The Official Travel Site of Alabama

Commodore Museum

Museum

Former rehearsal and recording studio for the group The Commodores featuring Lionel Richie as the lead singer. Songs such as Three Times a Lady, Still, Sail On, Brickhouse, Easy, Zoom, Jesus Is Love, Fancy Dancer, Too Hot to Trot, Sweet Love and countless others were nurtured and brought to life at the studio. All of their major tours were rehearsed at the museum location. A Kenny Rogers television special with The Commodores was also filmed here. Tourists can view stage-worn uniforms, performance equipment, film footage of The Commodores, recording equipment and other artifacts of the group. Come and enjoy the opportunity to walk through the building where the group spent so much time preparing for tours all over the world. This was the only property that the group owned together between all of the members. The museum also features a gift shop where pictures, tour books, backstage passes and items previously owned by the group can be purchased. Call 334-724-0777 or 334-201-9105 for more information.

Wheelchair Accessible

Commodore Museum
208 East Martin Luther King Highway
Tuskegee, AL 36083
334-724-0777
Hours of Operation
  • Sunday and Monday, appointment only. Tuesday-Saturday 10 - 6 or by appointment
Fees
  • $10 per person