Pioneer Museum of Alabama

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Facility:Pioneer Museum of Alabama
Description:The Pioneer Museum of Alabama interprets prehistoric Alabama as well as 18th and 19th century rural life. Over twenty-two historic structures and eighteen thousand artifacts illustrate this rich, rustic heritage. Four thematic exhibition halls within the Main Gallery display historic farm equipment, textile arts such as quilting and weaving, material culture of pioneer Alabama, the archaeology of Southeastern Native Americans, militaria including Civil War and WWI, and Victorian Era Troy.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:248 Highway 231 N
Address 2:
City:Troy
State/Province:AL
Zip Code:36081
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Tuesday-Saturday
9am-5pm
Admission:Adults $6
Seniors $5
Students (age 6-college) $4
Children 5 and Under FREE
Military and AARP Discounts Available
Telephone:(334) 566-3597
Website:Visit Website
R E V I E W S
Christina G., Co-op Member
Took my 4 kids to the museum and to walk around and explore the buildings. Their favorite was the train. It was a nice quiet place, not crowded or loud but it certainly didnt keep the attention of the children. They don't appreciate history the same way I do I guess.
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