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Bessie Morse Bellingrath's collection of china, silver, European porcelains and antique furniture
Dauphin Island and Mobile Bay were mapped as early as 1519 by Alonzo Pineda. In 1699, the French explorer, Pierre Le Moyne de'Iberville named it "Massacre" because of what was...
Featuring an array of Civil War artifacts, War of 1812 memorabilia, Spanish American War, World War I and World War II memorabilia and weapons.
The museum is housed in a c1718 Mississippi Valley Outpost with collections of Indian artifacts, military items, handcrafted furniture and historical archives.
Featuring a collection of Southern furniture and art, contemporary crafts, European and American paintings and prints, ethnic art and much more.
Featuring a collection of information on local history, Civil War artifacts, photographs, books and maps.
Marietta Johnson, a teacher of organic education in the early 20th century; the museum exhibits her visions and programs with artifacts, literature and videos on display in her...
A collection of contemporary American paintings. An Alabama historical landmark which showcases monthy exhibits featuring watercolors, oils, graphics, mixed media, photography,...
Recently relocated to larger facilities this museum covers over 200 years of medical history and has the largest collection of medical artifacts in the Southeast.