The Cullman County Museum tells about Cullman’s German heritage and its founder, Colonel John G. Cullmann, through interesting exhibits and artifacts. Housed in a replica of his home, the museum is filled with items spanning two centuries. In addition to exhibits and artifacts reflecting the town's German heritage, the museum offers an impressive collection reflecting its Native American heritage, items common in earlier pioneer life, Civil War artifacts, and much more.
Latitude: 34.179574 Longitude: -86.843314 Elevation: 810 ft
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Traveling around America and seeing the beauty and history of this great nation.
Mentone Inn B & B. The hospitality of this small mountain town is great. The innkeeper is so nice and the inn is within walking distance of the Wildflower Cafe for dinner. Historic Inn only a short drive from two beautiful waterfalls and numerous overlooks. Oh! Not to mention the superb breakfast you will be served.
Following a back road or highway instead of the interstate.This will allow you to see so much of an area that you would not normally see otherwise.
Hours OpenMonday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. / Sunday 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. (Closed Saturdays and most major holidays.) Begining 1-1-19 the museum will be closed on Sundays and will be open on Saturdays 10-2 pm.
Elaine Fuller - Cullman County Museum
211 2nd Avenue NE
Cullman, AL 35055 US