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The Hank Williams Museum, Montgomery

(3.9/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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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  • This small but comprehensive museum charges $10 to get in ($8 if you're military). Hank Williams only lived to age 29 but he sure wrote and sang a load of songs. His life story is covered in great det...  more »
  • This was a definite on our list. My, husband plays guiltar and was particularly interested. The car was a hit as was the family and career information. Nice gift shop.  more »
  • I expected a lot more... this was a bunch of old memorabilia that could have been displayed better. It seemed old and outdated, just not interesting. The best part was the Indian totem pole as you wal...  more »
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  • Do not waste your time here especially if you have kids. The staff is very rude and one even came outside and told my 2 two year old son he could not ride his plastc chu chu smaller than his little hand...on the metal railing outside of the store on the street of the public side walk. Absolutely pathetic. Not worth the 3 minutes it takes you to walk through this place.
  • 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!
  • This is the place. The car that Hank died in is here. The most complete Hank Williams collection anywhwere.
  • Friendly staff...neat items on display...was so much more than I was expecting!!!
  • Large amount of Hank's personal possessions including his car and numerous outfits. Lots of rare photos as well. Right off I-65 in pretty downtown Montgomery, parking on street but not too hard. Must visit for any Hank fan.