Alabama Constitution Village


Alabama became the 22nd state admitted to the Union on December 14, 1819. This living history museum features costumed guides who lead visitors on a tour of a working village. A cabinetmaker's shop, print shop, confectionary shop, library and post office are all featured. More than eight carefully reconstructed buildings of the 1800's depict early lifestyles in Alabama, including that of African-American settlers. It also commemorates the place where the 1819 Constitutional Convention was held.

Wheelchair Accessible

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Alabama Constitution Village
109 Gates Ave.
Huntsville, AL 35801
Hours of Operation
  • Open Mar.-Oct. Weds-Sat. 9-3, Nov.-Dec. hrs. adjusted for Santa's Village; Coffee Shop and Gifts open M-Sat. 9-4
  • Not provided
Accepted Payments
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Military
  • Senior

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