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Saturday Themed Tour at the great Museum of Alabama

04-08-2016 12:20 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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Join the Museum of Alabama for their Themed Tours every month and take in more about our awesome state. Visits are free and start at 11 am in the principle entryway of the Alabama Department of Archives and History.

September 12

Alabamians at Work - See how work has changed for Alabamians all through history. Driven by Debbie Pendleton, Assistant Director for Public Services.

October 31

Alabama Curiosities and Oddities - This Halloween, find out about irregular antiques in the historical center and hear the amazing and even spooky stories behind them. Driven by Shaelyn Amaio, Curator of Education.

November 7

Design of the Alabama Archives - In festivity of the 75th commemoration of the opening of Alabama's Archives and History expanding on Nov. 11, 1940, investigate the building's lovely engineering. Driven by Wesley Garmon, Curriculum Specialist.

December 12

Alabama Eats - Learn about Alabama's one of a kind sustenance and food ways. Driven by Haley Aaron, Manuscripts Archivist.

Design of the Alabama Archives - In festivity of the 75th commemoration of the opening of Alabama's Archives and History expanding on Nov. 11, 1940, investigate the building's lovely engineering. Driven by Wesley Garmon, Curriculum Specialist.

Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce
Convention & Visitor Bureau
300 Water Street . Montgomery, Alabama 36104
334.261.1100 or 1.800.240.9452
Visitor Center: 334.262.0013
tourism@montgomerychamber.com

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