6000 sq ft and over 35 showcases in 8 rooms. Exhibits include the 1952 baby blue Cadillac, 17 stage suits, custom boots, tie collection, awards, furniture, portraits, rare film footage and much more. Hours: M-F 9-4:30, Sat 10-4, Sun 1-4, admission charged.Our Montgomery trip planner makes visiting Hank Williams Statue and other Montgomery attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Over the years I have become a Hank Williams fan. He wrote some classics, and his bawling calf yodeling style will never be copied. Am honored to get a picture of me with his statue. more »
This area reminds me a lot of Nashville. The statue is great and you can get parking if lucky. If you can't I suggest having someone drop you off quickly to get pics and circle around to pick you... more »
I guess if you're a massive Hank Williams fan this would be really exciting. Other wise it's a statue in a nice part of town.
I loved being able to park my bike nearby and walk around the riverfront.
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