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Hank Williams Museum

118 Commerce St, Downtown Entertainment District, Montgomery, AL 36104-2538
+1 334-262-3600
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Ok, but not worth the 10$ admission

The museum was nice enough, but there is no photography allowed inside the museum. I was... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Oahu, Hawaii
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Quaint little museum

We stopped in Montgomery to stay one night, and wanted to take in some of the local scenery and... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Tonya H
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Hank Williams Museum in Montgomery, AL is a favorite destination for music fans. He is a treasure to the City of Montgomery and the State of Alabama, and we are paying tribute to the life and accomplishments of this magnificent legend whose name survives in a way that is unique in the history of Music. It is amazing after so many years that there are still things to be said...song to be sung. Year by year since Hank's death in 1953, the real impact his songs made on American Music becomes more evident. His lifelong fans continue, and new admirers are added with each generation. Hank Williams crowded a lot of living into twenty-nine years. It is safe to say, perhaps Hank Williams said all he had to say. We are proud to say that all of the artifacts are authentic. Exhibits include the 1952 Cadillac in which he died, 17 stage suits including Nudie , custom made boots, cowboy hats, tie collection, furniture, portraits, records, horse saddle, piano,awards, rare photos, family history and personal film footage. Experience the history of the first country music superstar and see how Hank Williams transformed country music and sowed the seeds of what was to become American Music, blues, rockabilly and even rock and roll.
  • Excellent44%
  • Very good34%
  • Average19%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
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“country music” (30 reviews)
“his life” (20 reviews)
“passed away” (10 reviews)
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 16:30
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
118 Commerce St, Downtown Entertainment District, Montgomery, AL 36104-2538
+1 334-262-3600
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The museum was nice enough, but there is no photography allowed inside the museum. I was disappointed to know that we could not take any pictures...for the price of admission they could at least include a picture of you with his car😟. Maybe they could...More

Thank Dove030221
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We stopped in Montgomery to stay one night, and wanted to take in some of the local scenery and museums while there. We stopped off at this museum since my husband is a country music fan. The entry charge is $10, which isn't that much,...More

Thank Tonya H
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are a Hank Williams fan this is definitely a must see! Well worth the visit. We stopped here on our way through Montgomery and were not disappointed. They have everything you can imagine regarding the life of Hank Williams. Our favorite was the...More

Thank Ilove2travelIN
Reviewed 1 week ago

So this Museum is located in a very non descript building in Montgomery it almost looks like an old school store front. They have a nice variety of artifacts and a cute little gift shop of items for a Hank Williams fan. You can't take...More

Thank fabtraveler20
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

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.

Thank 2Bahap_traveler
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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 mesmerized for anything. It was a treat watching them discover this...More

Thank brookep727
Beth P, Manager at Hank Williams Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you and that moment should be in a magazine. May I use the photo on our website?

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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 make it worthwhile. Their a little short on his personal...More

Thank whishigi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

First the Hank Williams Museum is conveniently located downtown and very easy to get to. It was a fairly small museum with some interesting items (and some items that made little sense to me...oh well). Everyone was nice and the gift shop had some fun...More

Thank Barelymoo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Really enjoyed the visit. Had a lot Hank Memories. Loved the fact that I got to see the Blue Cadalic in which he died. I would recommend this to anyone that's a Hank fan.

Thank Kamika D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you're a fan of the older style country music and Hank Williams was your favorite then this is something you'd love to see. However as amazing as this place is you can not take pictures inside the museum. But it's something to see, you...More

Thank Ashley W
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Questions & AnswersAsk a question
Is it true no photos allowed?
1 June 2017|
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Response from Beth P | Property representative |
No photography inside the exhibit area. Copyright issues. Many items have never been seen outside the museum. We have several photos on trip advisor to view and I will upload more later. No talking or texting on cell... More
Terrie C
I would love to bring my 73 year old handicap father to visit the museum. Is there close parking for handicap? He can walk but gets tired very easily. How long is the tour? Is there resting places for him if needed? thank you
17 July 2015|
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Response from Beth P | Property representative |
Hi and yes we have places inside to sit. I'm sorry for my response being late. Been out of town. The tour last as long as you want. You can go have lunch and come back on the same ticket in the same day if you'd like to... More