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Pioneer Museum of Alabama, Troy

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  • The whole family went and it was very interesting. It gives you a look into how people lived, worked and played in the old days. Both inside and out was very good. It can be expensive to get in but, y...  more »
  • We just dropped in without checking for availability of tours. They have a very nice web-site which I checked after the visit. It can be a bit pricey but if you check Groupon first you could swing a g...  more »
  • We were here about a year ago, and again this year. What an astonishing place in the middle of no where. A MUST stop !  more »
  • This place is great! One our tour buss "Kincaid Of Panama City Beach" broken down right by this place. It is great place right out Troy, Al that has lot History about AL. The people there very knowledge about local History of AL. You will have great time going back into time what and how AL. came to be. Must go place.
  • This is worth the stop, has a lot of history and everything from silver war stuff to building including an old church and a Gris mill.
  • My family drove 2hours. The first site was a broken down car in the entrance. This was really no big deal except that the rest of this visit felt like it was broken down. The houses were in disrepair. The gardens completely overgrown. The chicken coop had one chicken. The train which was offered on the website looked like it has not run in years. The making butter demo was a hoax. Nothing was as it was offered on the website. I have some familiarity with pioneer villages because my family has a museum in Christmas, Florida. We have pioneer homes and a museum. I was very disappointed. This museum should close. It is obviously not cared for any more. Very sad....
  • Smells bad, like dirty feet.
  • Worth the time we spent there very educational