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I was in downtown Opelika and had some time to kill so I decided to check out the museum. It was a decision that made my day. I loved the old photographs and information throughout the museum. I found out a few things that I...More
We love this museum. The exhibits are sometimes not our style but we keep checking. The musical programs are the finest and the setting and choice of musicians, the best. The pond with sidewalk around it is a peaceful place to take a break. Thanks...More
This is a small museum with items of local interest. If you enjoy antique items or a view into local history, this museum would be worth a visit. The whole museum might take you a half hour to an hour to go through if you're...More
We went to the Museum during an open evening in Opelika. There are a few things of interest to look at, but I found myself glad I had not paid an entry fee. Opelika boasts beautiful buildings, a town centered around a rail round, and...More
Absolutely loved it here. The owner of the museum i think he was, An old men was very kind and generous. His son was very helpful too. He gave us a tour and some gift cards. The History of alabama is actually very colorful.
This small museum in downtown Opelika is not big but well worth the visit...two hours at the most to cover it all. Two Medal of Honor winners from Opelika are highlighted along with several historical pieces of the local paper mills. And, it's right downtown,...More
I appreciate the sections the museum has dedicated to the "home grown" industry such as Diversified Products and Ampex.
Ampex has a special place in my life due to the fact my mom worked there in the early days when it was Orr Radio. John...More