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Alabama State Capitol
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Hank Williams Museum
History Museums, Speciality Museums
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#1 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
... you can access comprehensive data on lynchings that occurred across the United States, lots to read, replicas of slave pens, and more) and one of the most unique museums I have ever had the opportunity to visit.
What an amazing place- easily one of the most important history museums to come along in years.
#2 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
We were visiting museums a along the civil rights trail through the South.
We took our Spring break to tour several Southern states and stopped by many civil rights museums on our journey.
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#3 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
Among the top three regional museums I have seen.
I've been in many of the most famous museums in the world.
#4 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
Like in most museums in the States you are welcomed as a Customer...friendly, caring and all focussed on your convenience.
This is undoubtedly one of the best state history museums we have toured.
#5 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
Word to the wise - the museums in Montgomery close surprisingly early on Saturdays, 2:00 for the Dexter Parsonage and 3:00 for Rosa Parks, but the last movie time starts at 2:00.
Our guide was exceptional in his historical knowledge and dedication to educating those visiting the Rosa Parks museum and library.
#6 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
I have been to many museums around Europe and the US, and this was one of the most interesting, fun, and educating one.
Day-Trip: Museum was extremely interesting and provides a plethora of information and fascinating artifacts, all inside a building with a genuine connection to F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.
#7 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
Both the Civil War and Civil Rights are represented in the City's museums, placards and public tours.
It is evocative of the past, regal of it's nature, and placed in a lovely setting with the complex of white facade offices, museum, and nicely remodeled/remodelING Dexter Ave.
#8 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
We parked on the street, but there are also parking lots nearby, and if you like to walk, you can park on campus (Troy U) and visit several museums on the same day (when they are open).
Wonderful personal tour from Stephanie of this small but powerful museum housed in the Greyhound station where the busses arrived in Montgomery.
#9 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
There is lots of history and memorabilia in the Museum to see and tells a real story about his life and history and family!
The Hank Williams Museum has an amazing history of the Hank Williams story.
#11 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
Fantastic Museum - a MUST SEE in Montgomery
This is a great museum!
#12 of 15 Museums in Montgomery
If you can't get to the Smithsonian or the Field Museum, this is the next best thing.