Check out upcoming events! Contact the museum for more information at (334)-566-3597.
Spring Planting May 7 and May 8
Spring Plantin' is a celebration of new beginnings and old ways. Enjoy the Museum's grounds as they come to life with plants and people. The annual Spring Festival highlights agriculture, planting, historical trades and good, old-fashoned fun.
Admission is $10.00 with museum members and children under 5 free.
Thunder on the Three Notch June 11 and June 12
Two days of reenactment of the "CRITICAL ACTIONS OF THE CREEK WAR OF 1836-1837". Check this link Home - THUNDER ON THE THREE NOTCH (creekwar1836.com) for more detailed information and to enter your email for event updates.
Pioneer Days October 8 and October 9
The grounds come alive at the Pioneer Museum with craftsmen demonstrating rope making, woodworking, spinning, jewelry making, Dutch oven cooking and so much more.
Admission is $12.00 with museum members and children under 5 free.
Ole Time Christmas December 10 and December 11
Come enjoy the annual Christmas celebration at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama in Troy, Alabama from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. This tradition-filled event will feature colorful decorations, holiday treats, storytelling, ornament making, Christmas music, Santa Claus and lots of holiday fun. Bring all of the family to make lasting memories.
If you're planning your fieldtrip to PMOA, please be mindful that all Hands on History programs are docent-led and subject to volunteer availability. Call (334)-566-3597 or email at email@example.com for a
March 18, 2021 to November 6, 2021
November 5, 2020 to March 13, 2021
Thanksgiving week Nov 22-27, Christmas and New Year weeks Dec 20-January 1
Pioneer Museum of Alabama
248 Highway 231 N
Troy, AL 36081
Phone: (334) 566-3597
Military Discount Available.
Discounts do not apply for Pioneer Days, Ole Time Christmas, and Spring Plantin'.
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The main building of the museum is divided into several sections.
The entrance opens into the Gift Shop.
The West Wing houses collections including Lifestyles, Textiles, Sewing and Quilting.
The South Wing houses a Pioneer Kitchen, a Native American exhibit, a military exhibit featuring the Civil War, Spanish American War and World War One, a Printing exhibit, and farming exhibits.
The Agricultural and Transportation Wing houses exhibits including Blacksmithing, Logging, Construction, Cotton and Farming, and a collection of Carriages and Wagons.
The Main Street area features shops and businesses of downtown Troy, Alabama circa 1900. The magnificent Larry Godwin mural depicts the old Troy Depot and The Hotel Troy while highlighting the horse drawn wagon and railway travel of the era.