The museum resides in an old school house and features everything from a hammered dulcimer to Dr. Neal’s buggy. Part of the original Basom post office is on display and through the other artifacts on display, you will discover that Alabama used to have three gun manufacturers in its small town.
Through the museum, you can also pick up you own copy of the "Alabama Sesqui- Centennial 1826- 1976" which had been out of print for several year. This book contains historical information on the town of Alabama as well as several black and white photographs. You can also grab a copy of the Alabama Cookbook for your home or as a gift. The 70 page cookbook includes cooking tips, favorite recipes from the locals, and some recipes from the 1895 Alabama Cookbook. Proceeds for the sale of either book goes to benefit the Town of Alabama Museum!
Hours of Operation
Open the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from noon to 3pm (except holidays), and by appointment.
2218 Judge Rd
Alabama, NY 14013
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