Pioneer Museum of Alabama
248 H 231 N
This living history museum sits on 35 wooded acres and is dedicated to the preservation, protection, and the education of future generations about how the early settlers lived in Alabama. They feature more than 18,000 artifacts, 15 historical buildings – including a general store with all the items it had in stock when it closed in 1933, and a train depot. Additionally, they offer a venue for special events. Dogs are allowed on the grounds; they are not allowed in the main building, and they must be leashed and under their owner’s control at all times.
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