List of museums in Alabama
The list of museums in Alabama contains museums in the U.S. state of Alabama. A number of public and private institutions and organizations around the state make their collections available for public viewing. These museums contain artifacts and exhibits related to art and art history, broadcasting, children, civil and political rights, culture, industry, law, medicine, military history, music, natural history, local and regional history, science, sports and transportation. Additionally, the state is home to many historic house museums, many with a focus on the biographical history of individuals; several hall of fames; and a number of living history museums with a focus on local, state, or national history. Also included are non-profit and university art galleries. Museums that exist only in cyberspace (i.e., virtual museums) are not included in this list.
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|Alabama Administrative Office of Courts Museum Area||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Law||Exhibits of Alabama judicial history and important figures, located in the Alabama Judicial Building.|
|Alabama Artists Gallery||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Art||Operated by the Alabama State Council on the Arts, located on the first floor of the RSA Tower, website|
|Alabama Constitution Village||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Living history||Open-air museum that reenacts life in 1819.|
|Alabama Department of Archives and History||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||History||Official archives for the state of Alabama, features the Museum of Alabama with exhibits including Native American, military history, 19th- and 20th-century historic artifacts, photos, and art|
|Alabama Governor's Mansion||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Historic house||Official residence of Alabama's Governor. Open for tours.|
|Alabama Historical Radio Museum||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Radio||Exhibits include antique radios. Operated by the Alabama Historical Radio Society. website|
|Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Music||Hall of Fame honors jazz artists with ties to Alabama. Exhibits include jazz memorabilia and instruments.|
|Alabama Men's Hall of Fame||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||History||Hall of Fame for men native to or closely identified with Alabama who have made significant contributions to their professional fields, housed in Samford University's Harwell G. Davis Library, website|
|Alabama Mining Museum||Dora||Walker||Central||Industry||Exhibits include a 1900s train and mining cars, one-room African American school, elementary school, post office, and depot. website|
|Alabama Museum of Health Sciences||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Medical||Displays illustrating the health sciences in the areas of education, research, and practice.|
|Alabama Museum of Natural History||Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||West central||Natural history||Displays of geology, zoology, mineralogy, paleontology, ethnology, history, and photography.|
|Alabama Music Hall of Fame||Tuscumbia||Colbert||Northwestern||Music||Exhibits illustrate how Alabamians have contributed to make the music industry what it is today.|
|Alabama River Museum||Franklin||Monroe||East central||Multiple||Open for special events by Monroe County Heritage Museums, local history including fossils, Native American artifacts, steamboats|
|Alabama Rural Heritage Center||Thomaston||Marengo||Southwestern||Art||History and folk art, operated by Auburn University's Rural Studio.|
|Alabama Sports Hall of Fame||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Sports||Exhibits of Alabama’s athletic history.|
|Alabama State Capitol||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Capitol||State capitol building of Alabama. A National Historic Landmark, it is open for tours and is operated by the Alabama Historical Commission.|
|Alabama Veterans Museum and Archives||Athens||Limestone||Northern||Military||Houses artifacts from the Revolutionary War to the present day. website|
|Alabama Women's Hall of Fame||Marion||Perry||Southwestern||History||Hall of Fame for women native to or closely identified with Alabama who have made significant contributions to their professional fields|
|Aldrich Coal Mine Museum||Montevallo||Shelby||Central||Mining||History and artifacts from the town's former coal mine|
|Aliceville Museum||Aliceville||Pickens||Southwestern||Local history||website, includes memorabilia and artifacts from former prisoner-of-war camp for German soldiers during World War II, Coca-Cola artifacts and memorabilia, local history|
|American Sport Art Museum and Archives||Daphne||Baldwin||Gulf Coast||Sports||More than 1,500 pieces of sport art. Located on the campus of the United States Sports Academy.|
|The American Village||Montevallo||Shelby||Central||Living history||Focuses on United States history and civic education, future home of the Miniature Museum of American History. website|
|Anniston Museum of Natural History||Anniston||Calhoun||Northeastern||Natural history||Minerals, fossils, Alabama, North American and African wildlife dioramas.|
|Arlington Antebellum Home & Gardens||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Historic house||1840s home with 19th century decorative arts.|
|Ave Maria Grotto||Cullman||Cullman||Northern||Religious||Outdoor miniature reproductions of some of the most famous religious structures of the world.|
