole cottage; Mardi Gras Cottage with 19th- and early 20
Restored fire house dating from 1855 was once home to Phoenix Fire Company. Collection of beautiful steamers and fire engines, dating as early as 19
1860 antebellum townhouse is one of Mobile'
Partially reconstructed 1724 French fort in downtown Mobile. Period costumed guides. Demonstrations of cannon and musket firing. Mobile'
Travel back in history to 60 million years ago. See fossils from the Claiborne Bluff. Native American artifacts, steamboat replicas and artifacts. Operated by Monroe Co. Heritage Museums. Campground/
Located in basement area of courthouse. Many replicas of Washington County's rich past. Washington is Alabama's 1st county, and boasts the 1
Displays include dinosaurs and fossils, mammals in open dioramas, 400-species bird collection, 2 authentic Egyptian mummies, walk-through replica of Alabama cave, children'
Historical objects of American West, world wars, Napoleon Bonaparte, Jefferson Davis and Adolf Hitler. Swords (including one with 1295 diamonds), sacred and secular art from Asia, 19
Considered one of finest examples of mid-19th-century professional offices in Alabama. Greek Revival doctor's office and apothecary shop filled with authentic medical and pharmaceutical tools of 1800
Housed in Selma, Rome and Dalton railroad depot (older than City of Piedmont), museum contains items from 1828
Museum housed in historical LaFayette train depot which was the hub of activity in the county seat. Established 1833
Group tours welcomed with prior arrangements. Permanent collection of 3700 pieces. Full gallery devoted to each of the following folk artists:
15-acre historic site. Greek Revival antebellum mansion, boyhood home of Rear Admiral Richmond Pearson Hobson (1870-1937)
Photos of Dr. Martin Luther King, news clippings, 1860 slave auction document, cement imprints of hands of Lewis Black, founder of Hale Co. Civic Improvement League, one of 1
Housed in renovated Southern Railway Terminal. Contains artifacts, documents, photographs, 1800s furnishings and farm implements, Civil War collection relating to 1862 28
Museum: equipment, instruments and objects representing the history and development of the health sciences in the U.S., with special emphasis on Alabama. Library:
Original memorabilia from 200+ inductees, including Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, boxer Joe Louis, track and field greats Jesse Owens and Carl Lewis. 2 Heisman trophies, 3
Decorative arts museum, built c. 1850. Fine collection of 19
The name and the passion come from Birmingham's George Barber who spent his time growing his business, Barber Dairies, and fueling his hobby, road-racing Porsches.
32-acre blast furnace plant where iron was made for nearly 100
See F-4 Phantom, A-12 Blackbird, F-111 Aardvark, Migs 15 & 21, helicopters, home-builts, photos, art, models. Follow Alabama aviation history through Hall of Fame plaques. Tuskegee Airmen &
Artifacts and documents related to Samuel Ullman, an important civic and religious leader in Birmingham's early history. In later years, he wrote "Youth"
Largest municipal museum in Southeast. Permanent collection of 22,000+ objects dating from ancient to modern times, various cultures. Highlights:
Located in 1935 gym built by WPA. 1900s train, mining cars, one-room Black school, Old Wyatt Elementary School, 1900
Artifacts and exhibits of Lincoln Normal School, founded in 1867
German P.O.W. museum/archives documenting Camp Aliceville (1943-45). Coca-Cola assembly line equipment (1948-78)
Possibly oldest dog trot log house in state (1820)
Invaluable documents and articles of Lt. Col. Inzer. One-story Greek Revival home (1852) with many original furnishings. Museum sponsored by Camp 308
Preservation, restoration and operation of historically significant railway equipment. Railroad artifacts, locomotives, cars and equipment from late 1800s-1950s exhibited in two 100
Housed in Shelby County'
Selected as Alabama's Attraction of the Year, The American Village in Montevallo celebrates our national pride and citizenship.
