Hank Williams Museum
118 Commerce Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
9 am - 6 pm (June 1-Aug 31)
9 am-4:30pm (Sept-May)
10:00am - 4:00pm
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Call for holiday schedule such as MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY
ALWAYS CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY, JULY 4th, THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY (DEC 24, 25)
ALWAYS OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY UNTIL 1:00 PM
$10.00 - Ages 15 & UP
$3.00 - Ages 3 - 14
We offer group rates upon request AAA and Military Discounts
Welcome to the Hank Williams Museum!
Hiram "Hank" Williams career began at the age of 14 by winning a talent show at the Empire Theater in Montgomery Alabama in 1937 with his original tune WPA BLUES, the rest is musical history.
Come and visit the place where the man who left his mark on the Musical world, will inevitably leave his mark on you.
The Museum houses Hank's 1952 Baby Blue Cadillac in which he made his final journey, along with suits, boots, hats, ties, awards, furniture, horse saddle, portraits, records, albums and more.
A life size statue of Hank is located in Lister Hill park in Downtown Montgomery, just across from the City Auditorium where Hank's funeral service was held.
"First to Last", Hank's first professional debut was in Montgomery and his final public performance was here also. "He attended a musicians’ union meeting", Beth Petty from the museum explains. This was on Dec. 28, 1952, at the Elite (pronounced E-light) Cafe, which was on Montgomery Street.