Alabama Department of Archives and History Museum
Alabama Department of Archives and History Museum tells the story of the people of Alabama by preserving records and artifacts of historical value and promoting a better understanding of Alabama history.
Displays include Native American artifacts, Civil War weapons and photographs of the Civil Rights Movement. The centerpiece exhibition of the museum is “Alabama Voices” containing more than 800 artifacts and hundreds of images from Alabamians telling the story of the state from prehistory to present. Other permanent exhibitions include the “The Land of Alabama” and “The First Alabamians.
Alabama Department of Archives and History Museum is a Top 110 Voted Attraction and Must See Place in Alabama by the followers of It Happens in Alabama and a Top 2014 Attraction by the Alabama Department of Tourism.