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Portraits and biographies. Carvings, artifacts, books, documents. History of Colored Carnival, military memorabilia, Hank Aaron Fan Club, African-American participation in Mobile Mardi Gras. Audio/video histories.
Preserved Home Economics/Agriculture building (cir. 1941) of Baldwin County Training School, the only area high school for African-American students from 1889-1950. Hear stories and see artifacts and furniture.
Gallery, located in the RSA Tower downtown, provides an ongoing showcase of the work of Alabama artists in all media.
Shotgun houses depicting African-American life from the 1930s-1960s. Named for Civil Rights pioneers, including Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy.
Costumed guides lead tours of working village (1805-1819). Cabinetmaker's shop, print shop, confectionery shop, library and post office. Commemorates 1819 Constitutional Convention site.
Founded in 1999, Alabama Contemporary Art Center is a non-profit contemporary arts center located on Cathedral Square in the heart of Mobile’s historic downtown district.
Oldest state-funded archives in U.S. Historical records and family genealogy. Alabama history museum exhibits.
Headquarters of country music group ALABAMA. Visitors from around the world can learn about their favorite band.
Tribute to jazz greats with ties to Alabama. Lionel Hampton, Erskine Hawkins, Sun Ra, more. History from beginning of jazz to present.
Founded 1987 to recognize men who have had significant impact on state, country, world. Honored with bronze plaques displayed in Davis Library/Samford University.
Located in 1935 gym built by WPA. 1900s train, mining cars, one-room Black school, Old Wyatt Elementary School, 1900s Kellerman Post Office, Oakman Depot.
Turn-of-century Grand Exhibition Hall. Fossils, rocks, minerals from Dinosaur, Ice and Coal Ages. See only meteorite known to have struck a human.
The Alabama Music Hall of Fame honors Alabama's musical achievers. Memorabilia from the careers of Alabamians such as Tammy Wynette, Lionel Richie, Emmylou Harris, the group Alabama, The Commodores, Nat King Cole, W.C. Handy, Hank Williams and many other artists are featured in the 12,500-square-foot exhibit hall.
Changing exhibits. Handmade quilts, hooked rugs and other Alabama-made arts and crafts.Red and green pepper jelly is made on site. Pepper Jelly Festival last Saturday of April.
Permanent collection of works by area artists.
Original memorabilia from 323 inductees, including Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, Nick Saban, Bobby Bowden, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, boxer Joe Louis Barrow, track and field greats Jesse Owens and Carl Lewis. Theater, touch-screen videos.
Bronze plaques in honor of Alabama women who made significant contributions on a state, national or international level during their lifetime.
We are delighted to host tours for various groups in the community. Tours can be customized to fit your group's schedule. Simply contact us and we will work to accommodate your request.
Farrington Hall, built in 1908 by former Congressman William F. Aldrich. See pictures, relics and five murals by Giuseppe Moretti, creator of Vulcan in Birmingham.
1928 Company Store depicts early history of coal mining in Shelby County. Contains numerous collections of pictures, artifacts and simulated coal mine.
German POW museum/archives documenting Camp Aliceville (1943-45). Coca-Cola assembly line equipment (1948-78). American veteran military collection.
Museum is dedicated to the preservation of sports history, art and literature.
This sister museum to the National Voting Rights Museum houses exhibits that depict historical, topical, and provocative impacts and occurrences during slavery in America. Admission charged. Please call ahead to schedule a tour.
A world of excitement and adventure awaits! Explore faraway lands and discover nature's secrets at Anniston Museum located in scenic Lagarde Park in Anniston, Alabama.