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2050 Old Hwy 157
Cullman, AL 35057
Phone: (256) 734-6166
Fax: (256) 734-8995
Arts & Museums
The Cullman County Museum is located in downtown Cullman, Alabama. It is a historical museum that was opened in 1973 and has a collection of articles of Col. John G. Cullmann who was the founder of the city. The items and articles depict the life of Native American and German settlers.
The collection began 64 years ago and includes thousands of rare and unique items, some from the Smithsonian Institute. Of particular interest are the 97 rare pieces of Dresden porcelain, fine antique glassware, and antique furniture. The owners honor their World Champion horse, Ebony's Leading Lady, with one of the world's largest horse statue collections.
Civil War and history buffs will enjoy this museum and the numerous authentic civil war items on display, as well as novelty items for sale.
Spread over 83 acres (33 hectares) of land, the Oakville Indian Mounds Park and Museum treasures the remains of the Native American hunting grounds. This educational park is replete with beautiful flora, fauna, waterfalls, and caves, as well as a fishing pier. It is featured on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a must visit.