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An amazing old bookstore and museum located in the heart of historic beautiful Downtown Birmingham, Alabama. The world's only Museum of Fond Memories, established in 1980.
Interpretive Center & archaeological dig site focused on unique Federal Road and "Old Southwest" tri-cultural heritage tracing the history of a descendant community going back to pre-historic Native American presence, Creek Indian occupation and exile, large and small planters and enslaved and freed African Americans.
A non-profit adjunct of Jefferson Davis Community College, the facility collects, preserves and exhibits natural and cultural materials of this area for education and general enrichment.
Museum spotlights Civil Rights in Anniston and offers a guided tour of the 1961 Bus Burning. See photos of Freedom Riders and first Student Government Association presidents.
Located in cir. 1899 Central of Georgia Depot. Railroad cars, memorabilia, photographs. Handmade lace, linens, baskets. Depression glass, farm implements. Log cabin, country store, post office, miniature train exhibit. Alatex exhibit, war mementos, one-room schoolhouse artifacts. A project of the Covington Historical Society.
A museum of Tuskegee, Alabama's remarkable history, along with the multicultural history of Macon County's three distinct cultures and peoples. One historic place - Tuskegee/Macon County, three historic cultures - Native American, European American and African American.
Largest collection of Army helicopters, airplanes, and unmanned aircraft in the country. Features artifacts, photos, video kiosks and films. Extensive archives, gift shop, and tours by appointment.
See displays of more than 30 historical military vehicles (WWI-present), tableaus, artifacts, and memorabilia dating back to the Revolutionary War.
This Greek revival building was built in 1847 and has served as a hospital, courthouse, military school, and now as a museum. View an extensive collection of Civil War memorabilia, exhibits of medical and political artifacts, Victorian antiques, nationally acclaimed art from local artists, and much more.
Home to world's largest cast-iron statue. Enjoy panoramic views of Birmingham and hear stories of Birmingham's past, present and promise for the future.
W.C. Handy, the “Father of the Blues,” wrote beloved songs such as “St. Louis Blues” and “Beale Street Blues.” The W.C. Handy Birthplace, Museum & Library in Florence houses the world’s most complete collection of Handy’s personal papers and artifacts, including his trumpet, piano and handwritten music.
Located in the Courthouse on the Basement Level. Many artifacts from Washington County's rich past. Washington is Alabama's first county, and boasts the first territorial capital at St. Stephens.
Birthplace and lifelong home of Maria Howard Weeden (1846-1905), internationally acclaimed artist and poet acclaimed for her watercolor paintings of former slaves and the poems that captured their stories. A sampling of her works are read as visitors tour this antebellum home built in 1819.
See the large collection of muscle cars from 1969-1971, including Chargers, Challengers, 'Cudas, Chevelles, Mustangs, GTOs, Road Runners, the GSX and Superbirds. Sixty cars on display.
The Wiregrass Museum of Art collects and exhibits contemporary work by artists from Alabama and around the Southeast. Pieces from the permanent collection are on display throughout the year with temporary exhibitions that change quarterly.
Artifacts and memorabilia of early life in oldest town in Jackson Co. Items date back to 1800s. Located in Bob Jones Community Center.