Snowy Range Pass

Snowy Range Pass

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Old Town Alabama

Old Town Alabama is located in the downtown area of Montgomery and  is a collection of restored 19th and 20th century building from  central Alabama that provide a visual history of how city, rural, rich and poor lived during these periods.  It is mostly a self guided tour with information for each of the structures and the era depicted.   The structures are divided into two sections-living and work.


 Wealthy townhome with slave quarters and garden 

Early 19th century tavern


1850's common rural home called dogtrot

Grange hall

small rural town homes

1890's rural doctor's office

19th century shotgun home

Family farm

country store

country church



Ruth said...

Looks like a fun place to spend part of a day. I like seeing homes of people that lived so many years ago. We just finished seeing something similar in Bucharest that showed homes of people back around the same time period up to a few that were newer, say in the 1920's -40's. It's really an eye opener.

Jim and Sandie said...

What a great tour. Amazing to see how folks used to live. And we live in an RV. Wonder what people will think of us in another 50 years.

Nickie and Jim said...

Agreed, it looks like a great tour. We really enjoy these kind of museums. Haven't spent any time in Montgomery, but I think a nice cool day touring around is in our future! Thanks for the post.

Paul and Marsha Weaver OCT. 17, 2009 said...

Egads. We missed this entire area. Thanks for all the photos and wonderful tour. Looks like a fun-filled day of exploring.

JO said...

Just love these little old towns and seeing how people used to live.

Wanderin' said...

There are so many beautiful little towns with so much history. I wish we could see them all! This one looked like a gem.

Paul and Marti Dahl said...

Quite a find! Nice tour of the place. :c)