|Baldwin County Heritage Museum||Elberta||Baldwin||Gulf Coast||Local history||Agricultural and cultural history. website|
|Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum||Leeds||Jefferson||Central||Automotive||Vintage and modern motorcycles and race cars.|
|Battle-Friedman House||Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||West central||Historic house||Antebellum house and garden, operated by the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society.|
|Battleship Memorial Park||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Military||Collection of notable aircraft and museum ships including the South Dakota-class battleship USS Alabama and Gato-class submarine USS Drum.|
|Bellingrath Gardens and Home||Theodore||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Historic house||Mansion and 65 acres (26 ha) of historic gardens.|
|Belle Mont (Tuscumbia, Alabama)||Tuscumbia||Colbert||Northwestern||Historic house||A plantation house, completed in 1832, with characteristics of Thomas Jefferson-influenced Palladian architecture. Operated by the Alabama Historical Commission Website|
|Berman Museum of World History||Anniston||Calhoun||Northeastern||Multiple||Ancient art, weapons, photos, clothing, hands-on displays and lifelike dioramas from around the world. website|
|Bessemer Hall of History||Bessemer||Jefferson||Central||Local history||Housed in a historic 1916 railroad depot, displays include clothing, artifacts, photographs.|
|Birmingham Civil Rights Institute||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||History / African American||Depicts struggles during the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s.|
|Birmingham-Jefferson History Museum||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Local history||General history of the area, operated by the Birmingham-Jefferson Historical Society website|
|Birmingham Museum of Art||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Art||Collections include Asian, European, American, African, Pre-Columbian, and Native American paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and decorative arts.|
|Blue and Gray Museum of North Alabama||Decatur||Morgan||Northern||Military||Private collection of Civil War artifacts|
|Bluff Hall||Demopolis||Marengo||Southwestern||Historic house||Mansion built by slaves in 1832.|
|Booker T. Washington House||Tuskegee||Macon||East central||Historic house||Former home of Booker T. Washington, known as "The Oaks." On the Tuskegee Institute campus.|
|Bragg-Mitchell Mansion||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Historic house||Mansion built by Congressman John Bragg in 1855.|
|Bridgeport Depot Museum||Bridgeport||Jackson||Northern||Railroad||Historic depot with local artifacts and railroad memorabilia|
|Buena Vista Mansion||Prattville||Autauga||Central||Historic house||Federal style plantation house built in 1822.|
|Burritt on the Mountain||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Historic house||Restored 19th-century houses, barnyard and animals, and exhibits|
|Carnegie Visual Arts Center||Decatur||Morgan||Northern||Art||website|
|Central-Carver Legacy Museum||Gadsden||Etowah||Northeastern||African American||website, history of the former Carver High School|
|Children's Hands-On Museum of Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||West central||Children's||website|
|Children's Museum of the Shoals||Florence||Lauderdale||Northwestern||Children's||website|
|Clarke County Historical Museum||Grove Hill||Clarke||Southwestern||Local history||Grounds include the Alston-Cobb House, law office, corn crib and cabin|
|Conde-Charlotte House||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Historic house||Rooms reflect different periods|
|Confederate Memorial Park||Mountain Creek||Chilton||Central||Military||Includes Alabama Confederate Soldiers Home with Civil War exhibits, two cemeteries, a church and post office. Operated by the Alabama Historical Commission|
|Cook's Natural Science Museum||Decatur||Morgan||Northern||Natural history||website, insects, mounted birds and animals, rocks and minerals, sea shells and coral|
|Cullman County Museum||Cullman||Cullman||Northern||Local history||Housed in a replica of the home of Col. John G. Cullmann, the founder of Cullman|
|Dauphin Island Sea Lab||Dauphin Island||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Natural history||Estuarium with aquariums, boardwalk, highlights four key habitats of coastal Alabama: the Mobile Tensaw River Delta, Mobile Bay, the Barrier Islands and the Northern Gulf of Mexico|
|Dexter Parsonage Museum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||History / African American||website, church where Dr. Martin Luther, King, Jr. pastored from 1954–1960 and began his quest for civil rights.|
|Dowling Museum and Rudd Art Center||Ozark||Dale||Southeastern||Art||website|
|EarlyWorks Children's History Museum||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Children's||website|
|Fairhope Museum of History||Fairhope||Baldwin||Gulf Coast||Local history||information|
|Fayette Art Museum||Fayette||Fayette||Northwestern||Art||website|
|Fendall Hall||Eufaula||Barbour||Southeastern||Historic house||Victorian period home with furnishings and gardens, operated by the Alabama Historical Commission|
|First White House of the Confederacy||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Historic house||Executive residence of President Jefferson Davis and family|
|Foley Train Museum||Foley||Baldwin||Gulf Coast||Railroad||website, model railroads|
