Pioneer Museum of Alabama

248 US 231N
Troy, AL 36081- Map It
(334) 566-3597

AAA Editor Notes

Pioneer Museum of Alabama, 248 US 231N, is a multibuilding village depicting rural 19th- and early 20th-century Southern life. More than 18,000 artifacts are presented in the main building. Set on 35 acres are a corn crib and barn, a re-created covered bridge, a working smokehouse, an 1881 locomotive and 1894 depot, log cabins, a tenant house, a gristmill and general stores. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$6; $5 (senior citizens); $4 (students in grades K-12).
Hours: Tues.-Sat. 9-5. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.