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American Village Citizenship Trust

3727 Highway 119
205-665-3535

Mission:

Founded in 1995, the American Village serves the Nation as an educational institution whose mission is to strengthen and renew the foundations of American liberty and self-government by engaging and inspiring citizens, leaders and stewards.


Our Goals:

mission: TeachingTeaching Youth America’s Legacy of Liberty

The American Village builds good citizens on the cornerstone of liberty.

The American Village is a nationally-pioneering classroom and American history and civics education center that engages and inspires 35,000-40,000 students annually from Alabama and Southeastern states in experience-based academic programs related to American history, civics and government.

Students “step into history” and discover the power and drama of America’s journey for independence, liberty, and self-government.

The American Village is embarked on a journey to expand the number of students served on-campus to 100,000 each year, drawing school and youth groups from throughout the Nation.

On the cornerstone of liberty, the American Village educates and inspires young people to:

    * Know America’s history — the stories of our country’s legacy of liberty and those in every generation who have secured it
    * Cherish the ideals of liberty — the founding principles on which our Nation, the Constitution, institutions of American self-government, and our civic responsibilities are based
    * Serve our country as good citizens and leaders — all as stewards of liberty

Featuring reconstructed colonial era buildings and costumed historical interpreters, this park commemorates the history of the nation’s beginnings. The 113-acre attraction includes the Washington Hall, patterned after George Washington’s Mount Vernon, a colonial courthouse and the President’s Oval Office. The village is located about 15 miles south of Birmingham in Montevallo



Reviews

Cheryl King

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Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018
HOLLAND called they are jealous! I can not keep from showing everyone I know the pictures of our trip the The Festival of Tulips. 5 acres of absolute beauty. 100,000 blooming tulips just waiting to lift your spirit and welcome Spring. And we got to bring some home and plant them in our yard. It was an utter delight. If you live in this state....you are missing a true jewel if you miss this experience. We will return every year for this soul lifting wonderful time. Thank you.

Courtney Ray

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Saturday, May 26, 2018
The tulip festival was amazing! We went towards the end, but thankfully their were plenty still left! It is wonderful and you will be sad if you miss it!

Kara Hodges

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Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017
Great history field trip for the family. The kids really enjoyed joining the Continental Army and the Oval Office replica was cool to see. As a family not in a tour group it would have been nice if there were more informational signage. I would really suggest this for anyone interested in history!

Ewok

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Thursday, July 5, 2018
I went to The American Village on July 4th, and I loved it! Awesome day there!!!

Luisa Reyes

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Monday, Feb. 19, 2018
Given that this colonial era reproduction is out in the middle of nowhere, the main thing they have to offer people is a pleasant experience. Something which they progressively seem opposed to doing. Their Patrick Henry impersonator is incredible, congenial, and flat out stellar. The rest of the staff is rude, mean, and hostile. The noncostumed staff seem to have power trips and take pleasure in insulting people. Mamy folks have had to complain at their ill treatment. I've been going to their Fourth of July celebration almost since it began. But, there seems to be a negative corrolation with the more elegant a locale it becomes, the more hostile they turn on the people. Ironically, the village celebrates American Independence, but the staff acts like Tories. I've been to the actual Liberty Bell, to see Mount Vernon, and visited Colonial Williamsburg. In all of those places my experiences were far pleasanter than at the American Village.

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