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Old Alabama Town

301 Columbus Street

To preserve, interpret and present Central Alabama's architecture, history and culture. 


With the purchase of the Ordeman House in 1967, the Landmarks Foundation and City of Montgomery cemented a unique partnership that has resulted in the restoration and interpretation of over 50 authentically restored 19th and early 20th century structures stretching along six blocks in downtown historic Montgomery.

Since opening to the public in 1971, the Ordeman House has become the nucleus around which Landmarks' Old Alabama Town has grown. Through this historic village, guests are able to view authentically restored and furnished buildings reflecting the lives of the people who built Central Alabama.


GKidz TV

Friday, May 4, 2018
Very interesting place. The actors/actresses are on point in their roles. Got to see lots of old things used way back when, and how they were used. Great place!

Mellisa Blackston

Monday, March 19, 2018
Wonderful tour guide Bill . Very fast paced children didn't have time to get bored. I enjoyed the day. Was not to hard on this Maw maw all the climbing. Loved the old homes especially the school and Master

Patty Frazier

Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018
I took my son and my three grandchildren. They had fun with lots of things to choose to do. Met some friends. We played outside we never went inside. There were a few people I seen go in and come out. (?)

Tasha Mcclellan

Tuesday, May 8, 2018
It was great! I went to it with a field trip. The only problum is that it is very hot during the summer.

Rhonda Kaufmann

Monday, April 9, 2018
Along as chaperone for my 6th grader's field trip. Very enjoyable and educational. Make sure to visit the school house as the school master is an excellent role player!!

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