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Operated by the Alabama Historical Radio Society, the Don Kresge Memorial Museum allows visitors to see and listen to radios manufactured more than fifty years ago.
100-year-old building. Art gallery, studio spaces. Original embossed tin ceiling and display cases. Display of 50s and 60s clothes. Ongoing art shows.
One of Alabama's finest examples of mid-19th-century professional offices. Greek Revival doctor's office/apothecary shop. Authentic 1800s medical and pharmaceutical tools. 256-435-6332
Unique, hands-on experience where visitors interact with history. Exhibits include a talking tree, 46-foot keel boat, talking clock and preschool learning center and more.
The Eastern Shore Art Center connects people of all ages and abilities with the arts through education, exhibitions and outreach activities.
A small library and a small gift shop has been added. A log cabin with dog trot has been completely remodeled, it is handicapped accessible and available for rent for weddings, etc.
Antiques, Civil War relics, Native American artifacts, military displays. 1872 house built in traditional T-shape. Three chimneys, seven fireplaces. Antique wagons, tools, farm implements.
The Elmore County Museum strives to create historical interest and educate the community about our own heritage.
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.
60-year treasure chest believed to be one of best collections in world today. Porcelain, art, antiques, bronzes and cut glass. Please call to book Tour guild.
An exciting view into Fairhope's past. Photos, pottery, Native American artifacts and many Fairhope antiques. Single Tax Colony exhibit, fire station, and original house.
3,900-piece collection. Gallery devoted to following folk artists: Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Sybil Gibson, Benjamin Perkins, Wanda Teel. Mainstream art includes pieces from Blount Collection.
Located in Historical Downtown Foley. Our Sales Gallery is located in the historic Claude Peteet Real Estate building on Hwy 59, we feature approx 150 local & regional artists. Downtown Gallery open Jan-Oct, Trim a Tree at Tanger Outlets, Foley
Richardsonian Romanesque architecture, arched windows, heavy stone facade. Many Native American artifacts, as well as 1800-1900 farm equipment, photographs, historical items, railroad memorabilia and dioramas.
Usonian design (1939). Only structure in Alabama designed by Wright. Constructed of cypress, glass and brick. Fully restored.
Learn how young people using non-violent protest helped end segregated travel in the South. A historic building, exhibits, media, and artworks explore this compelling story.
The G.W. Carver Interpretive Museum is rich in history!
Designed to create exhibition space conducive to the art experience, Gallery One offers a wide selection of original art with prices to accommodate every taste and budget.
Collection of 42 antique tractors, tools, horse/mule pull plows, and one of the Southeast's largest collections of Native American artifacts. Also, household antiques.
Oldest building on campus (1829). Gorgas family residence 1879-1953. One of few buildings to survive Civil War. Antiques and Gorgas family memorabilia.
Located in historic downtown. Gallery features exquisite works of art created by the region's finest. New exhibits quarterly.
In addition to a wide diversity of works in the gallery, the arts alliance hosts workshops and classes on a variety of media.
See exhibits showcasing the history of Gulf Shores. We offer both adult and youth programs throughout the year. View our new exhibit Miss Sunny, a tourist icon from the 1960’s.