The Cullman County Museum is a great way to better understand the unique heritage of ‘the German colony of North Alabama’. There is so much to see and learn from at the museum as they have exhibits on native heritage, the civil war, Main Street in the 1800s, and the sounds of Americana music from Cullman’s earliest residents. Visitors of all ages will love seeing the many artifacts and photographs, including clothing, currency, and pottery and arrowheads from the Creeks, Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, and other Indian tribes that were native to Alabama. Several rotating exhibits come through the museum throughout the year as well, so you may be in for an extra treat depending on when you visit.
211 2nd Ave NE, Cullman, AL 35055, Phone: 800-533-1258
Photo: Cullman County Museum
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