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Montgomery, AL 36117
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Things To Do in Montgomery, AL

The Hank Williams MuseumThe Hank Williams Museum

Hank Williams was an unmistakeable forefather of country music, and his creations and legacy are celebrated to great effect in the Hank Williams Museum. Williams is linked to Montgomery as he won his first talent show here at the Empire Theatre and also gave his last performance here just three days before his death. The museum attraction features an amazing collection of memorabilia and mementos that tell the story of the life and work of this true musical legend.

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SAC's GallerySAC's Gallery

There's art that was probably inspired by something miles away, and then there's the kind of art that speaks to you because it hits close to home. That is what the works of art stir up in the many patrons who frequent SAC's Gallery. This is a cooperative gallery that prominently features the work of local artists. Sac's is sponsored by the Society of Arts and Crafts of Montgomery. Founded in 1979, it is located in the city's historic Mulberry District.

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Alabama State CapitolAlabama State Capitol

Embark on an historical journey when you pay a visit to the Alabama State Capitol. This structure was built in 1851 and was both the state Capitol and the Capitol of the Confederacy during the American Civil War in 1861. There are several exhibits and attractions that underscore the vital role that Alabama played in the history of the United States.

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MOOseumMOOseum

Montgomery does have its share of the unexpected, and a prime example of that is the MOOseum. Sponsored by the Alabama Cattlemen's Association, this free educational center is located near the State Capitol and utilizes videos, exhibits and pieces of memorabilia to underscore the importance of cows and cattle. The back half of the museum attraction features a big amusement area that has a play kitchen, rodeo gear and saddles and a big stuffed cow. The kids will just love it!

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