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Holiday Hours


Bring your visiting relatives out to Old Alabama Town this holiday season!

Our hours:
Open until noon on Christmas Eve
Closed Christmas
Open December 26th & 27th,
9am to 4pm

Open all day New Years Eve
Closed New Years Day

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Upcoming Events

Cider Saturdays
Hot Apple Cider in the Tavern
Saturdays this Fall
9am to 4pm
$10 Adults, $5 Children
Buy tickets at 301 Columbus St. 

Sundowners Series
January 20th @ 5:30pm

Cultural Crossroads
February 14th
"The Rivers in Becoming Alabama"
Registration opens soon

Slow Flow Yoga
Tuesdays @ 11:30 & 12:30 noon
Thursdays @ 11:30, 12:30, and 5:00pm
$12 per class / $50 for 5 classes
Lucas Tavern 310 N. Hull St.
For more info: 334-207-0909 or
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Jam Sessions
2nd & 4th Saturdays, 9am to Noon

Holiday Open House

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OAT Holiday Open House

Thursday, December 4th

4:00 to 7:30pm

310 N. Hull Street
Free Admission!


It's almost time for the Old Alabama Town Holiday Open House! Take home a photo with Father Christmas, enjoy live Holiday music featuring a bell choir, men's quartet & more, visit our craft station where children can make traditional pioneer crafts, enjoy storytelling and chat with costumed villagers, and of course we'll have cookies and hot cider all night long! We have so many delightful things that we're extending our Open House thirty minutes this year, followed by Karren Pell's Holiday Revue in the Old Church at 7:30! 



Homeplace by Michael Ford



On exhibit now - Michael Ford's Homeplace: Mississippi in the 1970s

"I was either lucky or blessed to be in North Mississippi at a time of profound change. The agrarian world of Faulkner was disappearing, but it could still be found in special places. The subjects of these photographs were strong, enduring people."



Come see these incredible photos in the Loeb Reception Center of Old Alabama Town, 301 Columbus St. We're open Mon-Sat 9 to 4. No charge to come in and see the exhibit!


Rescued Relics


Rescued Relics, a Do-It-Yourselfer's dream! Find all kinds of historic architectural elements, from mantels to sinks to doors! Open Tuesday through Thursday 10am to noon. 423 Madison Ave.
Love Rescued Relics? Become a volunteer and get first pick!

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