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The Old Tavern Museum


category : Museums
French influence is evident in 1827 inn and stagecoach stop. Once frequented by legislators when capital was Tuscaloosa. Authentic antique furnishings and memorabilia from Capital period.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open Tu-F 10-4.
Address: 500 28th Ave.

Phone: 205-758-2238
Fax: 205-758-8163

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