|Fort Conde||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Military||Reconstruction, at 4/5 scale, of the original 1720s French fort, operated by the History Museum of Mobile|
|Fort Gaines||Dauphin Island||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Military||Located on Dauphin Island, 1820s fort known for its role in the Battle of Mobile Bay during the American Civil War|
|Fort Mitchell||Fort Mitchell||Russell||East central||Military||Reconstructed 1810s fort and museum, involved in the Creek War|
|Fort Morgan||Gulf Shores||Baldwin||Gulf Coast||Military||The fort features an active living history program that interprets all the military periods and holds an annual event commemorating the Battle of Mobile Bay, operated by the Alabama Historical Commission|
|Fort Payne Depot Museum||Fort Payne||DeKalb||Northeastern||Local history|
|Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park||Wetumpka||Elmore||Central||Military||Replica 18th-century fort with living history demonstrations|
|Freedom Rides Museum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||History||Bus station that was the site of a violent attack on participants in the 1961 Freedom Ride during the Civil Rights Movement|
|F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Historic house||information website|
|Gadsden Museum of Art||Gadsden||Etowah||Northeastern||Art||website|
|Gorgas House||Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||West central||Historic house||First building built on the University of Alabama campus, the former dining hall was later used as a faculty residence by the Confederate Chief of Ordnance and University President, Josiah Gorgas, and his family.|
|Gaineswood||Demopolis||Marengo||Southwestern||Historic house||Greek Revival plantation house listed as a National Historic Landmark and operated by the Alabama Historical Commission Website|
|George Washington Carver Museum||Tuskegee||Macon||East central||Biographical||Dedicated to African American scientist George Washington Carver, on the Tuskegee Institute campus|
|G.W. Carver Interpretive Museum||Dothan||Houston||Southeastern||Biographical||Dedicated to African American scientist George Washington Carver.|
|Gulf Coast Exploreum||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Science||Science center that features three permanent exhibitions, a wide variety of traveling exhibitions, a virtual theater, and an IMAX theater.|
|Gulf Shores Museum||Gulf Shores||Baldwin||Gulf Coast||Local history||website|
|Guntersville Museum||Guntersville||Marshall||Northeastern||Multiple||website, history, art, culture, natural history, located in the Company E of the 167th Infantry of the Alabama National Guard Armory|
|Hank Williams Museum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Biographical||website|
|Harrison Brothers Hardware Store||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Local history||Landmark store, established in 1879, combination museum and operating hardware business|
|Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum||Calera||Shelby||Central||Railroad||Official state railroad museum|
|History Museum of Mobile||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Local history||City history, culture, decorative arts, miniature house collection, local art exhibits|
|Huntsville Depot||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Railroad||City's railroad and transportation history|
|Huntsville Museum of Art||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Art|
|Indian Mound and Museum||Florence||Lauderdale||Northwestern||Native American||Indian mound and museum with excavated artifacts from different cultures dating back 10,000 years|
|International Motorsports Hall of Fame||Talladega||Talladega||East central||Automotive||Racing vehicles and memorabilia|
|Iron & Steel Museum of Alabama||McCalla||Tuscaloosa||Central||Industry||Iron and steel manufacturing during the Civil War|
|Isabel Anderson Comer Museum and Arts Center||Sylacauga||Talladega||East central||Art||website|
|Ivy Green||Tuscumbia||Colbert||Northwestern||Historic house||Birthplace of Helen Keller.|
|Jemison-Carnegie Heritage Hall||Talladega||Talladega||East central||Local history||website|
|Jesse Owens Memorial Park and Museum||Oakville||Morgan||Central||Biographical||Birthplace of track and field athlete Jesse Owens, who participated in the 1936 Summer Olympics, where he won four gold medals.|
|Joseph Wheeler Plantation||Hillsboro||Lawrence||Northern||Historic house||Former home of Confederate General Joseph Wheeler, also known as Pond Spring. Operated by the Alabama Historical Commission|
|Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art||Auburn||Lee||East central||Art||Part of Auburn University, 19th and 20th century American and European Art|
|Karl C. Harrison Museum of George Washington||Columbiana||Shelby||Central||Biographical||website, art and artifacts from the colonial period through 1865 related to the George Washington family, located in the Mildred B. Harrison Regional Library|
|Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum||Thomasville||Clarke||Southwestern||Biographical||Dedicated to journalist, photographer and storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham, on the Alabama Southern Community College campus.|
|Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts||Florence||Lauderdale||Northwestern||Art||Features annual and changing exhibits of artists from the Southeast|
|Landmark Park||Dothan||Houston||Southeastern||Living history||website, Alabama's official Museum of Agriculture, includes 1890s living history farm, a one-room schoolhouse, a general store, a turn-of the-century church and a planetarium, 100 acres|
