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Renovated depot with memorabilia from years past.
We have books, DVD's, magazines, local newspaper, computer with internet and printing capabilities, Wifi access, and educational resources. In the museum are artifacts and history from former Governor Guy Hunt and historical items from the town of Holly Pond.
Museum honors life and career of Mobile's own Hank Aaron. It features artifacts and memorabilia from his historic baseball career and showcases the Aarons' family life in Mobile.
Hank Williams left behind a legacy of such hits as Hey, Good Lookin', I Saw the Light, Jambalaya and Cold, Cold Heart. The Hank Williams Museum in downtown Montgomery has the most complete collection of belongings from the singer and his boyhood home in Georgiana is open for tours and also has an extensive memorabilia collection.
Suits, boots, hats, ties, awards, Hank's 1952 Cadillac, rare videos and more are the most complete collection of Williams memorabilia on display in 6,000 sq. ft. museum. Country music icon named 2010 Pulitzer Prize winner.
Only house remaining that Hank Williams lived in prior to Nashville stardom. Opened as museum in 1993. Memorabilia, artifacts, pictures, personal belongings.
Museum for those interested in America's wars from the Revolutionary War to the present and all branches of service. Uniforms, photos, medals, flags, etc.
Railway artifacts, locomotives, cars, equipment (late 1800s-1950s). Two 100-yr.-old depots, railroad yard. Ride old-fashioned trains through scenic forests.
Three centuries, four families, one amazing story....Travel through time as you travel through one of Mobile’s oldest and grandest homes.
Historic memorabilia, Civil War uniforms, extensive collection of train tracks with model trains, etc.
Explore 300 years of Mobile history and material culture in the 1857 National Landmark building, the Southern Market/Old City Hall. Visit the museum and learn about the life and times of a great Gulf Coast City. Don’t miss the exciting changing exhibition galleries. A modern museum housed in the Southern Market/Old City Hall National Historic Landmark, the Museum of Mobile is a visual masterpiece that provides an unparalleled museum experience.
Medical museum in Baldwin County's first hospital (1936). Operating room, patient rooms, X-ray, pharmacy recreated using period medical antiques. Medical quackery devices featured. Newly renovated.
This is Honda’s largest light-truck production facility in the world and produces the Odyssey minivan, Pilot sport utility vehicle and the Acura MDX. Factory tours are available with prior reservations.
Four to six major traveling exhibitions per year. Shows by regional artists, displays from museum's collection. Guided tours and educational programs offered throughout year.
The Huntsville Museum of Art is a non-profit municipal corporation established by the City of Huntsville, Alabama. The Museum seeks to foster understanding of the visual arts and appreciation of artistic achievement. The mission of the Museum is to bring people and art together through acquiring, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the highest quality works of art.
1 1/2 hour tour experience, enjoy the showoom, the lecture, the video and then board the tram listen to "live-narration" as you ride through Hyundai's only USA manufacturing plant. Gift shop. Min. age 6 with parent/guardian; 3rd grade & up with group. Adult supervisor required for every 10 children. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.
Largest domiciliary mound in Tennessee Valley. Native American relics found in area. Chronological displays and explanations of artifacts from Paleo to historic Native American ages.
More than 100 racing vehicles and memorabilia dating back to 1902. Research library, gift shop. Combo ticket for tour of Talladega Superspeedway available.
Fine permanent art collection, Native American artifacts, other archaeological finds. Sylacauga History Room, Pioneer Room, Civil War exhibit. WWII, Jim Nabors, Bill Nichols, Gen. Crysel memorabilia. Visual art program.
This museum provides an educational experience for children with disabilities and is a project of the Selma Disabilities Advocacy Program, a non-profit organization.
The Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of Auburn citizens by bringing quality performing arts, visual arts and art education programming and professional gallery exhibitions to the community.
Come enjoy "Alabama's Little Corner of Greece" in the 20 acre garden filled with Greek and Roman statuary. Open year-round F& Sat. 9-5, Sun. noon-5.
Exhibits of works by nationally recognized and local artists. Maintains collection of historic photographs.
The man who rose from humble beginnings as the son of a sharecropper and grandson of a slave to become one of the most important sports figures of the 20th century is remembered at his birthplace. Jesse Owens Museum tells the story of Owens' personal triumphs as a world-class athlete and record holder, a prelude to a career devoted to helping others.