Hank Williams Museum
118 Commerce Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
9:00am - 4:30pm
10:00am - 4:00pm
1:00pm - 4:00pm
$10.00 - Ages 15 & UP
$3.00 - Ages 3 - 14
We offer group rates upon request AAA and Military Discounts
"Hank was my friend. That voice, at 15 years old, was strong as a grown man's, and you could understand every word."
- Braxton Schuffert... January 22, 1916-April 26, 2013
A SALUTE TO HANK WILLIAMS CD...I just wanted to write and personally thank each and every one of you that has contributed to this project, it's something I've wanted to put together for a long time and thanks to you guys it's finally going to happen and best of all, all the money made from the sale of this album will go directly to the Hank Williams Museum. I have a bunch of really talented folks working with me on putting this record together over the next week and I hope all of you will enjoy the final product once it's available!
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Wishing our friends of the Hank Williams Museum a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you will enjoy the company of your loved ones and friends. The Museum will be closed Thursday, with special hours on Fri & Sat, Nov. 29th & 30th...10 AM-2 PM
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year Hours:
Nov. 28th (Thurs) Closed for Thanksgiving Day
Nov 29th (Fri) Open 10 am - 2 pm
Nov 30th (Sat) Open 10 am - 2 pm
Dec. 24th (Tues) Closed Christmas Eve
Dec 25th (Wed) Closed Christmas Day
Dec 31st (Tues) Open 10 am - 2 pm
Jan. 1st (Wed) Open 10 am - 2 pm
Wreath laying at Oakwood Cemetery Annex-10am for Hank's 61st Memorial of his death. Following the service we will present to you live music and black-eyed peas until 1pm.
NESTLED IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MONTGOMERY, THE HANK WILLIAMS MUSEUM IS ONE OF THE TOP TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
*Experience the history of the first Country Music superstar and see how Hank Williams transformed country music and sowed the seeds of what was to become American Music, Blues, Rockabilly and even Rock and Roll.
*Six decades after his death, Hank Williams is one of the most powerful iconic figures in American Music.
*Fans come by the thousands each year to his grave site and the Museum that honors him.
*Hank was taught by a black street musician to play the blues. “Tee Tot” as he was known is also buried here in Montgomery.
*People from all walks of life who had been influenced by Hank's music packed the Montgomery City Auditorium to bid farewell on January 4, 1953.
*There is hardly a person that has listened to Hank's songs that doesn't feel the magic of his words.