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Cullman County Museum, Cullman

(4.3/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
The Cullman County Museum is a historical museum located in downtown Cullman, Alabama, on the corner of Arnold St. and 2nd Ave. N.E. It is housed in a replica of the home of Col. John G. Cullmann, the founder of Cullman. The museum, which opened in 1973 during the town's centennial, collects and preserves items that illustrate life in Cullman's past, including the area's natural history and its Native American and German settlers.Permanent galleriesThe museum features the following galleries: Archaeological RoomPrimitive RoomClothing StoreMain StreetNurseryMusic & Photo GalleryCol. Cullmann's RoomNatural History Room
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  • We were in the area for family history and visited the museum. They were very helpful to give history before entering the museum and when they knew we were there for family history, they went out of t...  more »
  • If you are in the area, give this museum a look see. Drew was our host on this day, and he was an excellent guide. Very knowledgeable about all of the curations and history of Cullman. Very inexpensiv...  more »
  • We visited the CC Museum during Octoberfest this past year. I was really looking forward to it because I absolutely love museums, and I felt like it would be a great experience for our children since ...  more »
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  • My husband and I visited Cullman, and planned to visit the museum. We checked the website and made sure of the hours (9-4). Upon arrival at 1:11 pm the doors were locked and was told that the museum was only open to 2 private parties that day. All they needed to to was indicate this on their public website.
  • Lots of local information. Interesting exhibits.
  • Great place to bring your kids and learn the history of Cullman and the way things used to be.....back in the day.