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Tuscaloosa - Paul W. Bryant Museum

300 Paul West Bryant Drive


The mission of the Paul W. Bryant Museum is to collect, preserve and exhibit items, and to disseminate information relating to the sports history of the University of Alabama.


Educating and inspiring a universal audience about the significant contributions and accomplishments of University of Alabama collegiate athletes.

Fostering a sense of history, tradition and excellence; allowing visitors to place past events in clear perspective.

Serving as a leading resource to other sports museums, The University of Alabama, its alumni, fans, supporters and other organizations by preserving and interpreting the history of collegiate sports.


Jason Zacher

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Awesome museum exhibiting everything Alabama football. Everyone is so friendly there and helpful. I visited on my hike down most of the entire East Coast. Alabama was my 10th college football game in 10 weeks on the trip. The museum is an awesome value as admission is only $2. It has everything from championship trophies and rings Two interactive displays and I love the amazing old trophies. There is even an awesome display of the office of Bear Bryant. The gift shop was very well priced as well. I look forward to coming back in September.

J Oakes

Thursday, March 8, 2018
Loved it!!! Visiting here was one of this particular Bama fan's (many) dreams come true!!!

BK Will

Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017
"FAN"tastic place to visit. The storied history of Alabama Crimson Tide football. From the first team to the first National Championship to the first legendary COACH (Bryant) to the new legendary COACH (Saban) and all the players, coaches and winning along the way.

Michael Neal

Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017
Great place to visit to learn about the great and long history of the University of Alabama football program. It only cost a couple dollars to look at the museum.

Jeff Neely

Friday, Jan. 19, 2018
Whether a Bear Bryant fan, Alabama fan or just a college football fan, have to visit the Bryant Museum. Awesome!!!

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