|Lee County Historical Society Museum||Loachapoka||Lee||East central||Local history||website, includes a frontier cabin, blacksmith shop, jail, and 20th century doctors office/pharmacy/soda fountain and post office|
|Magnolia Grove||Greensboro||Hale||Southwestern||Historic house||Antebellum mansion, best known as home of Rear Admiral Richmond Pearson Hobson, operated by the Alabama Historical Commission|
|Mann Wildlife Learning Museum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Natural history||Part of Montgomery Zoo, wildlife dioramas with mounted mammals, mounted fish|
|Marietta Johnson Museum||Fairhope||Baldwin||Gulf Coast||Biographical||website, dedicated to educator Marietta Johnson|
|Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts||Gadsden||Etowah||Northeastern||Multiple||website, includes three galleries with changing art exhibits, Imagination Place Children's Museum|
|McWane Science Center||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Science||Includes Native American artifacts, minerals and fossils from the former Red Mountain Museum, Challenger Learning Center, aquarium, hands-on science exhibits|
|Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center and Museum||Vance||Tuscaloosa||West central||Automotive||Mercedes-Benz automobiles and plant tours by advance reservations|
|Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum||Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||West central||Transportation|
|Mobile Carnival Museum||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Local history||Chronicles over 300 years of Carnival and Mardi Gras in Mobile|
|Mobile Medical Museum||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Medical||website|
|Mobile Museum of Art||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Art|
|Monroe County Heritage Museums||Monroeville||Monroe||Southwestern||Multiple||website, includes Old Courthouse Museum, Rikard’s Mill Historical Park, Alabama River Museum|
|Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Art||19th- and 20th-century American paintings and sculpture, Southern regional art, Old Master prints and decorative arts|
|The MOOseum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Industry||website, cattle industry in Alabama|
|Moundville Archaeological Park||Moundville||Hale||West central||Native American||Operated by the University of Alabama|
|Museum of East Alabama||Opelika||Lee||East central||Local history||website, local history of the Auburn/Opelika area and surrounding Lee County|
|National African American Archives and Museum||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||African American||Themes include slavery, African American contributions in Mobile, Alabama and the United States.|
|National Voting Rights Museum||Selma||Dallas||Southwestern||History / African American||History of the African-American Voting Rights and Women's Suffrage movements|
|North Alabama Railroad Museum||Chase||Madison||Northern||Railroad||Features a rolling stock collection, a small train station and a small heritage railroad|
|Northport Heritage Museum||Northport||Tuscaloosa||West central||Local history||website|
|Oakleigh Historic Complex||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Historic house||Includes the Oakleigh Mansion, Cox-Deasy House, a former slave quarters, and the Minnie Mitchell Archives.|
|Oakville Indian Mounds Park and Museum||Oakville||Lawrence||Northern||Native American||83-acre (340,000 m2) state park and museum dedicated to ancient Native American monuments and the historic Cherokee nation of the Southeast|
|Old Alabama Town||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||Living history||Collection of historically significant buildings, brought together as a living history museum.|
|Old Cahawba Archaeological Park||Orrville||Dallas||Central||Open-air||Ghost town archaeological park with exhibits in the Welcome Center, operated by the Alabama Historical Commission|
|Old Courthouse Museum||Monroeville||Monroe||Southwestern||Local history||Restored 1930s period courthouse, exhibits on local authors Truman Capote and Harper Lee|
|Paul W. Bryant Museum||Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||West central||Biographical||Football coach Bear Bryant|
|Phoenix Fire Museum||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Firefighting||Operated by the History Museum of Mobile, located in the restored home of the Phoenix Volunteer Fire Company No. 6, includes turn-of-the-century horse-drawn steam engines and early motorized vehicles|
|Pope's Tavern||Florence||Lauderdale||Northwestern||Historic house||Historic stagecoach stop, tavern and inn, hospital and command center for both Northern and Southern armies, features local and Civil War artifacts|
|Richards DAR House||Mobile||Mobile||Gulf Coast||Historic house||1860 Italianate house, operated by the Daughters of the American Revolution|
|Rickwood Field||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Sports||Oldest surviving professional baseball park in the United States|
|Rikard’s Mill Historical Park||Beatrice||Monroe||Southwestern||Local history||Operating water-powered grist mill and museum|
|Rosa Parks Library and Museum||Montgomery||Montgomery||Central||History / African American||Dedicated to Rosa Parks, on the Troy University campus|
|Rosenbaum House||Florence||Lauderdale||Northwestern||Historic house||Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright|
|Samuel Ullman Museum||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Biographical||website, operated by The University of Alabama at Birmingham, life and works of poet Samuel Ullman|
