Historic House Museums of Mobile
From the grand Bragg-Mitchell Mansion to the simple Portier House, the historic house museums of Mobile are sure to provide a memorable experience for those who love history, architecture and a good story.
Alabama was the setting for many important historical events that changed our country and had a lasting impact on the entire world. Throughout the state, you’ll find landmarks and museums dedicated to The Civil Rights Movement, the Space Race and Moon Landing, the Tuskegee Airmen, and more.
A guide to historic destinations in each of Alabama's 67 counties featuring historical and cultural information and engaging original artwork.
The Alabama Brewers Guild, in cooperation with the Alabama Bicentennial Commission, has enlisted breweries from across Alabama to collaborate in concocting a series of beers, each honoring one of the state’s five capitals. St. Stephens Stout for St. Stephens (Good People Brewing Co., Birmingham), Badlun Brothers Imperial Porter for Huntsville (Straight to Ale, Huntsville), Mulberry Road Belgian Style Dubbel for Cahawba (Cahaba Brewing Co., Birmingham), Duffie's Tavern Strong Ale for Tuscaloosa (Cahaba Brewing Co., Birmingham), and Bitter Constituent for Montgomery (Common Bond Brewers, Montgomery) bring unique flavors inspired by the rich heritage of the once-capitals of Alabama.
What do Rosa Parks, Paul “Bear” Bryant and Jesse Owens have in common? Besides the fact that each of them has a museum named in their honor, all three of these famous Alabamians were born in 1913, and each played a role in integration.