Hank Williams Museum and Boyhood Home is an 1850’s house that depicts the early life history of the Nashville artist Hank Williams. During 1930, when Hank’s father was admitted to hospital and his mother desperately needed a house as their old house was burnt, this is where they started to live in. You will find that the Hank Williams Museum surroundings were very significant in forming the life of young Hank and inside the home, you will feel connected to the country star from his numerous memorabilia. The highlights of the museum are Hank’s street attire, his famous guitar, Drifting Cowboy Hat, the dish that he used, custom made curtains, personal belongings such as razor and eyeglasses, his autographs on various items, original posters, paper clippings, paintings, period pieces, and many more.
How to Reach Hank Williams Museum
- Rented Car / Taxi
Hank Williams Museum Reviews & Ratings
Great place to learn a lot about the singer. The house looks like it needs some maintenance so it doesn't get lost to time. I would like have like to see more items and different displays. Most of what they have are articles and pictures on the wall. Information on the actual house and layout would be nice. More about his time in the local area and information about the local towns he lived in.
If your are heading down I-65, on your way to the Beach, you have to stop by The Hank Williams museum. The museum is in Hank's childhood home in Georgiana, AL. Loaded with photos, documents, and other memorabilia. Must visit if you are a Country Music fan, or just looking for an interesting slice of history.
Very nice and special. Thanks to all who made visit possible. Enjoyed seeing everything
Very interesting and the lady running it can tell some good factual stories about Hank.
We stumbled on this adorable place by accident. The three ladies that ran the home of the Hank Williams Senior fan club were very knowledgeable and told us all about the upcoming music festival the first weekend every year in June! They showed us the boyhood home of Hank Williams Senior and told us the history of it. It’s a must-see on your way south towards the beach.