|Scottsboro-Jackson Heritage Center||Scottsboro||Jackson||Northeastern||Local history||Located in the Brown-Proctor House, late 19th-century period house, area Native Americans, pioneers, local history|
|Shelby County Historical Society Museum||Columbiana||Shelby||Central||History||Local history|
|Shelby Iron Works||Columbiana||Shelby||Central||Industry||Former iron works buildings in a park setting|
|Shorter Mansion||Eufaula||Barbour||Southeastern||Historic house||Classic Revival house, operated by the Eufala Heritage Association|
|Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Industry|
|Southern Environmental Center||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Natural history||Located on the campus of Birmingham-Southern College, exhibits about pollution, green living|
|Southern Museum of Flight||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Aviation|
|State Black Archives Research Center & Museum||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||African American||website, part of Alabama A&M University, located in James H. Wilson Hall|
|Stevenson Railroad Depot Museum||Stevenson||Jackson||Northeastern||Railroad||Railroad and Civil War artifacts|
|Rock Store Museum||Skyline||Jackson||Northeastern||History||Historic general store and former New Deal co-op|
|Sturdivant Hall||Selma||Dallas||Southwestern||Historic house||Mid 19th century Greek Revival mansion|
|Three Notch Museum||Andalusia||Covington||South central||Local history||Operated by the Covington Historical Society in a historic depot|
|Tuscaloosa Museum of Art||Tuscaloosa||Tuscaloosa||West central||Art||American art; formerly known as the Westervelt-Warner Museum of American Art|
|Tuskegee History Center||Tuskegee||Macon||East central||History / African American||website|
|United States Army Aviation Museum||Fort Rucker||Dale||Southeastern||Aviation||Located on Fort Rucker, features large collection of helicopters|
|U.S. Space & Rocket Center||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Aerospace||Science, rocketry and space exploration|
|Vaughan-Smitherman Museum||Selma||Dallas||Southwestern||Local history||Depicts Selma’s history until about 1960|
|Veterans Memorial Museum||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Military||website|
|Vulcan Park and Museum||Birmingham||Jefferson||Central||Industry||City history, history of the Vulcan statue|
|W. C. Handy Home, Museum & Library||Florence||Lauderdale||Northwestern||Biographical||Birthplace of W. C. Handy, a blues composer and musician, often called the "Father of the Blues"|
|Weeden House Museum||Huntsville||Madison||Northern||Historic house||website, home of female artist and poet Maria Howard Weeden|
|Wiregrass Museum of Art||Dothan||Houston||Southeastern||Art||Located in a former power and water plant, includes traveling exhibits, collection of American contemporary and pop art|
- Carlen House, Mobile
- George and Lurleen Wallace Museum, Montgomery, dedicated to the lives of former Alabama governor's George Wallace and Lurleen B. Wallace
- Ma'Cille's Museum of Miscellanea, Gordo, article
- Magee Farm, Kushla, closed in 2010
- Red Mountain Museum, Birmingham
- Tom Mann's Fish World, Eufaula, closed in 2004
- The Water Course, Clanton, closed in 2012
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- "Alabama Constitution Village". Earlyworks Museum Complex, Huntsville, Alabama. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Tours of the Governor's Mansion". Official site of Alabama's First Lady:Patsy Riley. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Museum". Alabama Museum of Health Sciences. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Welcome". Alabama Museum of Natural History. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "About". Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Rural Heritage Center, Thomaston, Alabama". Alabama Rural Heritage Center. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Welcome to The Alabama Sports Hall of Fame". Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Alabama State Capitol". Alabama Historical Commission. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "American Sport Art Museum & Archives". United States Sports Academy. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "About the Anniston Museum of Natural History". Anniston Museum of Natural History. Archived from the original on April 12, 2009. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Arlington Antebellum Home & Gardens". City of Birmingham. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Welcome". Ave Maria Grotto. Retrieved 2009-12-11.
- "Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum". Barber Motorsports Park. Retrieved 2015-08-08.
- "The Battle-Friedman House and Gardens". Historic Tuscaloosa. Archived from the original on June 29, 2009. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
- "About the park". USS Alabama Battleship. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
- "Welcome to Bellingrath Gardens and Home!". Bellingrath Gardens and Home. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
- "About". Bessemer Hall of History. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
- "Exhibitions". Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
- "Collection Overview". Birmingham Museum of Art. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
- "Bluff Hall". Alabama Tourism Department - Official Web Site. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
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