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|Summer operating schedule:
Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm; Sun 1-5pm. Last admission is at 4:30pm daily.
Museums open Mondays, now through Labor Day, 2015.
MUSEUM DRIVE GATE LOCKS DAILY AT 5:30PM
Travel to Cuba with the Museum! Click for details …
|Berman Alliance Presents the annual
Sat, July 25–Sat, August 1,
regular Museum hours
Berman Museum Lobby and Auditorium
Preview Party (Members and Vendors Only) Friday evening, July 24, 6–7:30pm; RSVP;
Not a Member? Join today:256-237-6766 x 309.
|Stand Up Alabama: The Voting Right Act of 1965
Remembering the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act
presented by Laura Anderson, Birmingham Civil Rights Institution archivist
Thursday, August 6, 10:30am light refreshments, 11am presentation
Free to attend, but pre-registration required
|Call for participation: Berman Museum is interested in creating a temporary display to exhibit during the month of August, which will feature items historically relevant to the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. Do you have any letters, photographs, or other memorabilia that relates to the 1965 Voting Rights Act or to the March? Do you have an oral history account that you would like to share with us? Please contact Berman Museum at 256-237-6261 to share your history with us!|
|Book a self-guided tour of the Museum for your group of 10 or
more and save money! Self-guided group tours are only
$4/person when booked in advance through our Programs
Department. Or why not make it a $7/person unguided "combo
visit," including Berman Museum, next door ($4/person unguided
at Anniston Museum and $3/person unguided at Berman Museum.)
What a great package deal! More info on tours here ...
Berman Museum of World History is proud to partner with
Shotgun Sports Supply Company in presenting
Berman Museum Gun of the Month
This month's featured weapon:
Two handheld blunderbusses from the late 18th Century. These weapons have
flintlock mechanisms and could be packed with lead, rocks, nails, or any other debris yielding them as formidable short-range weapons.