Tour one of the last old homes built in the latter 1800
Visit historic Smith Hall. View Grand Exhibition Hall built at turn of century:
Celebrate more than 100
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French influence is evident in 1827
Home of congressman, served in House of Representatives 1949-1965. Accomplishments include Library Services Act and National Defense Education Act. Received 1st Kennedy Profile in Courage Award (1990)
Replica of original 1897
Cherokee County's heritage is depicted with local newspapers, shotguns, wagons, housewares, telephones, 50
In 1873, Col. John G. Cullman, German refugee, established colony here. Replica of home houses museum and pieces from Cullman Archaeological Society. Cullman'
60-year treasure chest opened to public in 2001
Excellent example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture with its turrets, arched windows and heavy stone facade. Artifacts from many Indian tribes, 1800-1900
In 1861, Stevenson was a vital rail link to major points throughout the Southeast. Union General Rosecran's forces constructed a pontoon bridge across the Tennessee River at Stevenson in 1863
Artifacts and memorabilia of early life in oldest town in Jackson Co. Items date back to 1800
William Christopher Handy gave the world "St. Louis Blues," "Memphis Blues" and "Beale St. Blues." Wealth of personal memorabilia, including trumpet, handwritten music and piano on which he composed "
One of best examples of Wright's Usonian style (1939-40). Only structure in Alabama designed by Wright. Constructed of cypress, glass and brick. Acquired by City of Florence (1999)
Hands-on discovery experience for entire family. Exhibits educate while entertaining. Includes historical, musical, interactive, technological and indoor/
Retired teacher Ronald Pettus has transformed his passion for history into an exciting, colorful and educational museum. 5000 sq. ft. of exhibits include Native American, Boy Scouts, toys, military (1
Filled with antiques, Civil War relics, Native American artifacts, military displays. 2-story frame house built 1872 in traditional T-shape with 3 chimneys, 6
Located 6 mi./9.5 km south of Moulton in hometown of Olympic track great Jesse Owens. Park includes visitor center, picnic pavilions, replica of Owens'
Home to attorney, member of U.S. Senate, and governor of Alabama twice. 1835
1850s home provides view of 1850-1950
6 to 8 major traveling exhibitions per year, plus shows by regional artists and displays of art from museum'
Birthplace of Maria Howard Weeden (1846-1905)
Unique, hands-on experience where visitors interact with history. Talking tree, 46-foot keel boat, talking clock and preschool learning center, Biscuit'
Burritt on the Mountain has been referred to as a "Jewel on the Mountain." Start with Dr. William Henry Burritt's eclectic mansion, add a historic park with restored 19
Unique archive museum center. Repository of African-American history and culture providing a dialogue between present and past through archival collections and featured exhibits on 3
Complex includes 1935 Old Hunt School, 1912 church, country store, museum, grist mill, blacksmith shop, club demonstration home. Structures dating from 1880s to 1930
Special exhibits every month (traveling and local)
Young museum for those interested in America'
Built in 1897
1850 house is only one remaining that Hank Williams lived in prior to becoming Nashville star. Opened as museum in 1993
Large number of fossils, rifles used in Civil War, spinning wheel, Indian artifacts, military uniforms, farming implements. One-room cabin constructed of logs dating back to mid-1840
Located in 1899
Museum exhibits, military airplanes, helicopters. Largest collection in U.S. Extensive archives on U.S. Army aviation. Gift shop. #2 free tourist attraction award (1996)
Building was girls' dormitory of Baptist Collegiate Institute (estab. 1895). Now houses public library and agriculture museum. Tours available;
Interpretive history museum in 1891 railway depot. Artifacts from pre-history Indians through Voting Rights era. Civil War room, Black Heritage wing, military room (pre WWI-Persian Gulf)
Built in 1847
Outstanding example of Neoclassical architecture erected in 1853. 10
One of the oldest gardens in Alabama, Jasmine Hill has matured at 75-years. Filled with camellias, azaleas, flowering Japanese cherries and an abundance of other southern trees and shrubs, the 20
Hands-on ARTventures gallery with interactive art and sensory discovery of color, line, shape and texture. Changing exhibitions of current artists'
Offers opportunity to relive great Tiger memories. Museum'
Home to Auburn University's collection of American and European art. Nearly 40,000-sq.-ft. building offers 8
Regional museum of approximately 4000 artifacts form fascinating glimpse into east Alabama life over last century. Noteworthy collection includes Camp Opelika (WWII POW camp)
Built by slaves in 1832. Allen Glover'
Restored c. 1870 residence/cottage with Greek Revival/
Children's educational livestock facility. Displays, exhibits on nutrition, history. Hands-on learning. Hall of Appreciation (livestock industry pioneers exhibit). Opened 1995
Scott and Zelda lived here from 1931 to 1932
Large collection of displays and exhibits from early ballooning days to present. Era uniforms, artifacts. Highlights: Memorial Plaza, AC-47 gunship, B-52 tail gun, B-17 ball turret, 2
Permanent collection includes examples of 19th- and 20
Museum features Hank's 1952 Cadillac in which he made his final journey. Saddle, piano, guitars, photos, clothing, records and new showroom with 6
See North American wildlife in realistic settings. Each display provides 3
Parsonage provides public access to residence formerly occupied by Dr. Martin Luther King and his family (1954-1960)
Pioneer life from the past. 1881
Celebrate culture of Indians who inhabited Chattahoochee Valley. Includes stickball field, sacred fire sculpture, interpretive plaques, interpretive trail, names of Indians removed west in 1830