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Alabama Constitution Hall Historic Park & Museum
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Alabama Constitution Village, a living history museum, marks the site where Alabama became the 22nd state admitted to the Union in 1819. In the spring interpreters quilt and weave baskets, craft furniture, churn butter and make lye soap. In the summer the men and women also weed and hoe the garden and pick vegetables to “put up” preserves. During the colder months they dip candles and prepare the garden
- 100% Smoke-Free:
Hours of Operation
- Closed: Grounds open daily. Museum closed Mon/Sat and throughout Jan/Feb
- Hours: Grounds open daily for public enjoyment. Tours Tue - Sat 10 AM - 3 PM.
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- Paved/wheelchair-friendly outdoor pathways:
- Van Accessible Parking Spaces:
- Description A replica of the workshop where Alabama’s Constitution was signed in 1819, Constitution Hall provides a rich historic backdrop for your event. Outdoor space in Liberty Field is included. Lantern tours of the museum buildings and grounds are available for an additional fee.
- Largest Room 1320
- Total Sq. Ft. 1320
- Reception Capacity 125
- Number of Rooms 1