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Since opening its doors in 1995, The MOOseum has been the premier venue for children and adults alike to learn more about Alabama's beef cattle industry. Whether you're a history buff looking to explore the timeline of the past or a parent who wants...more
Stopped by the MOOseum because I like quirky little museums and this fit the bill. The museum is located inside the building for the Alabama Cattleman's Assc. There are three rooms, a video and some history of the industry in the state. If you know...More
This is a small and free attraction and me and my husband had great fun here! The strange computer man told us all about the history of cattle and beef production in Alabama and then we played on the saddles and in the little kitchen....More
This is a great place if you have small children. I had read it was $5 but we're told its free when we got there. It has kind of a creepy hologram face giving a little information about what is made from the cows. Then...More
The hologram guy that does the video is creepy but funny creepy. It gives you some information about what else cattle is used for some things I had no idea. Then they have a little area for kids to play, good for smaller kids up...More
Thought this would be a good placfe to take the kids on a hot or rainy day, but it really is just a bunch of information about the cattle industry in Alabama. Needs more work to make it more interactive and interesting to keep the...More
We recently visited Montgomery and were looking for something to do with our 4 year old grandson, when I wife learned about The Mooseum. I wasn't sure what to expect, but it was actually very entertaining and not just for our grandson. I thought it...More
Took our 6-year-old granddaughter here on a visit to Montgomery. Sponsored by the Alabama Cattlemen's Association, it is a free educational center near the State Capitol. Apparently, mostly school groups go there, because we went on Columbus Day, and it was empty. But great fun...More
The bulk of the Mooseum is just like a typical museum: videos, exhibits, pieces of memorabilia... most kids won't really find that engaging. But the back half is entirely devoted to play! There's a play kitchen with aprons and chefs hats; rodeo gear and saddles;...More
Response from The_MOOseum | Property representative |
You do not need to request a tour for a small family but if you would like to come when we do not have a large group touring you are welcome to call ahead. We are open Monday thru Friday 8am to 4:30pm. We close daily from... More
You do not need to request a tour for a small family but if you would like to come when we do not have a large group touring you are welcome to call ahead. We are open Monday thru Friday 8am to 4:30pm. We close daily from 12pm to 1pm for lunch. Hope to see you there!