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Provides an environment to promote learning, creation and appreciation of the visual arts by presenting different exhibits throughout the year.
Central High, the predecessor of Carver High School, served Gadsden's African-American community from 1934-36. Museum development under way.
Museum housed in historical (1833) Lafayette train depot, which was the hub of activity in the county seat. Museum houses items of county history.
Celebrate culture of Native Americans who inhabited Chattahoochee Valley. Includes stickball field, sacred fire sculpture, interpretive plaques, interpretive trail, names of Native Americans removed west in 1830s.
County heritage depicted with newspapers, wagons, housewares. Civil War, WWI, WWII, railroad artifacts, riverboat, Native American, farming, vehicles, and blacksmith. Interactive exhibits include old trains, player piano, cash register, toys for tots, plus large screen displays about Cherokee County history. Internet cafe is available in Museum.
Explore and discover. From farm to space, tow boats to kaleidoscopes, art studio to hospital. 22 exhibits for newborns to 12-year-olds. The museum has a gift shop and holds parties and summer and holiday events.
Chilton County Arts Council in historic Rose Levine building opened Rose Gallery December 2013, local Fine Art and Folk Art, classes, Art Library.
Fossils, Civil War rifles, spinning wheels, Native American artifacts, military uniforms, farming implements. 1847 log courthouse, old store, school info.
Restored train depot from the early 1900s. Now houses archives for City of Foley as well as railroad memorabilia. Annex houses "O" Gauge train exhibit available 3 days a week.
Visit the Civil Rights Memorial Center to deepen your understanding of the Movement, the sacrifices of that time and the challenges that lie ahead.
Antebellum home housing artifacts from prehistoric, Native American, pioneer, antebellum, Victorian and modern periods. 1850s exterior kitchen. Five historic buildings and 1830s log cabin.
Gallery of works by area's finest artists and craftsmen. Alabama's only public-access glassblowing studio. Make a piece of glass at the Hot Shop.
Coastal Textile Center. 251.943.2960. Open Wednesday - Saturday 10 - 4. Textile learning center with classes and fee based open studio. Adjacent to Clara's Loom Fiber Arts Gallery.
The Coleman Center for the Arts (CCA) is a contemporary arts organization that uses art to foster positive social change, answer civic needs, build local pride, and use creativity for community problem solving. By nurturing and facilitating partnerships between artists and community we strive to create the vision and the means for a creative and sustainable society. Our mission is to integrate contemporary art into education, civic life, and community development throughout our region.
The Coleman Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization that supports its community through such programs as artist-in-residence, exhibitions, educational programs for the youth, workshops, camps, and juried art shows.
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, and Brickhouse were nurtured and brought to life at the studio.
House museum furnished with period antiques depicting Mobile`s history under five different flags: French, British, Spanish, American and Confederate.
The Cook Museum of Natural Science is currently under construction in downtown Decatur. The new 60,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility will serve the people of North Alabama and the Southeast as a legitimate educational destination as well as a premier tourism attraction. The Museum will be an interactive immersion into North American Biomes, from deserts to oceans, to arctic tundra to hardwood forests. Each exhibit will be a part of a narrative explaining how the natural world works. Key features of the new Museum will include: Educational programs, live animals & aquariums, mounted wildlife from across North America, collections of rocks minerals, fossils, shells & coral, native plant landscaping, café with outdoor patio, three classrooms, theater, and museum store. The projected opening is late 2017.
Take a tour of ALABAMA band member Jeff Cook's studio and see how his music comes to life.
Settled in 1818, Courtland is one of a few places in Alabama to experience 175 years of history in both a museum and its architecture.
Housed on the site of the Crooked Creek Civil War Battle along the Forrest/Streight Trail. Museum features displays of authentic Civil War memorabilia.
Col. John G. Cullman, German refugee, established colony (1873). Home replica houses archaeological society museum. New Civil War Exhibit featuring Cullman's Civil War history.
Former residence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s family (1954-60). Interpretive Center chronicles history that led to Montgomery bus boycott and Civil Rights Movement.
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.