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Fantastic! Such a trip through the history of music celebrating those with an Alabama connection! If you are near this area or just driving through it is worth a stop! Only a 10$ per person fee for adults and there is even a recording studio...More
My wife and I were on a motorcycle trip and a coming storm caused us to stay at the hotel across the street. It was early enough so we took in the museum. We were pleasantly surprised. The person at the desk was charming and...More
Our group of five visited here for the first time and were all suitably impressed with the facility and exhibits - we had no idea there were so many famous and talented musicians from Alabama. The costumes, instruments and other pieces went back many years...More
This is a great little place to visit. The history of Alabama music roots is great to learn. I am glad we got the chance to see this. I do believe the cost is $10.00 per person not $6.00 like the website shows.
We went there on a Saturday morning, only a few cars there, I wasn't expecting much, but when I got inside, It was amazing, gave a lot of information about all Alabama musicians, that I never knew came from Al. This place was like the...More
Hi, of course it depends on your level of interest and how you like to see museums. I would say half an hour to an hour, unless you are going to read everything in the displays, or watch the whole documentary video like we... More
Hi, of course it depends on your level of interest and how you like to see museums. I would say half an hour to an hour, unless you are going to read everything in the displays, or watch the whole documentary video like we did (which is almost 2 hours long!) We did not expect to sit and watch the whole thing (in the lobby) but found it so fascinating that we did so. You might be able to watch it before your trip to give you the context. It's called "Muscle Shoals: The Incredible True Story of a Small Town with A Big Sound" (2013). There is also an option to make your own recording in the sound studio (for a fee) which would take more time (and more talent than we have). And a nice gift shop which would take extra time for folks who like to shop. Enjoy your trip!