Hank Williams Boyhood Home And Museum

In the friendly little town of Georgiana, Alabama

One of the most historic and memorable homes in the Deep South. Situated in downtown, Georgiana at 127 Rose St., next to the railroad tracks. This was Hank Sr’s. home during the 1930s. It is recognized by the State of Alabama as a Historic Site…….Come see…..Come experience……..Come and Relive………..the atmosphere associated with Hank’s Boyhood. The entire home is filled with memorabilia from Hank’s boyhood and career. We guarantee you’ll go away with a lot of warm fuzzy feelings, after walking where Hank walked and listening to the same lonesome train whistles as Hank did.

Hank’s Boyhood Home and Museum is open from Wednesday-Saturday, 10 am-4 pm. Tour busses are welcome. For additional information, please call 334-376-2396, or e-mail: hodges@race500.com

Museum Hosts, Marie , Leina, and Tracy will be glad to show you through Hank’s Boyhood Home….No lines, no waiting.

The home, museum and park is owned by the City of Georgiana. When planning your visit, please allow yourself time to drive around and enjoy the people and city of Georgiana.

DIRECTIONS TO THE HOME AND MUSEUM: From I-65, take Exit 114 and travel east one mile to the highway signs.