To preserve, interpret and present Central Alabama's
architecture, history and Culture
For over 50 years, Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery, a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization has led the historic preservation movement in our community...
Haunting of Old Alabama Town
October 28 and 29th
Landmarks welcomes you to Old Alabama Town for an evening of tours and stories told by our residents. Hear the spooky, the sad, and the humorous tales of Old Alabama Town.
Gates open at 5:30pm and the first tour begins at 6:00pm with others following 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30. Tours are limited, so purchase your tickets now.
Tickets can be purchased below.
Old Alabama Town
The museum is open for self-guided tours on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Tickets can be purchased at Lucas Tavern, 310 N. Hull Street. The last ticket is sold at 2:30pm to allow for sufficient tour time.
Guided tours of the Ordeman Complex are offered Thurs-Sat. at 11 am and 1pm. Meet your guide at Lucus Tavern.
Limited parking is available along North Hull St. with additional parking at the 217 Columbia Ave Parking Lot.
Monday - Wednesday
Thursday - Saturday
10:00am – 03:00pm
The Landmarks Foundation Presents:
Cultural Crossroads 2021: Reconstruction and its Legacies in Alabama
Join the Landmarks Foundation this year for its annual history symposium. Over the course of the Spring 2021, we'll host historians from around the state on a digital platform in a wide ranging discussion about Reconstruction in Alabama. The symposium addresses many topics specific to this formative, but little discussed period in our State's history
Pay attention to our social media and our events page for timing and access to these conversations. A special thanks goes to the Alabama Humanities Foundation for making this year's symposium happen.
Follow the link below to the recorded sessions on the Landmarks YouTube page.
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