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The Hank Williams Museum, Montgomery

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History Museum Specialty Museum
6000 sq ft and over 35 showcases in 8 rooms. Exhibits include the 1952 baby blue Cadillac, 17 stage suits, custom boots, tie collection, awards, furniture, portraits, rare film footage and much more. Hours: M-F 9-4:30, Sat 10-4, Sun 1-4, admission charged.

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  • The museum is packed full of Hank memorabilia. It is worth a stop. Yet, the cost is a bit high at $10 a person. Bring quarters for street parking.  more »
  • My family loved this museum. The memorabilia was amazing. While the rule is no photograpy, the staff allowed me to snap a picture of my children discovering the juke box. They don't often sit mesmeriz...  more »
  • This small museum provides a lot of information about HW but is a bit pricey and small. The 1952 Caddy convertible is spectacular. Also seeing and hearing some of his early songs and Opry appearances ...  more »
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  • Loved it. The staff is wonderful. Answers all your questions..
  • It was not a place for the modern mind. The sad looking Native American statue by the entrance was off-putting to start with. The music was okay, but just a standing look from the doorway shows you unenthusiastic elderly workers, zero organization, a $10 per adult price sticker, being ignored, a guy smoking behind a pole trying not to be seen, and disgrace to the man that they are suppose to be representing. I feel like this place could be cooler if only someone cared. Oh! $5 per child entrance fee as well. I don't have children, I just noticed that on the sign. And no cameras or phone pics. Must turn-in at desk! I walked back out and went to enjoy a beautiful walk along the Riverfront.The wifi was a bit weak for awhile out there, but made for a truly beautiful Pokemon Go adventure.
  • It is rare these days to find unique and authentic places in the world.....it seems everything is corporate this, and franchised that. A museum built by the love of the arts and run by a family for the love of the creator. Soak up the authenticity and the history.
  • Nice museum. Small but had a good variety of Items.
  • Montgomery's own troubadour is celebrated in this quirky museum, stuffed to the gills with memorabilia from Hank's clothes to even the car he died in! The museum management is happy to assist groups with off-hours tours if booked in advance. Insider Tip: Visit on New Years Day - the anniversary of Hank's death to participate in graveside singing at the Memorial at Oakwood Cemetery and then a New Year's potluck and live music at the museum. And don't forget an awesome T-shirt!