AAA Editor Notes
Museum of Alabama, in the Alabama Department of Archives and History building at 624 Washington Ave., tells the story of Alabama from prehistory to the present through several large exhibit galleries. The museum’s centerpiece exhibit, Alabama Voices, explores the history of Alabama from the 1700s to the present through nearly 1,000 artifacts, original films, hundreds of images and documents and life-sized scenery. The museum also features exhibit galleries focused on Native American history, the geography and biodiversity of the state, and a hands-on gallery for families and children. Temporary exhibits debut throughout the year.