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This is a small musuem in a rural area staffed by volunteers. The woman in charge on our fall visit was truly happy to see us and was full of information. I wound up buying some shirts and cds for a lot less than the...More
We happened by this area on the way back from the beach in Florida. Saw the sign on the highway, and decided to stop.
This is one of several venues on the Hank Williams Trail.
There are many fascinating displays of Hank Williams memorabilia in...More
This was a stop we made on our way back from the beach. If you are a country music fan and or Hank Williams fan it is worth a stop. Margaret Gaston was working there and was very informative about Hank and items on display...More
We stopped on the way to the beach. It’s one of those places that an Alabamian must go at least once. The staff was friendly but offered no information about the history of the house or the life of Hank Williams, but in the spirit...More
We like country music but don't really know music of this era. Margaret, the guide gave us a lot of history and really explained the Hank Williams story. This was a great stop and well worth the drive from Andalusia.
Our family thoroughly enjoyed our opportunity to visit the home of Hank Arron. What a true honor for this amazing man who broke The Babe’s records for home runs and base runs. And, I will argue that he beat The Babe at base runs w/...More
It's incredible what Hank did in his short 29-year lifetime. He was one of the greatest songwriters ever. He had a charisma and magnetism that could not be explained. When he sang at the Grand Ole Opry, he had to be the closer because anyone...More
In this museum, for a mere $5 admission price per person, the tour guide Margaret invites you to go through the whole homeplace and take as many photos as you like. Far cry from the museum in town where no photos are allowed once you...More
This is a great stop for a Hank Williams fan. The museum is the home in which Hank Williams lived from ages 7-11. He got his first guitar during that time and learned to play in this house. The museum consists mostly of newspaper clippings...More
First, the woman who runs the museum is exceptionally informative and knowledgeable on all things Williams. Very nice being able to see how Hank grew up and all the memorabilia in the home. Great souvenirs here too.