Scottsboro Boys Museum & Cultural Center

Scottsboro Boys Museum & Cultural Center


The Scottsboro Boys Museum is located in the 133 year old Joyce Chapel Methodist Church in Scottsboro. Many artifacts and documents are displayed that substantiate the facts that this trial of the early 30's was the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement as we know it today in America. Throughout each year many activities and programs are held here that provide education and cultural entertainment for the preservation of this historical information. Many law schools consider this trial as one of "The Greatest Trials in World History". Visit us on facebook at www.facebook.com/sbmuseum or call 256-912-0471 or 256-609-4202 for more information. Tickets are $10 per person - Kids 5 & under are FREE Hours of Operation for October - December 2020: 2nd & 3rd Friday and Saturday's October 9th & 10th 10AM - 2PM October 16th & 17th 10AM - 2PM November 13th & 14th 10AM-2PM November 20th & 21st 10AM - 2PM December 11th & 12th 10AM-2PM December 18th & 19th 10AM-2PM The museum plans to open to the public for the first time since March 2020, following state regulated COVID-19 guidelines.

  • Alabama Civil Rights Trail
  • US Civil Rights Trail
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Scottsboro Boys Museum & Cultural Center

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  • 428 West Willow Street
  • Scottsboro, AL 35768


Scottsboro is located in the Lake Guntersville Area Area of the North Alabama Region


Tickets are $10 per person - Kids 5 & under are FREE

Hours of Operation

2nd and 3rd Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

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